Bisep, which operates out of the Spark Niagara startup business incubator, creates new technologies and devices to enhance human performance in sport, exercise and rehabilitation. And their work is generating a lot of attention in Canada and the US for it’s technology innovation in the aging sector.
Dan Bordenave’s main focus has been the development of the Ambulation, Retraining and Mobility Mechanism (ARMM) device. The device assists immobility and ambulation training without the need for extra staff and equipment. It allows the patient to walk with their walker while the wheelchair trails behind them. It attaches a person’s wheelchair directly to their walker and allows the user to safely practice daily exercises.
Bisep was named one of 15 Canadian startup companies to compete in an AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge on July 25th. They were also recently selected to be part of a leading health-care accelerator program in the United States.
Read more at the Niagara Falls Review.
(Photo credit: Julie Jocsak, Niagara Falls Review)