ZetrOZ Systems has recently signed a 5-Year Healthcare Federal Supply Schedule Agreement to provide US government healthcare institutes with its sustained acoustic medicine (sam) device and hypoallergenic ultrasound coupling patches.

The $3.4 million contract covers military bases and hospitals, veteran healthcare hospitals, and employees of the FBI, CIA, DOL, postal service, and other U.S. departments and agencies operating both in the United States and abroad.

“We’re proud to play our part in getting and keeping our federal employees healthy and returning them to work fully healed and pain-free. The sam device product family of healing innovation is increasingly getting recognized for its success in helping professional athletes, combat veterans, and countless others in soft tissue injury healing. So much credit goes to the U.S. government for bringing this effective and practical treatment option to its hardworking employees.”

— ZetrOZ CEO Dr. George Lewis

The agreement provides another channel for healthcare providers to prescribe and use sam for the treatment of common overuse injuries like the rotator cuff, knee injury, tendonitis etc. Providers and hospital centers can order sam directly through the new contract and through the ZetrOZ Systems Durable Medical Equipment healthcare network directly.

ZetrOZ Systems offers a portfolio of wearable, drug-free, non-invasive devices that deliver long-duration ultrasound to activate the body’s healing multiple hours each day. ZetrOZ Systems has shown that daily, sustained acoustic medicine accelerates soft tissue healing and provides symptomatic relief of knee pain related to osteoarthritis (OA) and back pain related to herniated disks.

The ZetrOZ technology proved to provide pain reduction in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, published in 2020 in the Journal of Pain Research. A 2020 study in the Global Journal of Orthopedics Research found 87% of users demonstrated improved function after use of the ZetrOZ sam device. Another study in 2021 from Current Orthopedic Practice demonstrated high confidence in sam to accelerate the healing of overuse injuries.

For more information, visit ZetrOZ Systems.

[Source(s): ZetrOZ Systems, GlobeNewswire]