DyCare develops technology solutions to better monitor and treat patients with skeletal muscle problems. The key? “Integrating wearable technology for use in the medical arena,” highlights Silvia Raga, CEO of the company. The company is innovating in the sector of rehabilitation with medical devices so that physiotherapists, rehabilitation physicians and orthopedic surgeons can improve diagnosis, monitoring and evaluation of their patients’ mobility disorders.
I’ve always thought life is too short to be in the wrong job. For me, entrepreneuring has always been a way to try to generate value, solve problems, satisfy needs and have a positive impact on my surroundings. But, above all, what drew me in was the idea of having a place where I can reach my own dreams, ideas and goals.
All of the decisions I make for the company are important and strategic: there’s not a single minute that I don’t think of the impact they may have on the company and my team. Perhaps the most important one was in our first round of funding, when we chose strategic partners renowned in the physical rehabilitation sector. The time and effort I put into this phase of the company were undoubtedly very important.
A great friend always told me, “Always think big but start small.” When you start out on your own, everything seems really complex and complicated, which makes it easy to get lost along the way. So, I always try to remember that great achievements come from small actions.
In February 2017, we launched our first product to market: Lynx, a novel movement-analysis system. My goal is to consolidate sales in Spain and then open up the European market. At the same time, we’re working on development of ReHub, the first digital therapy solution that will open up the huge market of tele-rehabilitation. It is a very ambitious project with which we aim to position ourselves as leaders in the rehabilitation sector.