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ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. Hiring! Increases Staff by 40%

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va., Oct. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RBRM) is one of the few small cap companies in the country that is still hiring. It has hired 2 professionals and 2 staffers to help keep up with the flood of orders.

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The pain and numbness associated with neuropathy and arthritis can be effectively eliminated in just a few treatments. With the ReBuilder, the company's electronic medical device. Now that Medicare covers the cost of the ReBuilder, most neuropathy patients having secondary insurance, most can expect to get their ReBuilders for free.

"We needed these new hires because we expect an even greater increase in sales in October." Says Brian Sheldon, LPN, the President of RBRM.

Additionally Dr. Phillips, CEO reported that these new employees are expected to help expedite the new business generated by Medicare and 2 of them are in the accounting department to help keep track of everything."

The company's neuropathy and arthritis products treat the patient in his own home for the pain and numbness of neuropathy and the pain of arthritis. The treatments feel good and are reported to be 94% effective.

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