ComforTrac to Exhibit at Medtrade

Independent traction manufacturer poised for accelerated growth.

Keysville, VA (PRWEB) September 25, 2007 -- ComforTrac, Inc. (ComforTrac) announced today that it will be exhibiting at Medtrade, the largest international tradeshow dedicated to the home healthcare industry, on October 2-4, 2007 in Orlando, Florida. ComforTrac will be located at booth number 504.

"Our cervical and lumbar traction devices continue to lead the market in terms of design and patient comfort," said Christian Hunt, CEO, ComforTrac. "As the largest wholly independent manufacturer of home traction devices we maintain the autonomy and agility to quickly respond to clinician and patient needs as they arise," added Hunt.

ComforTrac is the world's largest independent home traction manufacturer, which provides it exceptional flexibility in its design choices that ultimately results in superbly comfortable and efficacious products for patients and clinicians.

"Our continued attendance at Medtrade is in direct response to the strong market response to our products, and our independent management philosophies," added Hunt.

About ComforTrac:

ComforTrac is the industry leader and manufacturer of home traction devices used in the sports medicine and rehabilitation market. ComforTrac is committed to innovative product design, quality manufacturing and a relentless pursuit of excellence in service to customers. For further information, visit ComforTrac (http://www.comfortrac.net)

About Medtrade:

Medtrade first opened in 1979 and has remained strong throughout economic and legislative changes. With tremendous growth in size and continuous quality for nearly 30 years, Medtrade has become the largest international tradeshow dedicated to the home healthcare industry. Medtrade provides revolutionary products, trends and techniques that are the look of the future in home healthcare. For further information, visit Medtrade (http://www.medtrade.com).

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