Telemedicine company 4D Health Science seeks to raise $2 million
Pinehurst, N.C. — 4D Health Science LLC, a telemedicine company, is seeking to raise $2 million in equity.
As of the Form D’s filing, one investor purchased $50,000 of the offering. The company expects the sale, which began Feb. 2, to last less than a year.
The private company did not disclose the intended use of the proceeds.
4D Health Science, run by Chief Executive Officer Kim Russell, incorporated in 2015. The company is made up of an entrepreneur, a medical equipment expert, a computer science professor and a physiotherapist.
The company’s single product, GoPhysio, is a real-time motion-capture system that allows physical therapists to interact with patients remotely.
The camera records patients completing prescribed physical therapy exercises, measures their progress and sends reports to a practitioner.
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