October 9, 2011 source: CBS News As part of CBS morning news, TIBION was profiled by correspondent Barry Peterson. At approximately four minutes 21 seconds into the video, see how TIBION stands out. We are proud of our portfolio company that is getting worldwide recognition. The next step in bionics … The new world of […]Read More
March 1, 2011 source: Enhanced Online News (EON) – Three Arch Partners, Hambrecht & Quist lead financing, join board – Initial investor Claremont Creek Ventures also participates – Tibion Corporation, the privately held Silicon Valley firm transforming stroke rehabilitation with its robotic Bionic Leg, announced today the successful closure of a $10.175 million financing round, a new […]Read More
December 13, 2010 source: Xconomy San Francisco (article published at Xconomy) Can Tibion’s Bionic Leg Rewire Stroke Victims’ Brains? by Wade Roush The conventional wisdom about stroke victims is that after about 12 months of rehabilitation aimed at restoring motor control, recovery levels off. Patients never regain more movement, never get beyond whatever plateau they’ve […]Read More
October 2010 source: Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry online The MX Q&A: Ted Driscoll, Claremont Creek Ventures Fledgling device companies can get a leg up with VC firms by developing a product that is ‘unique and protectable,’ says Tibion’s anchor investor. The cofounders of Tibion Bionic Technologies may want to send a thank-you note to […]Read More
October 20, 2010 source: San Francisco Chronicle Business Report “With the help of a physical therapist, Micha Hoy strapped a big black computer-controlled device onto her left leg, which has had limited mobility since she experienced a stroke nine years ago. “I feel like I should be in the ‘Matrix’ movies,” the San Francisco architect […]Read More
October 8, 2010 source: Wall Street Journal blogs Venture Capital Dispatch by Brian Gormley “Stroke patients striving to walk normally may get a lift from a bionic leg developed by venture-backed Tibion Corp. Many stroke survivors have weakness on one side that impairs their gait. Tibion’s device, worn around the leg during physical therapy, supplies the […]Read More
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