PT Wired, a startup focusing on improvements in physical therapy through app updates and communications, has raised $30,000. And it wants more.

Founded by Vikram Sethuraman and Mahek Shah, the company launched in 2016.

According to an SEC filing, the firm secured $30,000 in debt from one investor.

PT Wire hopes to raise $100,000.

PT Wire describes itself as “a physical therapy software application that improves clinic profitability by engaging patients more effectively during the out-of-clinic rehab portion. Patients are able to log in to the app on their mobile device and are given reminders, instructional videos, notes, and incentives to complete their rehab routines. At the same time, PT Wired collects outcome data and uses EMR integration to auto-populate portions of documentation for physical therapists.”

An NC IDEA grant recipient, PT Wired participated in the CED Tech Venture Conference this week in Raleigh.

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