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Going Nation-Wide With Unique Health Technology

Media Release from Phiten Performance Ltd

29 November 2006

Phiten Quickly Goes Nation-Wide With Unique Health Technology

Less than a year after gaining the coveted New Zealand agency for the Phiten range of titanium health technology products, Phiten Performance is seeking to expand its network of resellers to provide nationwide coverage..

“Developed over 20 years ago by a Japanese chiropractor, Phiten technology is now hugely popular worldwide. After opening initially in Wellington we are delighted to be able to offer all New Zealanders this range of Phiten titanium products. These products help relax the muscles and increase circulation by normalising the bio-electric currents in the body. The benefits are improved health and performance and prevention of injury,” says Managing Director Damon Smith.

“Phiten products are endorsed by global sports star like Ernie Els (golf), Randy Johnson (baseball), Paula Radcliffe (marathon) and Martina Hingis (tennis). At the last Melbourne Cup, the first and second placed horses from Japan were both on the Phiten programme as were their jockeys and trainers. Phiten products are also endorsed by the New Zealand Professional Golfers Association,” he says.

“It’s easy to see why top sports people use Phiten – they know what a difference it can make. Phiten can help improve rate of recovery from fatigue and muscle strain, prevent injury through reduced muscle tension and increased flexibility and enhance the ability to perform at optimum levels,” says Mr Smith.

“I know this from personal experience. My first contact with Phiten was when it helped me cope with cracked ribs during a trip to Hong Kong by relaxing the muscles surrounding the injury. I’m dedicated to helping New Zealanders improve their health and I’m pleased people across the country will now be able to access Phiten technology. People should check our website for the details of their nearest stockists or order on-line,” he says.

ENDS, “Improve, Prevent, Enhance”

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