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Government Hospitals in Ecuador Continue to Invest in Integrity Life Sciences Technology
Date:12/13/2012

TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Integrity Life Sciences, a medical device manufacturer based in Tampa, Florida, has announced that it has secured additional contracts further expanding its presence within Government funded hospitals in Ecuador.  This expansion is very welcomed news for Ecuadorians suffering from chronic disc related conditions including herniated disk, sciatica, posterior facet syndrome and degenerative disc disease.

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Integrity's forward thinking distributor, Omnimed S.A., headquartered in Guayquil, continues to promote the benefits of Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression (NSSD) treatments throughout Ecuador.  Clinicians and patients alike have become highly receptive to the non-invasive alternative for chronic low back and neck pain sufferers. 

Through ongoing training both in Ecuador and at Integrity's Florida manufacturing facility, Omnimed has demonstrated its commitment to the entire healthcare community.  Local representatives will complete a training curriculum that will allow them to serve as in-country technicians and system trainers. 

According to Enzo Pardo, Integrity's international sales representative, "continued expansion in Ecuador, coupled with the incredible response we are receiving from our other South and Central American partners, represents a significant demand for alternative and non-surgical solutions for tens of thousands people negatively impacted by chronic lumbar or cervical pain. What's more, our partner in Ecuador, Omnimed, shares our belief that Integrity's NSSD systems will continue to change the way healthcare providers approach the treatment of disc related issues."  Mr. Pardo went on to say, "we now have multiple unit sales in Ecuador and we have established ourselves as the leader in that parti
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