ORCHA app library’s highest scoring MSK app
getUBetter supports people across the entire care pathway, meeting the local needs of patients, clinicians and entire care systems. getUBetter gives people the knowledge, skills, and confidence to self-manage their condition, trust their recovery, and utilise healthcare resource appropriately.
Common MSK injuries and conditions account for up to 18% of GP appointments and cost the NHS £5bn per year. A growing number of people on waiting lists remain unsupported. As most MSK problems can be managed without specialist treatment, NICE, the NHS, and the Department of Health all recommend self-management support.
Women often report a lack of confidence to self-manage symptoms related to pelvic floor – a hidden condition that is commonly normalised and misunderstood. These issues can be improved with early evidence-based support.