Google-backed startup Massage Robotics set to show how robots can help people heal with hassle-free massage therapy


“Feel human again. We make robots because life hurts. »

ALISO VIEJO, Calif., September 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Massage robotics recently highlighted a number of massage therapy access issues that continue to prevent patients from choosing massage when they need it. Issues such as affordability, pain, time management, shortage of therapists, and body privacy. Founded by Christian Mackin and Sean Mackin, Massage Robotics is the creator of the first life-size massage robot – fully articulated and able to learn and evolve its massage routines through machine learning, AI and natural language processing using Dialogflow from Google. These robots will solve many problems facing the multi-billion dollar massage and massage therapy industry.

More than just a startup, Massage Robotics has already gained support from the Google Cloud Platform, secured a star-studded expert advisory board, garnered national media attention, and presented its findings at several trade and technology shows. prestigious. And the company is currently running a successful equity crowdfunding campaign through StartEngine.

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“Probably the most glaring problem with massage is patients’ fear of bodily safety,” said Christian Mackin, co-founder and CEO. “In a post-pandemic world, contactless technologies are increasingly popular. A lot of people don’t like being touched by someone they don’t know. And with allegations of sexual misconduct in the news from time to time, the massage industry sometimes struggles with its reputation. Robots solve this problem precisely because they are not human. »

Ultimately, we offer Robot-as-a-Service (RaaS) monthly subscription for B2B wellness clinics. And we expect their price to be approximately equal to a therapist’s monthly income. And other issues like affordability, therapist shortages, and time management are addressed by our comprehensive business plan, with guidance from our advisory board.

Massage Robotics: Advisory Board

  • Jerome Williams: Retired professional basketball player, active in the NBA between 1996 and 2005. Played for the Detroit Pistons, Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks.
  • Ben Road: Best-selling author, leading futurist, philanthropist, entrepreneur, technology investor; widely known for his appearance in Secret Millionaire.
  • dr. Patrick Khaziran: Founder of Sports Rehab in LA and Encino, Dr. Khaziran specializes in sports injury rehabilitation, chiropractic care, and post-operative recovery. Highly respected in the physical therapy field, having treated hundreds of professional athletes from the NBA, NFL, MLB, Champions, Pro Bowlers, All-Stars and future Hall of Famers.
  • dr. Edward Noble: Designer and engineer, Dr. Noble built the first percussive massager in 1974 – the Vibrotoner – for chiropractic use. And he built the Thumper Pro model for chiropractic and massage therapy in 1986. In 1997 he created the highly successful Thumper MiniPro for home massage.
  • Arlo G. Jorgensen II: A highly trained physiotherapist, over three decades of experience and a commitment to patient mobility, safety, cognition, balance, strength and endurance.
  • Julieanne Downing: Seasoned business administrator with extensive health and wellness experience as owner/operator of multiple businesses.
  • Dennis Conklin: Savvy entrepreneur and angel investor with a nose for successful business models and branding.

“Robots can work 24/7, 365 days a year, with no holidays, no overhead, no taxes or vacations,” said Sean Mackin, co-founder and business developer. “Businesses can enjoy healthy profit margins while making massage more affordable. Our bots are also enabled with natural language processing powered by Dialogflow – the same platform used by Google Assistant. Using a normal speaking voice, the robots can be guided left and right and harder or softer push during the massage. And because the robots remember every nudge and each client’s preferences, they deliver the perfect massage every time. Robots are already learning what humans like – they are already evolving. »

We have implemented an ambitious growth plan to explore the potential here,” said Sean Mackin. “Expanding our marketing channels to include trade shows and partnerships for example, all to reach our primary B2B target audience of massage clinics, hotel chains, as well as professional and collegiate sports teams. We will continue to post news and updates as we reach important company milestones. »

Explore how good a massage robot can be by visiting the Massage Robotics crowdfunding capital campaign. And for the latest news and trends, follow Massage Robotics on social media: Instagram (English only, TikTok.

Media Contact:

Christian Mackin
800.988.8213
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SOURCE Robotic Massager



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