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ReGear Life Sciences Partners with Life Care Centers of America
Date:9/27/2010

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- ReGear Life Sciences, Inc. announced today that it has become an approved provider of its FDA cleared ReBound™ Diathermy System to Life Care Centers of America (LCCA).

ReBound™ is a noninvasive, non-pharmacologic therapeutic heating system that improves quality of life by accelerating the healing process and relieving pain associated with injury, aging and disease.  

Ease of use, portability, safety and the ability to induce therapeutic heating through anatomically specific garments allows LCCA the flexibility to utilize this therapy in a variety of settings. Therapeutic heating has been shown to be effective in the treatment of arthritis, back and muscle spasms, tissue and joint inflammation and soft tissues injuries among others.

"Our vision to help individuals live independently by managing pain, increasing mobility and hastening recovery coincides perfectly with Life Care Centers of America's commitment to their residents and their continuum of care.  We are so pleased to be working with such a first-rate organization as Life Care," said Jeff Swoveland, ReGear CEO.

"Partnering is a powerful tool for companies to enter new markets and introduce products to critical target customers," said John W. Manzetti, President  & CEO of the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse, an investor in ReGear. "We look forward to watching this strategic partnership advance ReGear's commercialization efforts."

About ReGear Life Sciences, Inc.

Based in Pittsburgh, PA, ReGear Life Sciences, Inc. manufactures and markets revolutionary diathermy products for the long-term care, sports medicine, physical medicine, and rehabilitation sectors. The company's flagship product, the ReBound™ Therapeutic Heating System, is FDA cleared for unattended use and delivers deep tissue therapeutic heating through a patented system of comfortable anatomically specific garments.
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