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Chronic pain management platform FlexifyMe raises Rs 10Cr led by IvyCap Ventures, Flipkart Ventures

Vivek Vishwakarma
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Amit Bhayani cofounder of flexifyme

Amit Bhayani and Manjeet Singh and

FlexifyMe, a Pune-based innovative chronic pain management platform, has raised Rs 10 crore in a seed funding round co-led by IvyCap Ventures and Flipkart Ventures. 

The funding round also saw participation from GSF, Chandigarh Angels, Venture Catalyst, and Ah! Ventures. Prior to this round, the startup had raised $1.3 million from individual investors Amit Ratanpal, Sachin Anand, and Dipen Shah.

Combating chronic pain 

Established in October 2021 by entrepreneurs Manjeet Singh and Amit Bhayani, FlexifyMe is at the forefront of combating chronic pain, a global issue affecting over 2 billion people.


The startup aims to revolutionize chronic pain management by integrating advanced technology with progressive exercises. Besides providing temporary relief, it also aims to offer long-lasting solutions, focusing on workplace wellness and ergonomic challenges.

Technology and expansion plans

FlexifyMe's platform offers personalized chronic pain management solutions, using AI, machine learning, and data analytics to analyze joint movements. This connects users with expert orthopedists, physiotherapists, and yoga therapists.

According to the startup, the raised capital would be utilised to create an impact on chronic pain management, incorporating cutting-edge technology and progressive exercises.

FlexifyMe, with a user base of over 50,000 from 25 countries, plans to aid one million individuals in finding relief from chronic pain by 2027.

Impact on corporate wellness

FlexifyMe aims to assist corporates in comprehending ergonomic challenges, eradicating postural misalignments, enhancing employee productivity, and ensuring continuous health monitoring contributing to stress alleviation and overall improvement in lifestyle disorders.

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