Jersey, Channel Islands – As the Isle of Jersey welcomes Super League Triathlon, WearTech Therapeutics is front-and-center as a Sponsor and Tech Wear Partner. The innovative company is generating its own excitement by introducing the world’s first wireless, conductive tights. They provide deep DC therapy for rapid recovery, healing and pain relief of sore muscles due to intense athletic activity.
The WearTech Tights(tm) are most welcome here. In a world where the rigors are extreme, super-endurance is paramount, and rapid muscle recovery necessary, the ground-breaking, electrotherapeutic tights can become an essential adjunct to the athlete’s training and competition regimen.
With WearTech’s proprietary software and proprietary conductive fabric, the Sport-Z(tm) DC stimulator delivers deep tissue stimulation over the entire affected area on a sub-sensory level while resting or sleeping in between strenuous events – the time when most healing takes place.
WearTech Therapeutics, Inc. (WearTechIT.com) is the first company in the world to have researched, innovated and proven the clinical efficacy of nocturnal therapy. That was made further possible through the company’s copyrighted miniaturization of the Sport-Z using state-of-the-art microprocessor technology, so the stimulators can be easily worn on the wireless WearTech Tights.
Additionally, while numerous companies are chasing the diagnostic application of wearable textiles, WearTech Tights are the first therapeutic textiles to address injury and recovery. This is achieved through the therapeutic DC current’s deep penetration that works at the cellular level and increases micro-circulation. The result is reduced inflammation, easing of pain, and stimulation of the body’s own natural healing process. So athletes bounce back with renewed vigor and greater endurance, giving users a veritable “Athlete’s Edge.”
The highly accomplished triathletes participating in the Super League closed league series can appreciate this competitive edge. Super League Triathlon pits a virtual “Who’s Who” of short-course racing against each other in dramatic locations for $130,000 prize money. Only 25 men and women athletes can participate in each field.
The vision for best-in-world short-course triathlon competition developed among three passionate triathletes, Chris McCormack (“Macca”), Michael D’Hulst and Leonid Boguslavsky, into the exclusive and aptly-named Super League of today. Among them, Macca, a two-time winner of the Ironman World Championship and other world titles, was the first to preview the new WearTech Tights well in advance of the Jersey Super League, declaring:
“What excites me most about the tights is that they use a deep DC versus AC current that aids recovery instead of just masking pain. So they are far beyond anything else currently on the market. But the most exciting thing about WearTech Tights is that they are used while you are sleeping. They go through eight cycles while you sleep. Recovery is absolutely everything to an athlete!”
Other super-athletes agree. After five-time Olympic medalist, Chris Brown, wore WearTech Tights when training successfully for his fifth Olympics to defend the Gold Medal in the men’s 400 meter relay and compete in the 400 meter (individual) run, he reported:
“I have noticed that the WearTech Tights have helped me recover from muscle fatigue, and really helped the soreness in my right foot that has been hurting for a while.”
The science is sound. WearTech, its parent company, Prizm Medical, Inc., and Founder, Jim Johnson, are not new to therapeutic medical devices and electrotherapy. They developed the world’s first garment electrodes, created the first “Intelligent Textiles for Medicine(tm)”, have treated tens of thousands of patients on a prescription basis, and have achieved over 20 published clinical studies.
The world’s record-holding ultra-distance runner, Stan Cottrell, with medical and physiological training in addition to over 250,000 miles pounding the pavement and trails around the world, concluded from his own review and testing of the WearTech Tights:
“The extensive science, research and medical documentation behind the Sport-Z are staggering, satisfying the most discerning evaluator critic.”
Cottrell then compared the wireless WearTech Tights to having his own personal physical therapist working on him while he slept.
That’s what Johnson, a 35-year veteran of the medical devices industry and participant in six successful medical technology introductions, wanted to accomplish as he labored over the ten-year development period for the WearTech products. His vision then and now is for competitive athletes and everyday sports enthusiasts alike to have an effective alternative to the use of bulky compression products and drugs. With this product launch they do.
Breaking a 34-year FDA regulatory glass ceiling, now all Prizm products are FDA, European MDD and Medicare approved devices, plus have the stamp of official approval in Japan, Europe, Canada, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Prizm Medical is FDA/GMP and ISO 13483/2003 Certified.
Now the athletes from around the world in attendance at Super League, as spectators or participants, will have access to the first-in-world competitive edge and proven restorative benefits of the WearTech Tights.
Company Name: WearTech Therapeutics, Inc.
Contact Person: Jim Johnson, CEO
Country: United States