Fort Lauderdale, FL, February 2017. Stimwave, LLC a manufacturer of The Freedom Stimulator is the smallest implanted stimulator system, was awarded a distribution and pricing agreement by the Defense Logistics Agency 24 February 2017. This 5-year contract is the first global award for spinal cord stimulators.
“We are extremely pleased to have Stimwave added to the DAPA. TAMM Net, Inc. successfully negotiated the contract for us. The successful product validation process now positions Stimwave instruments for access and use by doctors at all Military Treatment Facilities,” said Laura Perryman, CEO and President of Stimwave. “Multiple facilities have been pleased to hear that they can now acquire our products through their purchasing vehicles.”
About Stimwave: It designs and patents neuromodulation products using a steerable catheter and endoscope as its core technology. Stimwave video guided catheters are cleared by the FDA for use in the lumbar and sacral spine for observing epidural anatomy, pathology, and delivery of drugs approved for epidural indications. With worldwide distribution agreements in place, it’s 12,000 square foot ISO 13485 facility manufacturers and assembles its patented FDA and CE Mark products in the United States at their Roswell, GA international headquarters.
About TAMM Net, Inc.: TAMM is a consultancy that provides services to biomedical manufacturers seeking opportunities or overcoming obstacles presented by the US government. TAMM provides full federal contracting services, regulatory affairs, reimbursement, and sales to federal medical facilities.