MICHAEL GORDON | FOUNDER / CEO
Michael Gordon is an experienced team leader with over 10 years of experience in business development and go to market execution. Skilled in driving growth and innovation in the gaming and technology industry, and efficient systems that improve the quality of care and results for patients. Driven to find beautiful solutions to challenging problems, including providers objective metrics for back ROM, and gamifying all ROM exercises into a fun game that automatically tracks patient ROM and progress over time.
ALEXANDER STONE | DPT, CSCS
Dr. Stone brings his experience in consulting, advising, and product development for healthcare technology partners. His background in sports medicine, back and spinal injury, and vision are key to developing efficient systems that help providers efficiently track patient progress and metrics. Alex brings a strong vision and an analytical go-to-market strategy that has proven invaluable in a clinical testing environment.
CHRIS VILLAROSA | DPT, EP-C, CSCS
Dr. Chris Villarosa is a Pacific Northwest native His clinical background ranges from manual therapy for the spine to treating pediatric populations & neurologic diagnoses across the lifespan. Chris has contributed to research using 3D-motion capture technology and activity monitors in order to study movement patterns in recreational runners and the effect of novel treatment strategies on walking in individuals with cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s, lower extremity limb loss, and stroke survivors.
MATTHEW KILL | DC
Dr. Matthew Kill graduated with his bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Cincinnati and went on to complete his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from New York Chiropractic College in 2015. Some of Dr. Matt’s specialties include: spinal and extremity adjustments, “ART” Active Release Technique, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, and functional rehabilitation. He contributes his knowledge of chiropractic adjustments and rehabilitation and exercise to develop effective tools that can be used by patients and providers outside of the clinical setting.