Former Seahawk Doug Baldwin led Ventrk snaps $1M for its physical therapy tech platform

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Ventrk, a Bellevue, WA-based wellness and health company, has secured $1M in funding. The spherical was previously led by HBSI Capital. The corporation intends to use the budget to increase enlargement and expand operations.

Ventrk, led by CEO Doug 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, provides TheraCentric, a cutting-edge solution for physical therapists to ship house workout systems to their patients in order to maximise consumer engagement and standardise coaching. TheraCentric empowers customers to make decisions about their health and well-being by providing transformative knowledge.

Partnerships

The company which was founded by Jarid Adams, Sam Bender in 2019 has partnered with major hospitals in Washington and has begun introducing its therapy-platform app.

“We are actively revolutionizing the physical therapy recovery journey with TheraCentric. I am bullish on our mission because we have a proven product, a dedicated team, and a winning culture. Now, with the backing of the forward-thinking firm in HBSI, we have the resources to accelerate our effort in getting our platform in the hands of those who need it most,” says Doug Baldwin Jr., CEO.

With a focus on diverse leadership, HBSI Capital offers capital to businesses as well as management consulting.

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