Restorative Therapies Inc announces its continued commitment and collaboration with the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger Institute.
The collaboration reflects the company’s dedication to help people of all ages with neurological impairment or critical illness achieve their full recovery potential.
“We’re excited to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Kennedy Krieger’s International Center for Spinal Cord Injuries, and we congratulate RTI on their anniversary, too,” says Tom Novotny, Director of Operations for the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger Institute, in a media release.
“We are grateful for their sponsorship and support of our Center’s work to help individuals with spinal cord injuries recover and live their lives to the fullest.”
Both the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger and Restorative Therapies are celebrating 15 years of success. Restorative Therapies’ iFES technology originated through a collaboration between its internal technical team and physician-researchers at Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore.
The KKI Festival of Trees, an annual holiday-themed family event that benefits Kennedy Krieger Institute, took place November 29 – December 1 in Baltimore. Restorative Therapies created and donated five gingerbread houses to this year’s festival, and one of them won a blue ribbon, according to the release.
Restorative Therapies extends its sincerest thanks to KKI for the excellent service and care they provide to people all around the world.
“We are proud to offer the most advanced iFES technology for patients while standing behind our commitment of providing an iFES product line that covers the full continuum of care,” states Jim Janicki, President & CEO of Restorative Therapies, the release continues.
“With a relentless focus on patient needs, we are proud to be a true partner and advocate for clinicians, patients and other healthcare providers who work every day to provide the best care possible.”
[Source(s): Restorative Therapies Inc, PRWeb]