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MobiHealthNews

MobiHealthNews

The platform uses cloud-based software to connect the therapist to a patient via an in-built video call tool to make examinations and build a treatment plan.

ECHAlliance

ECHAlliance

The solution moves the whole rehab process in digital, from patient examination to progress monitoring. Raccoon.Recovery’s uniqueness is integrated video games in the rehab course that help patients to forget about the pain and recover faster.

Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur

After COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic, visits to clinics became more complicated and Raccoon.World became an even more favourable offer, allowing many patients and physicians to communicate with each other and continue the effective course.

MamBiznes.pl

MamBiznes.pl

After the lockdown, we implemented a version in which each patient can use their own smartphone instead of the therapeutic sensor. This allows us to meet the exciting demand for telerehabilitation of centers and patients, gathering data for AI, and generating income when equipment cannot be shipped. In addition to the repetition video lessons, Raccoon.Recovery provides the ability to play video games with the movements necessary for rehabilitation.

pt Zeitschrift für Physiotherapeuten

pt Zeitschrift für Physiotherapeuten

Expert article by Toni Muffel: At the end of the day, COVID-19 showed that we were not ready to digitalize physiotherapy. Moreover, the majority of rehab professionals could think about video calls with patients as an only mean to continue treatment remotely (spoiler: it is not).

PHYSIOTIMES

PHYSIOTIMES

Expert article by CBDO Anna Bezrodna: As a CBDO of Raccoon.Recovery, a company that develops physical rehabilitation equipment, I have talked to dozens of therapists and rehab centre managers after the coronavirus started to affect their business. They all have similar problems – losing contact with patients and reduced revenue. These can be resolved, at least partly, by moving your facilities online.

On.ge

On.ge

Raccoon.Recovery Light is an application for physiotherapy records that allows rehabilitation specialists to care for patients remotely. The company provides rehabilitation exercises with a unique gamification method, which makes the process more fun and efficient for the patient.

mc.today

mc.today

Raccoon.World helps patients recover from trauma through video games. The startup works with insurers and rehab centers, providing them with the tools to deliver digital therapy to their clients.

Wearable Technologies

Wearable Technologies

Recently, Raccoon.Recovery for hands was launched in Germany with a simplified functionality (examination tests, gamified treatments and remote monitoring) while they are doing trials and gathering Big Data for implementing ML-based functions.

OstContact – OWC

OstContact – OWC

As the Corona outbreak made it difficult to deliver their rehabilitation equipment to clinics and medical practices, Raccoon Technologies developed a pure software solution for telerehabilitation. To bring the personal physiotherapist home, you only need an app.

5-ht.com

5-ht.com

The startup Raccoon used a very positive side effect, connecting video games with healthcare: Special gaming equipment like controllers help patient’s physical rehabilitation after injuries and neurological diseases.

MIT Enterprise Forum CEE

MIT Enterprise Forum CEE

Raccoon.World helps people to recover by bringing a therapist to their home, by means of the Internet. The startup works with insurers and rehabilitation facilities, providing them with a tool to conduct therapy with their clients digitally which becomes even more demanded in times of pandemic.