Hinge Health offers virtual physical therapy for back, joint, and muscle care and personalized digital pelvic health support.
Regular full-time employees and dependents ages 18 and older who are enrolled in an Intuit medical plan.
How it works
Back, joint, and muscle care
With the Hinge Health app, you can get treatment at no cost to you, when you need it, wherever you are.
Once you complete your application, you’ll have access to a personalized exercise physical therapy program and dedicated one-on-one support.
Hinge Health can help with:
- Conquering pain or limited movement
- Recovering from an injury
- Preparing for and recovering from surgery
- Staying healthy and pain free
Pelvic health support
Hinge Health’s Pelvic Health Program offers digital personalized pelvic support for your unique musculoskeletal needs through pelvic floor physical therapy. The program addresses all stages of life, including pregnancy, postpartum, and menopause.
Hinge can help you manage pelvic pain and common issues that women encounter from early adulthood to beyond menopause, including the following:
- Pelvic pain resulting from stress, injury, and conditions including endometriosis
- Pregnancy and postpartum urinary and bowel issues, and lower back, hip, and pelvic pain
- Bladder and bowel disorders
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Separated abdominal muscles
- Sexual dysfunction
Once you join Hinge, you’ll work with a specialized care team, including a pelvic floor physical therapist, a women’s health coach, and, if needed, a urogynecologist, to meet your goals. They’ll develop a personalized exercise plan for you, making any necessary changes over the course of your treatment.
How to enroll
To join Hinge Health, visit the website or call 855-902-2777.
How to get started
- Complete a short questionnaire and open your account. Once your account is approved, you can log in to the Hinge Health app.
- Log in to the Hinge Health app to start helpful exercises and hear from your care team.
- Schedule a private video visit with your personal physical therapist. They’ll learn more about you and incorporate that information into the design of your exercise plan.