Fusionetics, a Milton, Ga.-based provider of sports medicine and musculoskeletal performance health care, received an investment from Stella Development, a division of the same parent company (Stella) as Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota.
The amount of the deal was disclosed.
The company will use the capital primarily to accelerate growth of its system in the health care sector.
Led by Dr. Mike Clark, founder and CEO, Fusionetics is a performance health system that turns complex science into results-oriented applications accessible through a computer or personal digital device to reduce injuries, decrease pain, optimize performance and speed recovery.
Its key markets include health care, sports and fitness organizations with at-risk populations of employees, insured lives, professional collegiate and youth athletes, and fitness enthusiasts.
The company has previously partnered with major hospital systems, including Baylor Scott & White Health, powers the Sports Performance Center of Baylor Scott & White’s Sports Therapy & Research Center at the Star – a partnership between a hospital system, professional sports team and independent school district to create a premier sports medicine and performance healthcare facility.