ActivArmor will be available in the Phoenix metropolitan area, at Fitzmaurice Hand Institute in Scottsdale in January
Today, the Chief Operations Officer for Fitzmaurice Hand Institute, and Dean Miller, CEO of ActivArmor, have signed an agreement bringing ActivArmor to Scottsdale, Arizona. The launch of ActivArmor’s revolutionary, 3D printed, custom designed and fit waterproof casts at this clinic is slated for late January, 2018. (More details to come.)
The Fitzmaurice Hand Institute offers the most sophisticated and cutting edge service and treatment options in the industry. Dr. Fitzmaurice operates on the principles of using the most minimally invasive, state of the art surgical tools and techniques, coupled with old-fashioned compassion, empathy, and exceptional patient care.
FHI treats a wide range of conditions for hand and wrist, including carpal tunnel, acute injuries, arthritis, joint replacement, and others. The Institute treats patients from across the Phoenix metropolitan area, and beyond.
“We are extremely excited to be collaborating with Dr Fitzmaurice and FHI, to bring our revolutionary waterproof casts to the Phoenix market. Their reputation for innovation and superior patient experience is a perfect match for ActivArmor.” Dean Miller, ActivArmor CEO
We will be working through the details of the rollout over the next few weeks, with official launch in roughly a month. Watch for more details, here, and on our Facebook page.
ActivArmor(TM) provides the first commercially available 3D printed casts and splints in the US. These are waterproof, truly custom, breathable, watersafe, and reusable. ActivArmor is being used by physicians across the Front Range of Colorado, and now across the nation, for conditions such as carpal tunnel, arm/wrist/hand fractures, sprains, etc.
For more information, visit ActivArmor.com.