SOURCE: Neurotech

Neurotech

February 04, 2013 08:00 ET

Mat Kandell Joins Neurotech as Sales Product Specialist

MINNETONKA, MN--(Marketwire - Feb 4, 2013) - Neurotech NA, Minneapolis-based market leader in pain management and rehabilitation orthopedic devices, has recently hired Mat Kandell as sales product specialist. Kandell will be responsible for supporting Neurotech's network of distributors in the northeast region.

Kandell brings extensive orthopedic sales and surgical education experience to the Neurotech team. He served as regional manager for Arthrosurface where he managed 6 distributor groups. Prior to that, Kandell was a clinical specialist manager for SpineView, training orthopedic surgeons throughout the northeast and assisting in the launch of SpineView's endoscopic platform. He has also held positions with Pioneer Surgical, Gotham Surgical and Brace, and Soma Medical.

Kandell is trained and certified for a number of procedure applications including foot and ankle, hand and wrist, lumbar spine fusion, and orthopedic sports medicine implants. "We are happy to welcome Mat to the Neurotech team. His network of relationships, along with his track record of delivering best-in-class service, in the northeast is impressive and I'm confident he'll be a great asset to the Neurotech team," said John Velure, Vice President of North American Operations for Neurotech.

Kandell will report to Dominic D'Arpino, Neurotech's National Sales Manager. 

Neurotech® is a division of Bio-Medical Research (BMR) Ltd., a worldwide leader providing innovative devices for pain relief and rehabilitative health. Our 40 years of clinical experience and investment in scientific research and development has enabled us to deliver clinically proven solutions that are recommended and prescribed by leading healthcare professionals to help patients accelerate recovery and return to an active lifestyle. (www.neurotech.us)

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    Maria Verven
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