Ozone collaborates with Japanese company Koboyashi

   Dec 7, 6:32 pm

New Delhi, Dec 7(ANI): Ozone Pharmaceuticals Ltd., one of India's fastest growing pharma companies, has entered into pain management therapy in a big way.

The company has collaborated with a Japanese company named Koboyashi Pharmaceutical Co Ltd . to bring about a series of air activated heat packs for therapeutic relief.

The medical products in the offing are arthritis heat packs, direct skin heat packs and indirect skin heat packs.

As the name suggests, the heat packs use Cura heat therapy which increases blood flow to the place of application which reduces pain, decreases stiffness, relaxes sore muscles and comes in a handy, easy to use everyday format. (ANI)

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