FedNor announced $528,550 for IRegained, the maker of The MyHand™ System, which can be used at home or in a clinic to help “rewire” a stroke survivor’s brain. Sudbury MP Viviane Lapointe speaks to diversifying the Northern economy and says companies like IRegained will play a pivotal role.
This segment highlights a recent investment from the Sudbury Catalyst Fund. To find out more about the MyHand System™, guest host Sarah MacMillan spoke with IRegained Inc. president and CEO, Vineet Johnson, as well as stroke survivor Byron Eastman.
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Sheryl Thingvold, a senior health adviser at MaRS points to health tech venture iRegained, which is developing a device to help stroke patients recover hand function that could be used at home with a physician monitoring remotely.
CABHI’s MC2 Capital Pitch Competition, worth up to $1.5M of funding, was the grand finale where twenty companies presented an eclectic range of products, from a mobile app for speech enhancement, to a care facility monitoring system that measures the quality of care and social connection with residents. Here health-tech companies pitched for funding and in-kind legal services. IRegained – that develops products that address rehab needs for people with brain injury and impaired ability to use their hands, was the company of choice for Changerangers.
IRegained has developed the MyHand™ System, a proprietary MedTech rehabilitation system intended to help a patient improve/regain hand function following a stroke, by leveraging the human brain’s inherent ability to heal itself (neuroplasticity).
21 Ontario companies attending MedTech 2019. The products and services offered by IRegained address the physical rehabilitation needs, primarily hand function, of people who sustained a brain injury caused by a stroke or accident and were left with an impaired ability to use their hands.
This edition of Deals Deconstructed showcases IRegained Inc., a Canadian medical technology company transforming hand function rehabilitation for victims of brain injury from stroke or trauma. Read on to learn how Deal Maker helped IRegained accelerate their capital raise.
The CEO and cofounder of IRegained, a medical device company that’s making waves in home healthcare. Focusing on neuroplasticity, Johnson developed a portable, low-cost device for stroke patients to recover hand function.
IRegained, a Canadian medical device company based in Sudbury, has closed a $250,000 seed investment round led by the NORCAT Innovation Angels and Northern Ontario Angels. IRegained develops proprietary technology to help stroke victims recover and improve hand function.
IRegained has a solution that helps people who have sustained a brain injury from stroke regain hand function that is lost due to the trauma. CEO Vineet Johnson demonstrates IRegained’s MyHand Device, which helps to rebuild and retrain the fine-motor control in the hand and fingers.
Spark Angels and Lakeridge Health hosted the first ever AccessIO event! The concept behind the event was connections that will drive business forward, with the hopes of opening the door for new partnership opportunities and innovation initiatives. IRegained Inc. was one of the companies that pitched at the event.