ITHACA, N.Y., Dec. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ZetrOZ LLC announced today that it has donated three equine therapy systems to charitable rehabilitation facilities.
JoAnne Guarino, COO of ZetrOZ LLC who developed and manufactures the UltrOZ Elite Equine Therapy announced the donation. "We are committed to supporting the equine community as our products play a major role in injury prevention and therapy. Even though we are a relatively young start-up company, we are all horse owners and beyond the commercialization of our products it is also of vital importance for us to dedicate and support equine not-for-profit and rehabilitation facilities."
ZetrOZ participated in the recent AAEP (American Association of Equine Practitioners) conference in Anaheim California. Three veterinarians were randomly selected and were asked to nominate a facility to receive the UltrOZ system.
UltrOZ Elite systems will be provided to the following facilities: Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Center in Bradbury California a facility that transitions horses from racing to the sport horse community, selected by Dr. Samantha Abair of West Coast Equine. MACH 1 Therapeutic Riding (Move A Child Higher) Center in Pasadena California specializes in programs for disabled riders and was selected by Dr. Kurt Hoffman. Brook Hill Farm in Forest Virginia, a non-profit horse rescue organization was selected by Dr. Barbara Siegel.
"Our innovative medical device technology is gaining notoriety and support from practitioners and owners," states Ms. Guarino. "We are proud of the continuous stream of case-studies and testimonials attesting to the safe and effective treatment alternative that UltrOZ provides for horses."
ZetrOZ LLC was established in 2009 and the company develops and manufactures therapeutic ultrasound systems that were developed in Cornell University by its founders. UltrOZ Elite is the latest in miniaturized medical device technology and uses innovative and patented Low Intensity Therapeutic Ultrasound (LIUS). The company's products are "wearable" and allow portable and continuous, unattended and safe ultrasound therapy for 5+ hours.
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