B-TEMIA’S DERMOSKELETON™ AT THE OTTAWA 10K TO SUPPORT MARTIN JARRY – Martin Jarry raises over $33,000 for Myositis Canada –
Québec City, QC | May 29, 2017 – B-TEMIA Inc., a leader in the human augmentation market with its proprietary dermoskeletal technology, is proud to congratulate Martin Jarry, a policeman and hockey coach affected by inclusion body myositis, for completing the 10k during the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend, wearing B-Temia’s Dermoskeleton. In addition, Martin led a team of runners who raised over $33,000 for Myositis Canada, making it the winning team of the Scotiabank Charity Challenge.
“Martin, you are an example of courage and determination for all people affected by myositis and other diseases that cause mobility impairment. On behalf of the B-Temia team, I thank you for allowing us to support you in your venture. You and other people who want to regain their autonomy are the reason why we strive every day to develop the best mobility assistance technology,” stated Stéphane Bédard, CEO of B-TEMIA.
About the Keeogo™ Dermoskeleton™
Keeogo™ is a powered walking assistance device developed by B-TEMIA. It has been used by individuals with degenerative and chronic medical conditions such as knee/hip osteoarthritis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, stroke, incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI) and other conditions that limit mobility. Used as rehabilitation equipment or as a daily commodity for walking, Keeogo™ is commercially available in Canada for purchase or rental. It is currently under investigation in a multicenter pivotal clinical trial aiming for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance, a prerequisite to enter the US market.
Founded in 2010, B-TEMIA Inc. is a medical device manufacturer that develops and markets cutting-edge products for the growing market of human augmentation systems. B-TEMIA operates through two wholly-owned subsidiaries, B-TEMIA Inc. and B-TEMIA USA Inc., in the medical, industrial and military fields. B-TEMIA owns a patented technology called Dermoskeleton™ that restores, maintains or enhances the mobility of users.
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