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November 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Reha Technology AG will be installing the first G-EO System unit in
India with Dr.
Zameer Jafri at the Max Balaji Super Specialty Healthcare in
New Delhi and is launching direct operations in
Launch of Indian direct operations in
Reha Technology AG, a Swiss company that designs, manufactures and globally distributes advanced robotic-assisted systems for neurorehabilitation, has formed an Indian subsidiary, Reha Technology India Pvt. Ltd. The company will be operating from an office in
Pradeep Singh Dillon, Executive Vice President India, manages all activities for Reha Technology India Pvt. Ltd. and has established teams of specialists in sales and clinical services to intensify the active market development and to support our customers.
Mr. René Trost, CEO of Reha Technology AG, comments: "We are proud to reach another milestone in the global expansion of our company. The funding of the Indian subsidiary is strategically very important to us and was a logical step towards expanding our business in
India, one of the fastest growing markets in neurorehabilitation. We are also very pleased to have Dr. Zameer Jafri-HOD at Max Balaji Super Specialty Hospital as our first customer. A bright future is ahead of us."
The G-EO System™
The company's G-EO System revolutionizes gait rehabilitation and improves outcomes for the patient, clinician, and the hospital with its unique feature of realistically simulating stair climbing and floor walking, as well as the ability to customize therapy for each patient.
It is the world's most advanced system for gait rehabilitation and provides the most comprehensive range of options for gait training. Short setup times, high repetition rate of exercises, and gait pattern customization are the key differentiators and make the system a unique product in the field of robotic-assisted neurorehabilitation.