Kayo Technology, Inc. says the kiio FLEX, which attaches to resistance bands, helps physical therapists precisely measure and chart the amount of pressure from a patient’s exercise. Then, it transfers the data to computers, smartphones and electronic medical records. The Madison company, which was formed in 2011, raised $1.3 million in just six weeks at the end of 2012 following a presentation at the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium in November, said Joseph Hildebrandt, managing director at DaneVest Tech Fund, Middleton. Read the full Milwaukee Journal Sentinel story here.
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