BraunAbility has announced that it will build its final Paratransit commercial vehicle in October and will honor the life of the vehicle line, which produced mobility-equipped full-size vans for commercial use, with a celebration.
Agility Health Inc has entered into a letter of intent to acquire 100% of an undisclosed target company, reported to be a leading provider of contract physical rehabilitation services in the US.
Under a recent distribution agreement, Artec Group, a leading developer and manufacturer of professional 3D software and hardware, announces that Ottobock will resell its 3D scanners for prosthesis manufacturing.
Project Walk recently announced that it will be opening its newest franchise in Houston, Texas.
Invacare has introduced its new unilateral Internet Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policy for the US, which is applicable to all US customers who sell and market Invacare products over the Internet (or “E-Commerce Providers”).
Ottobock has added a Technical Orthopedics sales region, realigning its US regions from three to four and creating a new Midwest Region that will be headed up by employee Brian Long.
In a recent news release, Project Walk announces that the Project Walk Paralysis Recovery Center in Claremont, Calif, is expanding in an effort to accommodate growing clientele.
A partnership forged between Ottobock and Orthocare Innovations aims to provide unique, advanced prosthetic technologies to patients worldwide.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital has announced it has partnered with Cybex International, a leader in gym and fitness equipment, to provide equipment that can be used with a wide range of injuries or disabling conditions with the ultimate goal of improving patient outcomes.
Clinicient has announced its support and readiness for UnitedHealthcare’s new reimbursement requirements for Medicare Advantage and AARP-branded Medicare Complete Plans.