Using Wearables To Treat PTSD
If you can lead soldiers into battle, you can cold call 140 investors.
Neuroflow founder Chris Molero, WG’17, is a veteran, and he’s seen the effects of PTSD. As he reminds us, “20 veterans a day commit suicide, on average.” Neuroflow is his way of fighting back.
Neuroflow uses wearables to measure the physical effects of stress, and quantify them in a way that is useful to therapists who are treating people for severe anxiety and stress. For the first time, therapists can use quantifiable measurements to see if their therapies are working—and adjust for maximum effectiveness. Listen to hear how Chris and Karl talk about fundraising--and how Neuroflow ultimately raised $1.25 million, after talking with 140 investors.