Urinary Incontinence Device Manufacturer Launched in Boulder – BizWest

BOULDER – A veteran of medical and industrial device contract manufacturing and consulting firm Boulder BioMed LLC, which does business as Boulder iQ, has gone on his own to co-found Flourish Medical LLC, a manufacturer of medical devices focused on women’s urinary incontinence products.

Flourish was launched by Kevin Horky, who is the CEO of the new venture and most recently served as VP of Business Development at Boulder iQ, and Chief Medical Officer Robert Spitz, who most recently served as Chief Medical Officer at ICON Government and Public Health Solutions.

“The Flourish device addresses a real need for millions of women, with a safe, effective and affordable solution,” Horky said in a prepared statement. “Furthermore, many women with this disorder are not candidates for surgery or prefer not to have surgery or invasive procedures. For these women, Flourish represents an opportunity to engage in day-to-day activities, and even to intense physical exercise, worry-free.

BOULDER – A veteran of medical and industrial device contract manufacturing and consulting firm Boulder BioMed LLC, which does business as Boulder iQ, has gone on his own to co-found Flourish Medical LLC, a manufacturer of medical devices focused on women’s urinary incontinence products.

Flourish was launched by Kevin Horky, who is the CEO of the new venture and most recently served as VP of Business Development at Boulder iQ, and Chief Medical Officer Robert Spitz, who most recently served as Chief Medical Officer at ICON Government and Public Health Solutions.

“The Flourish device addresses a real need for millions of women, with a safe, effective and affordable solution,” Horky said in a prepared statement. “Furthermore, many women with this disorder are not candidates for surgery or prefer not to have surgery or invasive procedures. For these women, Flourish represents an opportunity to engage in day-to-day activities, and even to intense physical exercise, worry-free.




Virginia C. Taylor