Jul 06, 2017, 09:14 ET
LONE TREE, Colo., July 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Zynex (OTCQB: ZYXI), an innovative medical technology company specializing in the manufacture and sale of non-invasive medical devices for pain management, stroke rehabilitation, neurodiagnostic equipment, cardiac and blood volume monitoring, announces today that it has paid off the entire remaining loan balance to Triumph Healthcare Finance.
Thomas Sandgaard, CEO commented: "We owed Triumph $2.2 million at the end of the first quarter and improvements in our billing and collection efforts have enabled us to pay off the loan balance entirely during the second quarter. This is a huge win for the company, as we defaulted on this agreement in 2014 and have been in a forbearance agreement since then which has been a huge constraint on our operating flexibility. All of the funds used to pay off the loan were a result of cash generated from the operations of the company. Our orders were up 7% in the second quarter compared to the first quarter. As a result of the improved operating performance, we now estimate our second quarter results will exceed our previous estimate. We are in the process of closing our second quarter books and will provide as update as soon as the results are available."
Zynex, founded in 1996, markets and sells its own design of electrotherapy medical devices used for pain management and rehabilitation; and the company's proprietary NeuroMove device designed to help recovery of stroke and spinal cord injury patients. Zynex is also developing a new blood volume monitor for use in hospitals and surgery centers. For additional information, please visit: Zynex.com.
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