HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL--(Marketwired - Jan 17, 2017) - Wellness Center USA, Inc. (
The agreement allows Psoria-Shield to expand its domestic reach by utilizing NewSurg's deep and established sales and marketing channels. NewSurg has committed to purchase a minimum of two (2) PL 1000's per month and has been doing so since October. These units are placed with various dermatologists across the country that are looking for an alternative to their aging and costly excimer phototherapy lasers.
NewSurg has been successfully representing major manufacturers in the aesthetic and dermatology markets for more than 25 years. The company views this advanced therapeutic unit as an important addition to the derm marketplace and appreciates the advantages that this high powered, targeted, UV-B and UV-A system brings to patients who suffer from psoriasis, vitiligo and eczema. "I believe that this unique phototherapy technology will revolutionize the way these skin disorders are currently being treated in physician's offices," said NewSurg's President Dave Konstanzer.
NewSurg has expert representatives throughout the US focused on the dermatology market and can be reached at (215) 822-7722.
About Wellness Center USA, Inc.
Wellness Center USA, Inc. (www.wellnesscenterusa.com) is a hybrid healthcare company that combines best in class technologies, software, devices, providers, protocols, goods, and services. It was created to address important healthcare and wellness needs via breakthrough solutions, all centered around the "well‐being of the body and mind". Wellness Center USA, Inc. is the parent company of three businesses reporting consolidated: Stealth Mark, National Pain Centers, and Psoria‐Shield.
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