For the ones knowing the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, it might be obvious that by improving good health and well-being we support the goals.
Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD) are one of the most common and costly problems for people and companies across the world. It cost billions of Euros, but a few numbers to illustrate just how big the problem is!
Everyone onboard is motivated by helping people who are suffering from a real life problem. Too many people experience a quality of life that we can help improve with our solutions. For us it’s about providing people with devices and help that can make a real difference.
Maybe you’re a tennis player, and your elbow has been burning painfully with each swing. Maybe you’re not. Maybe your doctor diagnosed you with tennis elbow, and you struggle with the name, because you’ve never picked up a racket in your life. Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is a common injury among athletes, but you might be surprised to learn that the condition is very frequently seen in those who have never so much as served a ball. This may lead you to the question, what is tennis elbow, and why do so many people get it?