SaaS startup Spry raised $7 million

Spry, a healthcare SaaS startup, announced funding of $7 million in a Series A round led by Eight Roads Ventures.

Spry, a healthcare SaaS startup, announced funding of $7 million in a Series A round led by Eight Roads Ventures, with involvement from F-Prime Capital and existing investor, Together Fund.

Spry’s latest funds will be used to further its goal of building the future of practice management for physical rehabilitation. The firm has raised more than $10 million in less than six months. Spry raised $3 million in a seed funding round led by Together Fund last December.

“Our mission is to create a patient-first, tech-driven solution that anticipates their needs before they step into the therapist’s clinic and guide them through the duration of the treatment,”

Brijraj Bhuptani, co-founder and chief executive officer of Spry

Spry, established in 2021 by Ola’s former chief technology officers Brijraj Bhuptani and Riyaz Rehman, intends to revolutionize movement health availability and affordability through its full-stack digital health forum. It facilitates physical therapy professionals and owners to handle administrative and clinical functions with a unified platform.

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