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care is a progressive approach to patient education which transforms current paper handouts into interactive web-based patient support tools

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Healthcare Services
  • Location San Diego, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
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Company Summary

Computer Aided Rehabilitation Exercises (care™) is a progressive approach to patient education which aims to enhance retention of critical information associated with musculoskeletal injury in order to optimize patient compliance with protocol, rehabilitation outcomes, and satisfaction with care (as demonstrated in recent medical literature). care™ provides orthopaedic surgeons and chiropractors with innovative, customized multi-media solutions t


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    George Wilson

    George has been involved in healthcare since graduating from Boston University with his Masters in Physical Therapy in 2000. In addition to developing care™, George created Aushealth Physiotherapy, a multi-clinic structured outpatient physical therapy company located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia which he recently sold before relocating to New York with his family.

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    Dr. Patrick Wilkens

    Patrick has been a physical therapist for 11 years. After graduating with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Boston University, he worked for 3 years facilitating numerous doctoral level courses in their online program. Since then, Patrick has completed extensive graduate coursework towards his Masters in Public Health and currently directs a multidisciplinary pediatric rehabilitation unit in San Diego, CA.

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    Matt Renna
    Chief Financial Consultant

    Matt Renna is a Vice President and Healthcare Equity Investor with BlackRock Advisors. Mr. Renna is responsible for making healthcare investments for BlackRock's small and mid-cap growth funds, which collectively represent $4B in assets under management. In 2008, Mr. Renna was honored as a "Best Of The Street" healthcare analyst by the Wall Street Journal. Mr. Renna received a MBA from Boston College and a MS in Physical Therapy from Boston Unive