Physitrack has developed the latest innovation in home exercise programming, designed to help patients following a home exercise rehabilitation program in consultation with clinicians such as physiotherapists, chiropractors, and OH&S professionals. Accessed via a smartphone, tablet or computer in real time, Physitrack features a video library of over 600 exercises in high definition, which healthcare providers use to build specific home exercise programs tailored to individual patient needs. Programs such as this can improve patient adherence, which in turn leads to better clinical outcomes.
The capital raising strengthens Physitrack’s financial base and supports the expansion of the business into Asia-Pacific, the UK and the United States.
Nathan Skwortsow, founder and Chief Technology Officer of Physitrack said: "We are very proud of the confidence the investment community has in our company and technology. With this additional funding, we can expand the availability of our rehabilitation platform globally and further strengthen our current position in the United States via telemedicine providers VSPN. In the US, more than 100 clinics are using Physitrack, including the Osteoarthritic Centers of America.”
Physitrack offers physiotherapists, chiropractors, occupational health and safety professionals and pharmaceutical companies tools for home exercise provision. Physitrack provides patients with a user-friendly platform to make the rehabilitation process clear and transparent and promote recovery. Physitrack was founded by Nathan Skwortsow, well-known founder of Dutch websites Kamernet.nl and Lexa.nl. Physitrack is currently available in Australia, the Netherlands and in the United States via telemedicine providers VSPN.