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A Partnership of Two World Leaders

Mettler Electronics and General Physiotherapy Mettler Electronics Partner for Private Labeling

St. Louis, MO – General Physiotherapy, the industry leader in professional massage and cellulite treatment equipment, is now partnering with Mettler Electronics to private label G5® massage equipment for Mettler’s physical therapy and chiropractic markets. Mettler Electronics is a world leader in portable ultrasound and electro-stimulation therapy equipment, virtually revolutionizing ultrasound therapy in 1957 with an affordable and portable new device invented by founder Hal Mettler. The family business continues to update and improve their product line with a commitment to innovation, now adding General Physiotherapy’s G5® massage equipment to their new product development. President Mark Mettler says, “We’re always looking for expansion and the electro-mechanical G5® Massage Systems fit in well with Mettler’s medical lines. There is a synergy between our different brands. The G5® Plus is new to the market and is really unique. It features the same time tested design, yet has been updated with a new interface for the 21st century.”

For over 35 years, General Physiotherapy has set the standard for the use of subdermal massage modalities in the medical, physical therapy, sports, salon and spa fields. General Physiotherapy provides their markets with the latest in high-tech engineering, years of product development and research, personalized customer service and simple yet powerful physiotherapy techniques. For their partnership with Mettler Electronics, they are private labeling the G5® Plus, a new design featuring updated controls, an LCD digital readout and a pneumatic cylinder in the stand, allowing for easy height adjustment with just one finger. These new systems come with a rolling stand, accessory tray and a variety of applicators to facilitate a broad range of therapeutic massage techniques.

Besides innovation and high performance, both companies also share high standards in customer service. Mettler Electronics enjoys enduring customer loyalty due to the quality and value of their therapeutic medical products, which customers know will work for years to come. General Physiotherapy shares this ideal with their manufacture of reliable massage equipment that owners have used continuously, in some cases for over 30 years. Mark Metter notes, “We have known General Physiotherapy for a number of years and we share a large distributor market, with some of the same customers in the medical rehabilitation field. We have a history between our companies that goes back many years, as owner Tom Muchisky knew both my father and my grandfather. In 1957 when Mettler was founded, the original G5® massage unit was patented in France. We know their long history of quality and the longevity of their brand.”

G5® Massage Machines are ideal for deep muscle massage, trigger-point therapy, cellulite reduction, detoxification, lymphatic drainage, circulatory stimulation, scar tissue reduction, exfoliation, reflexology and aesthetic spa treatments. They are only systems on the market offering Directional-Stroking® the action of simultaneously delivering perpendicular and horizontal forces through the silky-smooth head motion of the unit. The concurrent actions of these two forces act to loosen areas of congestion and move fluids, reaching far below the skin’s surface. Using G5® massage equipment takes the manual ‘muscle out of your massage,’ providing a powerful treatment while allowing the therapist to work deeper and longer, without strain or fatigue. Therapists can provide clients with more consistent and effective treatments than with their hands alone and prevent many stress-related injuries. Jim Young, Vice President of Sales and Marketing notes, “These professional systems are an affordable investment, easy to learn and use and have a proven track record of performance. This is very important for both small and large operations.”

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