Canadian Health Tech Company Tenzr Health Expands
Its Offering to Ontario
Combining wearable sensors and gamified exercises, the physical therapy device gives invaluable feedback and data to patient and therapist
Toronto, ON, January 18, 2022 — Tenzr Health is thrilled to announce its industry-leading wearable health tech is now available in physiotherapy clinics in Ontario after wider adoption in clinics across British Columbia. Most recently, Hand and Upper Limb Clinic in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and The Orthopaedic Therapy Clinic in Toronto have activated Tenzr Health’s movement-tracking software and wearable sensors, which support the rehabilitation journey of patients recovering from musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries of the hand, wrist and elbow.
It’s a strong start to a new year for Tenzr Co-Founders Lukas-Karim Merhi and Gautam Sadarangani, who have seen strong momentum since releasing their product and launching the Tenzr Health service in Canada over a six-month period in 2021.
The Tenzr Health digital therapy kit was created to support both therapists and patients through the rehabilitation process by measuring unique metrics, gamifying rehab, and using actionable data to increase clients’ engagement and compliance with the recovery journey. The clinical utility of Tenzr Health’s technology (tracking rehab compliance and recovery status) has been independently validated and published in a study in the journal Neurorehablitation and Neural Repair.
“All the founding members of this company have been through some form of physical therapy, so we know how challenging recovery can be,” says Lukas, Tenzr Health’s Co-Founder and CEO. “We created Tenzr Health to empower both patients and therapists in and out of the clinic. Tenzr health measures all important aspects of recovery and joint health including continued progression through the rehabilitation journey to reach the fullest possible recovery.”
“We are excited to be one of the first group of clinics in Ontario to partner with Tenzr Health. Tenzr Health’s state of the art, interactive game-based technology helps motivate clients and makes therapy more fun and rewarding” says Maureen Dwight, Clinic Director of The Orthopaedic Therapy Clinic.