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ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. Increases Manufacturing Space to Meet Demand
Date:10/17/2007

Company Looks to Add Even More Space in the Future to Keep Up with Orders

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va., /PRNewswire/ -- ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RBRM), an emerging medical device manufacturer founded by world-renowned medical device inventor David B. Phillips, Ph.D., today announced it is increasing its manufacturing space to meet growing demand of it cutting edge medical devices and products. The company recently contracted construction of another addition on its facility in Charles Town, WV. It is looking into adding even more space off site for production so it can eliminate any supply and demand issues that may arise in the near future according to Dr. David B. Phillips, President of the Company.

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"Silver based products alone have added significantly to our sales in 2007 so production facility growth is key to keeping pace with demand," said Phillips. "In fact, although we have just recently expanded our space, we must seek to add an additional 5,000 square feet of production space to keep up with meeting demands of internet sales alone."

The company continues to aggressively pursue strategic marketing relationships with catalog companies, physician's offices, and hospitals to leverage its position in the medical device market. Some of these relationships have been key to the sales growth of ReBuilder according to Phillips. "We are extremely focused in growing sales and building our brand and will continue to do so."

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ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. is a manufacturer of medical devices and innovative technologies founded by world-renowned medical device inventor David B. Phillips, Ph.D. The company's flagship product is its FDA registered ReBuilder System(R), used for treating peripheral neuropathy. U
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