The Australian Physiotherapy Association says a lack of funds is preventing arthritis sufferers in the country — whose treatment costs $23.9 billion every year — from being treated with digital health options which have been found to be effective.
Australian company Hills, maker of the iconic Hills clothes hoist, is collaborating with researchers and designers at the University of South Australia to design, develop and commercialise a new nurse handset for aged care residents living with arthritis.
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