Chagrin-Falls’ Augment Therapy isn’t a traditional physical therapy practice. This startup uses augmented reality software to engage kids in exercise targeted to fit their current therapeutic needs. The platform not only encourages children to work on their therapy outside of the clinic, it also makes the process fun. The software works by incorporating interactive scenes into therapy sessions, collecting data on the exercises in order to provide feedback to clinicians. Augment Therapy has won awards from GLIDE/Innovation Fund of America, a partner of Ohio Third Frontier, and was the first Cleveland-based company accepted into Plug And Play.