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About Us

Making the brain and muscles work together

Built on the clinically proven science of neuroplasticity, JOGO comprises an AI driven mobile app and wearable sensors to provide virtual treatments for Parkinson's disease, stroke,  and various other movement disorders associated with neurological conditions. 

 

Nine out of ten of patients who receive JOGO treatment show clinically significant improvement, reduce medications, and avoid surgery. 

 

JOGO therapy is delivered via our own JOGO virtual clinic and through a network of partner hospitals and clinics. JOGO received FDA clearance during the Covid-19 pandemic under FDA 510(k) exemption.

Our Story

Studies show that over 95% of patients with Parkinson's disease are not aware of the importance of evidence driven physical therapy and other non-invasive treatments that could delay the progression of the disease. 


The JOGO digital rehabilitation solution was created over nine years of tireless research and testing. Several chronic residual disabilities can be treated via telemedicine using JOGO.


In 2019, JOGO received the patent for this innovation from United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), and in 2020, JOGO received FDA 510(k) clearance during the pandemic.


The name “JOGO” is derived from Joe and Gordon - Dr. Joe Brudny and Dr. Gordon Silverman of New York University’s Rusk Rehabilitation Center and Rockefeller University, respectively. Their pioneering work and tireless spirit paved the way for our product. JOGO is the result of the continuing work of entrepreneurs, product design specialists, technology enthusiasts, physical therapy professionals, physiatrists, data scientists, and game designers.

Meet Our Clinicians

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Dr. Gary Krasilovksy, PhD.

World renowned physical therapy professor. Department Chair of the Hunter College, New York.  Clinician, educator, and researcher for almost forty years.  PhD from New York University. Former senior physical therapist (PT) at New York University Rusk Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine.

Dr. Krasilovksy developed a Parkinson's Disease specific tremor management and physical therapy protocol with JOGO digital therapeutics that utilizes EMG-Biofeedback. 

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Dr. Jessica Stein

Dr. Jessica Stein received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the School of Health Sciences at Touro College and her B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland.
 

Dr. Stein has extensive experience working with patients with neurological and  neuromuscular rehabilitation. 
In addition to her clinical work, Jessica is a teaching assistant at Touro College in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. As a lifelong athlete, Jessica encourages patients to push beyond what they think is possible. She feels that is critically important to their health, well-being and improvement.

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Dr. Michelle De Guzman

Dr.  De Guzman earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Hunter College of the City University of New York which included a capstone research study involving EMG analysis for patients with Stroke. 

Dr. Guzman is  experienced in treating patients with   neuromuscular conditions through the VA, NYU Langone, and Mount Sinai Health Networks in NYC.

Dr. Guzman is well versed in integrative treatment styles including Muscle Energy, Mulligan Concept and the use of the Pilates Reformer. She is  a Certified Strengthening and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA and has earned a certification in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA).
 

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Doug E. White, MSPT, L/ATC, CSCS

Doug earned a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami, School of Medicine in 1993 and received his Strength and Conditioning Certification after volunteering under Mike Boyle at Boston University Strength Gym in 1996. Doug achieved certification as an athletic trainer in 1997 after volunteering at Harvard University. He was a member of the medical staff for The Boston Marathon for ten years as well as the U.S. Disabled Volleyball Team at the Tenth Paralympiad in Atlanta, GA in 1996. Doug has also provided medical support and conditioning information for the US Disabled Volleyball and Ski Teams and Olympic Winter Games, where his athletes won one Silver and two Gold Medals.

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