ProPhysio, which is a new-age startup company is now setting up high standards in the rehabilitation and Physiotherapy services has now secured an undisclosed amount of funding from the NestaVera Group of companies, according to too the report.
The company, as of now, has plans to use the funds to accelerate its growth further and build some of the new products and services. It will even explore the technology with the AI-driven solutions to treat some of the various health issues and reaching out a larger consumer demographic in the various locations across the PAN India at the clinic and extended care at home.
ProPhysio, which is a Bangalore based company founded in 2016, helps the patients with the physiotherapy needs, both at home and at company-owned clinics with the latest trends of physiotherapy treatments. The team of dedicated and expert physiotherapy at proPhysio brings in years of experience, rehabilitation, international expertise & in-depth research in Physical therapy.
The company has also tied up with the multiple hospitals in the Bangalore where they provided with the physiotherapy services.
Speaking about the investment, Manas Mehrotra, Managing Director of NestaVera Group, said, “Healthcare today should be beyond treating the symptoms, what we liked about ProPhysio is that the core team believes in holistic healing backed by robust technology. The ProPhysio brand has created a strong positioning of trust and credibility, and we are very excited to support them and play a small part in their journey. We believe there are immense potential health solutions focused on lifestyle; we want our investments to go beyond capital investments and also lead to a positive impact on society.”
“We aim to provide the most effective and efficient healthcare services at an affordable price so that everyone can access the best quality in healthcare. We have a transformational health and wellness plan, and we will use the capital investment to expand with flagship centers across the country and develop intelligence health wearables” added Ravindra.
This is the first-time investment of the ProPhysio which is growing at a rapid pace.
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