“It’s a huge practical problem to provide continued and systematic therapy to the millions of people who suffer from stroke or traumatic brain injury each year and deal with language and cognitive deficits following the brain damage,” Dadgar-Kiani explains of his work.
Dadgar-Kiani and his co-founders are continually working to prioritize patient satisfaction with their platform. He and his co-founders look forward to becoming the standard of care for anyone recovering from neurological disorders.
His advice for young entrepreneurs right out of undergraduate studies? “Pursue a problem you are passionate about and embrace the discomfort behind starting something new.”
You can read more about Dadgar-Kiani and and Constant Therapy here.
Abigail Ballou, Alexandra David, Shreya Iyer and Casey Nugent contributed to this story.
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