CHARLES TOWN, W.Va., Sept. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RBRM) announced today that they have penned a letter of intent with a major national Durable Medical Equipment company to introduce the ReBuilder for neuropathy and arthritis to DMEs throughout the country.
"We expect to have a signed agreement in place within the next week," says David B. Phillips, Ph.D., the CEO of RBRM.
Additionally, Dr. Phillips reports: "We already have DMEs calling us because of the tremendous demand created by the acceptance of our neuropathy and arthritis products from patients who have already gone to their doctors and secured a prescription."
John Romanic, one of the principals of the national distributor added, "We are in a unique position to promote the ReBuilder to DMEs because of the wonderful success we have had with the ReBuilder with patients who suffer from neuropathy or arthritis pain. We expect to introduce and sign up to 100 suppliers to the ReBuilder this year."
With the acceptance of Medicare, sales have increased dramatically for RBRM. Diabetic patients develop neuropathy as a complication to their diabetes, and arthritis is increasing with the graying of America.
Inquiries can be made at www.rebuildermedical.com.
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SOURCE ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc.
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