CHARLES TOWN, W.Va., Aug. 31 ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RBRM) a provider of electronic treatments for the pain resulting from peripheral neuropathy and Peripheral Artery Disease today announced that its CEO David B. Phillips, Ph.D. will speak to a group of 20 physicians representing an investment group seeking to purchase the rights to distribute the company's products in the state of Ohio.
Physicians all over the U.S. are now using the ReBuilder as their first choice for the treatment of leg pain. Many of them are not registered with Medicare so that they can provide the ReBuilder to their patients with little or no out of pocket cost to the patient.
"I am pleased to help them understand the value of the ReBuilder in practice building," said David Phillips, Ph.D. CEO, "by integrating neuropathy patients into their practices, they can expect to increase their personal income while providing a valuable service to their community".
Additionally, Dr. Phillips reports: "A Physician who expands his practice to include neuropathy and peripheral artery disease patients can sometimes see a revenue increase in excess of $200,000 per year."
Finally, Dr. Phillips told reporters today: "This agreement includes an initial purchase of $100,000 in immediate product."
Inquiries can be made at www.rebuildermedical.com.
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