Listen to our Patients:
How our technology has impacted their lives.


Listen to one of the participants in a 2016 trial talking about his experience with an early
research version of the IRegained hand function device.


Stroke care

"Stroke care has come a long way in the past 20 years with the introduction of tPA and endovascular therapy in the emergency department resulting in dramatically improved outcomes for patients. However, in the world of stroke rehabilitation we are still using therapies and techniques developed decades ago to work on hand mobility and function. Our team was very excited when, a few years ago, Dr. Vineet Johnson conducted a study of the "MyHand" in our community and found that clients were able to make significant improvements in hand function that we weren’t able to achieve with traditional therapy techniques. Since getting this taste of what’s possible, we are anxiously awaiting the opportunity to work with our latest stroke clients using this device, as we’ve seen what gains can be made by clients who have the chance to use it. We hope that Vineet has the opportunity to study the potential for this device to help clients make greater gains in their hand function, and look forward to seeing and experiencing the results for our clients!"

Stephanie Schurr, O.T. Reg. (Ont.) Outpatient Neurology Rehabilitation St. Joseph’s Hospital, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada

Standing united in our dreams to help stroke patients reclaim their lives.

IRegained is a MedTech company developing novel solutions for the physical rehabilitation needs of people with disability. With a mission to help 100 million stroke survivors with hand function disability from brain injury, IRegained has developed the MyHandTM System.


Head Office

NORCAT, 1545 Maley Drive, Sudbury, ON, P3A 4R7

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Unit #1, 764 Notre Dame Avenue, Sudbury, ON P3A 2T4