North Texas startup and TECH Fort Worth client ships Flexdots™ for use in California research study of physical and occupational therapy rehabilitation activities.

Dynofit Announces First Commercial Shipments of Flexdot™

Dallas, Tx. (April 13, 2017) — Dynofit, Inc. today announced the first shipments of Flexdots™. Dynofit is an early-stage medical device startup creating solutions to improve patient engagement and provide measured results of physical and occupational therapy rehabilitation activities.

The devices will be used for a research study at Cal State-LA in the Kinesiology and Nutritional Science Department. The project study is funded through a NIDILRR grant to Dr. Stefan Keslacy for disability rehab and is intended to help develop effective exercise regimens for those in wheelchairs.

“Flexdot™ is a wearable medical sensor; when combined with our applications, this easy-to-use system provides patients with instant feedback on each exercise and repetition,” said Maria Schneider, Chief Executive Officer of Dynofit and advocate for increased patient ownership of their healthcare. “The system offers the choice of real-time charts or games that run on smartphones and tablets, providing visual and audible feedback to increase patients’ overall engagement in their own recovery.

“We’re tremendously excited about this shipment, which marks our first revenue-generating sale into the physical and occupational rehabilitation industries. We are excited about the opportunities the Flexdot™ system brings to rehab and have received outstanding feedback from early users with regard to the system’s ease of use and versatility across a wide range of applications.”

Dynofit is founded on the belief that patient-friendly devices such as Flexdot™ are an important part of promoting increased patient engagement in their healthcare.

About Dynofit, Inc.

Dynofit is a medical device startup, headquartered in Carrollton, TX. The company previously won an NIH grant for research in the use of mobile connected wearable devices for intelligent pediatric orthopedics, is a member of Startup Health, a Tech Fort Worth client, and a 2015 graduate of the prestigious Health Wildcatters accelerator program. The Flexdot™ system, based on a custom Class II wireless EMG biofeedback sensor designed for use in physical and occupational therapy, is the company’s flagship product and is in use in a variety of studies and applications, including pediatric sports rehabilitation. To learn more, go to or email


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