QAL Medical offers a variety of CPM refurbishment options, preventative maintenance programs, and their own repair service.
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Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 16, 2014
The producers of Health Briefs TV are pleased to announce that QAL Medical will be featured in an upcoming segment on topics, trends, and issues related to “Improving Therapy Outcomes through Effective Technology Solutions” as part of the show’s “Healthcare Today” series.
QAL Medical is the sole source USA manufacturer and owner of Authentic OrthoAgility® Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) medical devices (previous trade names include Otto Bock, OrthoRehab, OrthoMotion, OrthoLogic, Danninger, Sutter, and Toronto Medical). The company’s OrthoAgility® CPM medical devices are a safe, effective way to maintain joint movement while speeding up the recovery process after surgery. The devices are used to reduce pain and swelling, minimize hospital stays, increase or maintain range of motion, improve physical therapy outcomes, and help prevent scarring, muscle, and joint stiffness, as well as blood clots. In addition to manufacturing OrthoAgility® CPMs, QAL Medical offers a variety of CPM refurbishment options, preventative maintenance programs, and complete CPM repair service, as well as repair parts to support the full OrthoAgility® CPM product line (including all former trade names). For more information on QAL Medical, please visit http://www.qalmedical.com.
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