Harrogate’s Neo G is considered the first orthopaedic device manufacturer to enter into partnership when using the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).
The trade union represents 56,000 physiotherapists nationwide.
The agreement was originally signed back June 2017.
It will spot this company working alongside the CSP in developing its selection of orthopaedic braces and supports, orthotics and Hot & Cold therapy devices.
Robert Yeldham, Director of Strategy, Policy and Engagement for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, said: “We have partnered with Neo G because they’re invested in involving chartered physiotherapists in developing and testing their goods.”
Stephen Kirk, lead physiotherapist at OneWellness Harrogate, said: “I’m delighted to be ready to lend our support to Neo G products, an issue that I’ve been recommending to patients for ages.”
Paul Starkey, Neo G founder and CEO, said: “We have undertaken an ambitious product development programme, working closely with physiotherapists to create progressive range of products, and all of these undergo rigorous testing to be certain they might be trusted by researchers and also patients.”
Neo G’s products use cutting edge technology to offer rid of numerous conditions such as arthritis, carpal tunnel symptoms, low back pain and Heel pain.