Is Virtual Reality the Future of Fitness Devices & Fitness Tracking?
That's exactly what we discuss with Wellovate founder Joe Morgan as we explore potential applications for their mixed reality health and wellness platform.
A collaboration between 3 doctors, Wellovate is creating an innovative health and wellness experience that may change the way we see health and fitness, the way we track it, and the way our personal devices can integrate with clinician's software.
Meet Dr. Joe Morgan
President and Founder of Wellovate, Dr. Morgan is a board certified anesthesiologist. He completed is medical degree at SUNY Upstate Medical University and residency at the Cleveland Clinic. He also holds a BS Finance from Clemson University and BA Chemistry from SUNY Buffalo. Before Wellovate, Dr. Morgan served as a consultant in physiological tracking and innovative systems of care.
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