MedHab, whose technology allows providers to customize physical therapy regimens to meet the individual needs of patients in clinic and remotely, has been recognized by the Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center (TMAC) for “world class and next generation manufacturing practices, including innovation, workforce development, collaboration, growth and market development, sustainable practices and continuous improvement.”
Incorporated in 2008 and a client of TECH Fort Worth, MedHab has two certified patents and eight patents pending and its technology is applicable for rehabilitation for lumbar spine and upper extremities. It has developed StepRite for healthcare and RPM2 for retail applications.
TMAC recognizes a handful of Texas companies annually with its Customer Performance Excellence Award. MedHab will be honored August 7 at its manufacturing facility in San Angelo by U.S. Congressman Mike Conaway.
“MedHab is absolutely honored to receive this prestigious award,” said CEO Johnny Ross. “Not only is it a testament to the many engineers who have helped to develop our technology, but more importantly, it is a demonstration of how TMAC, which receives federal funding, is helping entrepreneurs create jobs in Texas.”