Dynatronics Corporation announced it has begun shipping its new V-Force Vibration Therapy units to customers. These new units employ powerful, whole-body vibration technology, which provides neuromuscular training to increase strength, improve balance and enhance flexibility.
Originally developed for the Russian space program to compensate for bone and muscle loss resulting from extended periods in space, whole-body vibration therapy has been the subject of extensive research for many years. Numerous clinical studies indicate effectiveness in the areas of balance/fall prevention, circulation, knee rehabilitation, low back pain, range of motion and a host of other neuromuscular conditions.
“The V-Force technology represents something totally new and unique in our market,” stated Larry K. Beardall, executive vice president of sales and marketing. “We’ve spent the last three months providing demos and training for our distribution channels. They are now ready to launch this new product to the market.”
Initial demand for the new V- Force unit has been strong. “We have a sizable waiting list for units and expect it will take several months before production is able to catch up to demand,” said Beardall. “In fact, we expect to sell over $500,000 of this product within the first two weeks of its introduction as we attempt to fill the pipeline and satisfy initial demand.”
“V-force is not just an upgrade of existing technology,” added Kelvyn H. Cullimore, Jr,
Dynatronics’ chairman and president. “It represents a new therapeutic modality. The last time we introduced a new modality was light therapy several years ago that resulted in significant improvement in sales.”