Reflexion Health Names Sudipto Sur, Ph.D., as New Chief Technology Officer

Reflexion Health, a digital healthcare company, today announced the appointment of Sudipto Sur, Ph.D. to chief technology officer, effective January 3, 2017.  Reporting to Reflexion Health CEO Joseph (Joe) Smith, Dr. Sur will lead Reflexion Health’s technology organization and will champion the next phase of the company’s innovation and growth. 

New Study to Evaluate Virtual Rehabilitation Platform for Physical Therapy after Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Reflexion Health Inc., a digital healthcare company, in conjunction with the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI), announced the enrollment of the first patients in Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation In-home Therapy: A Research Study (VERITAS), which is designed to evaluate the cost and outcomes of using a virtual rehabilitation platform to deliver physical therapy following total knee replacement (TKR) surgery.

Reflexion Health Announces New Software Release for VERA™

SAN DIEGO - [November 7, 2016] - Reflexion Health, a digital healthcare company dedicated to transforming traditional medicine, today announced general availability of the latest software release for its virtual exercise rehabilitation assistant, VERA™. Available immediately, this release enhances VERA by delivering increased clinical efficiency and improved patient experience during physical therapy.

Reflexion Health Expands Stand Tall Program with Open House at Brooks Rehabilitation

According to the CDC, over 2.8 million older adults are treated in emergency rooms annually for fall-related injuries. With 20 to 30 percent of those individuals suffering severe injuries, it's more important than ever to help prevent falls. Brooks Rehabilitation, an expert in providing medical rehabilitation services, understands this critical need and is leading the way by expanding its "Stand Tall" fall prevention program.

Reflexion Health Helps Seniors Stand Tall with Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant VERA™

Reflexion Health today announced the successful outcome of a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Injury Prevention and Control 1 to validate a new program called “Stand Tall.” This program leverages 3-D sensor technologies to help seniors improve their balance, thus decreasing their risk of falling. SBIR grants are highly competitive and are intended to stimulate technological exploration and commercialization in small businesses.