2016 Startups

RecoverX

Revolutionizing injury recovery

RecoverX is transforming the way people recover from injuries. The company’s first product, Element, is the world’s first smartphone-controlled cold and heat pack for athletic and medical recovery. Element optimizes recovery by regulating the precise temperature and time for both cold (50-60°F) and heat (104-113°F) therapies. It operates on a rechargeable battery, allowing users the ability to recover anytime and anywhere. Additionally, the device tracks user data, such as frequency of use and therapy selection, desired by physical therapists and athletic trainers, to improve client injury evaluations and rehabilitation strategies. RecoverX began beta testing with the UCSF Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, Stanford Athletic Department, San Francisco 49ers, and the San Jose Earthquakes in October of 2016.

The RecoverX Team

RecoverX was founded by Alex Aguiar and Dan Evans in 2015. A former professional soccer player and assistant director of sports medicine at UC Davis, Alex has a background in physiology, business, and marketing. Dan has a background in electrical and biomedical engineering, previously working as an electrical engineer at Intuitive Surgical. They were later joined by Dave Evans, who brings over 30 years of experience in product development at Raytheon.

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The company’s first product, Element, is the world’s first smartphone-controlled cold and heat pack for athletic and medical recovery.

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