WHO WE ARE
MedRhythms is a digital therapeutics company that uses sensors, music, and AI to build evidence-based, neurologic interventions to measure and improve walking. Our algorithms deliver personalized gait therapeutics to patients, providing them with accurate, real-world data. This data can be applied to improve our therapeutic, track progress over time, and predict adverse events. Our vision is to build a suite of therapeutics and diagnostics for movement, language, and cognitive deficits.
The MedRhythms team has extensive experience in rehabilitation techniques that use music. The company began as a therapy services company that launched out of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, which the US News & World Report named the No. 4 rehabilitation hospital in the country. MedRhythms continues to provide clinical care (see therapy website), and, due to the profound clinical outcomes and increased demand, the company launched a digital therapeutics platform. This platform is designed to fulfill our mission of improving the lives of those afflicted with neurologic injury or disease. Watch our video above to learn more.
MedRhythms' evidence-based, neurologic interventions are on a patent-pending platform with a product portfolio comprised of various therapeutic and data products. The MedRhythms therapeutic pipeline* includes:
MedRhythms Stride – Post-Stroke
MedRhythms Step – Aging in Place / Fall Prevention
Traumatic Brain Injury
*Opportunity to discuss partnership for the data or therapeutic potential of platform
Digital THERAPEUTICS platform for walking
based on rhythmic auditory stimulation (RAS)
The digital therapeutic platform is designed to digitize an evidence-based intervention called Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation (RAS).
Closed Loop Algorithm
Our product uses inertial measurement unit (IMU) sensors to measure gait parameters and an algorithm on a smartphone to make the changes to the music similar to a trained therapist.
Artificial Intelligence is used to personalize and improve the algorithm over time, as well as make predictive insights about the user population.
This RAS intervention is built on the neuroscience principles of entrainment, neuroplasticity, and global activation.
There are over 50 clinical research studies demonstrating improvements in movement when using RAS.