Mason-based startup IncludeHealth has rolled out its first exercise machines designed to accommodate disabled people who use wheelchairs, including at two Ohio hospitals and one of the largest retirement communities in Greater Cincinnati.
The firm founded by CEO Ryan Eder, which uses cloud technology to help plan, track and review goals of people who use the equipment, set up one of the Access Strength machines at Christian Village of Mason. The community on Western Row Road is the fifth-largest in the region, according to Business Courier research.
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Written by Barrett J. Brunsman.
Originally published April 5, 2018.