Selasa, 26 April 2011

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ITO Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation



Ito products are currently used in medical facilities in many countries around the world. This is due to the fact that, as a pioneer in this field in Japan, Ito was quick to embrace the worldwide mainstream concept of EBM (Evidence Based Medicine), and continually incorporate it into the development of innovative equipment. Our quality environmental management system is certified to satisfy the ISO 9001, ISO 13485, and ISO 14001 , and our products comply with MDD (EU), UL and FDA (U.S.A). We recently made an investment in the construction of a new Reliability Control Center that will enable us to supply even safer equipment with further quality improvements. We believe that our dedication to quality will gain us the trust of more and more people around the world.

It is vital for top athletes to maintain peak condition and recover as quickly as possible from injuries. Ito physiotherapy equipment plays an important role in enabling this goal to be achieved. Our equipment helped athletes to maintain their condition in the 2002 World Cup held in Japan and Korea, as well as in the 2004 Athens Olympics. Ito is certified as an official sponsor of the Japan Judo Federation, supporting athletes on the Japanese team and other judo enthusiasts. We are actively involved in the sports world based on the experience we have gained in both the medical and sporting fields.



Mettler ElectronicsNext to Disneyland, few companies have as rich a history of innovation and longevity in Anaheim as Mettler Electronics. Founded in 1957 by engineer and inventor, Hal Mettler, the firm is the world leader in portable ultrasound and electro-stimulation therapy equipment used in chiropractic, physical therapy and sports medicine.
Hal’s son Stephen C. Mettler was, until recently, the firm’s President and Chief Operating Officer. Today his son, Mark Mettler, serves as President and heads up International Sales. Matt Mettler serves as Vice President and National Sales Manager.
Mettler ElectronicsHal Mettler introduced his company and groundbreaking Sonicator® 700 in June of 1957, with its unheard of price of $199.50. Because the new device was so affordable and portable, it revolutionized ultrasound therapy, making it readily available to a wide range of therapists and patients. With the new Sonicator, therapists could move the machine easily between treatment settings to reach any patient requiring therapy. It was an engineering breakthrough on the order of the transistor radio.
Following the success of the Sonicator, a rapid succession of Mettler product innovations followed, including Auto*Therm® Shortwave Diathermy, Cavitator® Ultrasonic Cleaners and portable Muscle Stimulators. Hal Mettler was awarded a total of fifteen patents for his ideas.
After Hal’s death, the firm maintained his commitment to innovation. Mettler Electronics engineering group continued to update and improve the products while maintaining an active new product development program. The result is a state of the art product line—with microprocessors replacing the original tube and transistor circuits—for enhanced performance and reliability.
Success breeds imitation in any industry, and the portable ultrasound business is no exception. But despite the fact that Mettler Electronics faces stiff competition from dozens of domestic and international competitors, the family firm remains the world leader in the industry it spawned. Currently Mettler Electronics sells 60% of the ultrasounds in the world. According to Stephen Mettler, the reason that customer loyalty is so high is because…”customers know that Mettler products represent quality and value. When they buy a Mettler Sonicator, or Sys*Stim®, they know they are buying a product that is ‘sure to work’ for years to come.”

Chronological History

  • 1957—First Sonicator was released
  • 1960—First Cavitator Ultrasonic Cleaner introduced
  • 1962—Stationary Ultrasound introduced
  • 1968—Auto*Therm® Shortwave Diathermy introduced
  • 1972—Mettler moves to Anaheim from Pasadena
  • 1973—first Stimulator, the ME 200, introduced
  • 1978—Mettler becomes compliant with the FDA’s Quality System Regulations for Design Controls
  • 1979—Hal Mettler passes away and Steve Mettler, his son, becomes President
  • 1982—Sonicator 706 introduced with integrated circuitry
  • 1985—Sonicator 705 and Sys*Stim 206 introduced
  • 1986—Sys*Stim 207 introduced
  • 1989—Microprocessor-controlled Sonicator 710 and Sys*Stim 220 introduced
  • 1990—Sys*Stim 206A and 207A introduced (microprocessor controlled)
  • 1991—Multi-frequency, Sonicator 720 introduced
  • 1993—Sonicator Plus 900 introduced
  • 1994—Sonicator 715 and 716 introduced
  • 1995—Sonicator 730 introduced with multiple applicators
  • 1997—Sys*Stim 226 introduced
  • 1998—Mettler is authorized to use the CE mark
  • 1998—Mettler is issued ISO-9001 / EN 46001 certificate
  • 1998—Sonicator Plus series introduced with the 294, 992, and 994
  • 1999—ThermalSoft® Hot and Cold pack systems introduced
  • 2000—Trio*Stim® portable stimulation device introduced
  • 2001—ThermalSoft Gel packs introduced
  • 2001—Sonicator® Plus 930 Introduced
  • 2002—Polar Frost introduced
  • 2002—Auto*Therm® 395 introduced
  • 2003—Thermalsoft® Durapak introduced
  • 2004—Sys*Stim® 216 Interferential device introduced
  • 2004—Sys*Stim® 208 low volt stimulator introduced
  • 2004—Sys*Stim®208A low volt stimulator introduced
  • 2005—Auto*Therm® 390/391 introduced
  • 2006—Sonicator® 740/740x introduced
  • 2006—Laser Sys*Stim® 540 introduced
  • 2006—Thermalsoft® Durapak introduced
  • 2007—Sys*Stim® 210/210T introduced
  • 2007—Sonicator Plus® 940 introduced
  • 2008—Sys*Stim® 212 introduced
  • 2009—MTD 4000 traction/decompression system introduced
  • 2009—G5 message products introduced