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UrbanFisio Closes an Investment Round of One Million Euros

UrbanFisio raises one million euros in its latest investment round, with French insurance group IMA and individual investors joining as new partners. The funding aims for organic growth, innovation in physiotherapy, and expansion in digital health. UrbanFisio addresses the societal shift towards home-based care, utilizing technology for personalized services.




UrbanFisio strengthens its company. The health center specialized in home physiotherapy UrbanFisio has managed to raise one million euros in its latest round of investment. Through the operation, the French insurance group IMA and several individual investors have entered as new partners of the company.

The main objectives of the funding will be organic growth, innovation in the standard of working in physiotherapy and the development of UrbanFisio’s plans for expansion in digital health. The influx of capital from the IMA Group plans to improve the center’s healthcare network on a national scale.

The CEO and co-founder of UrbanFisio, Miguel de Santiago, points out how homes are becoming the care center for a large part of the population due to lack of space in hospitals and residences. “UrbanFisio covers this social need by combining technology and personalized care, responding to two of the most important challenges facing our society: the sustainability of the health care model and the accelerated aging of the population,” he added.

The investment round has also had the participation of the National Innovation Company (Enisa) , whose contribution will also be allocated mainly to the growth of the company. Likewise, it will be aimed at expansion plans, improving technology for integrated care and patient monitoring, in addition to strengthening the personal and commercial area.

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UrbanFisio, with seven years of service, has more than fifty physiotherapists and more than 30 thousand patients

The health director and co-founder, Irma Gutiérrez, pointed out that “health is a good of special protection and being regulated as a health center allows us to work together with the public health system and local governments in tenders for active aging and health services. home care that begins to incorporate health care.”

UrbanFisio was founded in 2016 by De Santiago and Gutiérrez. In 2022, it closed the year with a turnover of 1.3 million euros and in 2023 it opened an investment round of up to 1.2 million euros, of which it received 90% of the money in May. The group has more than fifty physiotherapists and more than 30 thousand clients throughout the Spanish territory.


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