|By PR Newswire||
|February 12, 2013 11:17 PM EST||
Synergy launches in North America with their innovative braces and supports product line, featuring FIR-Inside™ Technology.
TORONTO, Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Jonic Distribution North America (www.jdna.ca) is excited to be appointed exclusive distributor of Synergy products world-wide. JDNA will be marketing and selling Synergy Premium Braces, Comfort Supports and Wellness Products to sports, drugs, specialty retailers, and healthcare facilities throughout North America.
Synergy is an innovative line of therapeutic braces and supports featuring Far Infrared (FIR) technology and cutting-edge materials. FIR-Inside™ technology, in every Synergy product, helps to speed the healing process which in turn reduces pain and swelling - perfect for weekend warriors, serious athletes, diabetics or seniors.
Synergy products are made with Bamboo/Polyester fiber and patented Poliyou® material, making them anti-microbial and moisture wicking, while offering superior comfort and support; unlike anything on the market today.
"I was impressed with the clinical trial results and customer testimonials when first introduced to the Synergy line", says JDNA CEO and owner, Andy Redmond. "I decided to become the distributor of Synergy's products after wearing a Synergy knee brace. It completely alleviated the pain in my knee when golfing and my wife had the same experience with the Supports when hiking. The technology really works and the products feel great".
Synergy's clinically proven Therapeutic Hip Protector has received numerous innovation and quality awards in the healthcare industry for its effectiveness in preventing falls and injury (http://www.axiomnews.ca/node/1263).
JDNA is pleased to announce Synergy products are currently available at numerous retailers in Canada, the USA and on-line. For more information on Synergy products, visit www.synergyfir.com
JDNA is a leading North American distributor and marketer of specialty products. JDNA supplies products to drug chain, mass, specialty and independent retailers, mail order companies and e-commerce businesses from warehouses in the US and Canada. JDNA has an extensive network of Sales Representatives and Agents that enables them to distribute products quickly and cost effectively. For more information visit http://www.jdna.ca/
SOURCE JDNA Inc.
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