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Marc Beer Is Making An Impact On Women’s Health

Marc Beer is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Renovia Inc. The company is a new startup that was recently launched in Boston, MA. Marc is also a co-founder of the organization.

 

The founders of Renovia are dedicated to women’s health, specifically to improve upon the lives of the millions of women who suffer the condition of pelvic floor disorders. Marc Beer successfully set out to raise over $42 million to fund the activities taken on by the new company. They have started to market the FDA approved leva Pelvic Digital Health System. It was developed as a muscle trainer to strengthen the pelvic floor. The system utilizes visualization technology to specifically target the area of the pelvis that maintains urinary continence.

 

Women are more likely to suffer from this condition as opposed to men. One study performed at the University of Insubria in Italy reported that the condition may affect approximately 12% to 50% of women. It was noted that it is difficult to get completely accurate data on the results for such a study. Women are sometimes embarrassed by the condition, and they do not always disclose their symptoms for that or other reasons. On behalf of the company, Marc Beer announced that they had finalized the closing for financing valued at $42.3 million. This announcement was made in late August of 2018.

 

Marc Beer and his efforts at Renovia displays his commitment to make a difference. As the CEO, Marc has shown how his leadership and his fortitude can make things happen. He achieved a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Miami. His major was in Business Administration. Throughout his career, Marc Beer has been an insightful entrepreneur. His direction at Renovia will hopefully make great strides for the treatment of pelvic floor disorder. For many of the women who suffer from this condition, their quality of life is disrupted and now there is hope.

 

The exercise trainer is available on a mobile app. It offers the patient a real-time experience with programmed coaching and trackable results. There are a series of sessions that can be performed twice a day and will take 5 minutes or less. The training can take place in the privacy of a woman’s own home.¬†Learn more :¬†https://renoviainc.com/leadership/