Flexiciser™ Inc., Awarded Innovative Achievement Award at 1st Annual Tichi Wilkerson-Kassel Movement Therapy Foundation Awards

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Flexiciser™, Inc a leading manufacturer and marketer of Physical Movement Therapy™ Devices, a unique durable medical equipment technology designed to provide movement for mobility challenged clients from all over the world is awarded the Innovation Achievement Award at 1st Annual Tichi WIlkerson-Kassel Movement Therapy Awards held in Los Angeles, CA.

Bryan S.J. Mallindine, President of Flexiciser, Inc accepted the Innovative Achievement Award on behalf of Flexiciser™ Inc., at the first annual Tichi Wilkerson-Kassel Movement Therapy Foundation Awards dinner held at the J W Marriott Hotel in Los Angeles on April 8, 2010.

Flexiciser™, Inc is a leading manufacturer and marketer of Physical Movement Therapy™ Devices, a unique durable medical equipment technology designed to provide movement for mobility challenged clients from all over the world. Flexiciser™ delivers proven quality with their innovative technology and Customer focused service nationwide. The device is manufactured for both home and professional users. It is the only technology that offers a natural walking stride, moving arms and legs simultaneously in 3 modes of operation with no weight bearing impact. The technology is comparable with multiple devices such as wheelchair or scooter with no transfer required. The patented FlexGrips allow the user to move their arms even when unable to do so on their own. More information can be obtained from http://www.physicalmovementtherapydevice.com

The new Physical Movement Therapy ™ Device Bariactric was recently launched at the Los Angeles Abilities Expo where it received rave reviews from thousands of individuals who attended the LA Abilities Expo Show.

Flexiciser ™ Inc. was created to serve the mobility challenged. Its array of products include:

  •     Physical Movement Therapy™ Device ( PMTD) Original
  •     PMTD Sport
  •     PMTD Professional
  •     PMTD Bariatric
  •     Flexihamstring™

Arthur M. Kassel, Chairman of the Board of Flexiciser™, Inc., asked Bryan Mallindine to join the company as President in 2004 to facilitate and restructure Flexiciser™. Bryan's background included experience in International Trade, Marketing and Strategic Planning. He holds an MBA from the prestigious business school, IMD in Switzerland. "Bryan shared my vision of helping people who are disabled by illness, just as my wife Tichi Wilkerson-Kassel was affected by Parkinson's disease. The equipment we developed helped Tichi everyday by moving her arms and legs. It not only changed her life, but improved its quality as well. As the benefits of the Flexiciser ™" continue to extend worldwide and help the mobility challenged, it will be Tichi Wilkerson-Kassel's legacy," says Arthur Kassel.

"I was honored to receive this prestigious Innovative Achievement Award on behalf of Flexiciser™., our Physical Movement Therapy™ Devices represent the only technology that offers patients a natural walking/running stride, moving arms and legs simultaneously with no weight-bearing impact on joints even for complete quadriplegics! Veterans and other clients who are wheelchair users have found a great deal of relief from spasticity, limited range of motion and poor blood circulation. Movement Therapy™ has been scientifically proven to enhance the overall health of individuals as well as preventing the potential deterioration of life quality due to physical limitations" says Bryan S.J. Mallindine, the President of Flexiciser ™ Inc.

Bryan Mallindine is an expert in the field of Movement Therapy, nutrition and health and brings expertise in business and finance as well.

Arthur M. Kassel, Chairman of Flexiciser, Inc., asked Bryan Mallindine to join the company as President in 2004 to facilitate and restructure Flexiciser™. Bryan's background included experience in International Trade,Marketing and Strategic Planning. He holds an MBA from the prestigious business school, IMD in Switzerland. "Bryan shared my vision of helping people who are disabled by illness, just as my wife Tichi Wilkerson-Kassel was affected by Parkinson disease. The equipment we developed helped Tichi everyday by moving her arms and legs. It not only changed her life, but improve its quality as well.    As the benefits of the Flexiciser™ continue to extend worldwide and help the mobility challenged, It will be Tichi Wilkerson-Kassel's legacy," says Arthur Kassel.

Bryan Mallindine has lived in four continents and traveled extensively overseas, where he has gained vast knowledge in International Trade, marketing and strategic issues. He was one of forty-two from twenty countries accepted by the world's oldest and most prestigious business school, IMD in Switzerland where he received his MBA in International Marketing and Corporate Strategy. He also qualified as a CPA in Canada and Bermuda in 1982, and also holds Master of Arts degree in Management and Human Resources Bryan has his PhD in Neuro Immunology Resources.

In his consulting work he has coached top executives across the country and been involved with major Corporate turnarounds.

Bryan is also a top sought out speaker covering a variety of health and business topics and conducts workshops across the country on a variety of topics including Movement Therapy and how it can impact one's health.

He recently was a finalist for the Most Admired CEO by the San Diego Business Journal in San Diego, CA. He has received many other awards some of which include the Congressional Medal, California Businessman of the Year, American Marketing Association Executive of the Year, and The Presidents Call To Service Award for his more than 4,000 plus hours of services to his community and his work as Coordinator of Power Skating at the San Diego California Ice Arena where he was successful in bringing to San Diego its first NHL level full line hockey school.

For more information, call 1888.FLEX INC or visit http://www.physicalmovementtherapydevice.com and http://www.flexiciser.com

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