Augment Therapy CEO and Co-Founder, Lindsay Watson would see patients’ faces fall when she walked into the room because they associated her visits with painful physical therapy.
So, Watson and her collaborators developed software that uses augmented reality to make physical therapy into a game, that’s fun. It was designed first, for children and then for adults. The company recently landed $1 million in funding from CareSource, the managed health care company based in Dayton, Ohio. To date, Augment Therapy has raised more than $4 million to develop software to enhance rehabilitative health care.
The Cleveland Business Journal talked with Watson about why and how she developed software to help patients — starting with children — do their physical therapy.
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