Mar 17, 2016
MedZone Launches New Product, Undergoes Rebranding Project

Since 2001, Tony Harris, ATC/L, MPT has led MedZone in providing premium, quality Over The Counter topicals that help prevent, treat and manage pain. Under a new ownership group, Tony and the team are working to redesign packaging and increase new product development.

“Tony has worked for years making premium products for athletes at all levels of competition. Now we are working to expand our product line and modernize the look of all of the MedZone products.” said Joe Freeman, CEO of MedZone. One of MedZone’s products, ChafeZone, has been a leader in this space and in April the MedZone team will be unveiling a new product:

BlisterZone for athletes who need help with blister prevention on hands, feet, arms and other parts of the body prone to friction related skin irritations.

As the weather turns warmer many athletes will be increasing their athletic activities. By using the proper prevention tools, athletes can prevent painful skin irritations. ChafeZone and BlisterZone work well with athletes who need extra protection from rubbing and friction related to shoes, skates, football/lacrosse pads and anywhere the skin rubs causing friction. Over the years the MedZone line has been used by professional and university athletes at all levels.

“As we evaluated the acquisition of the company we knew that we had great products and a great partner in Tony. We are excited to partner with Tony and continue to grow and expand MedZone,”  said Freeman.

For more information on MedZone or their products, email [email protected], review the corporate website, follow them on Twitter @goMedZone or see them at multiple industry conferences over the next few months. Click here to learn more about the history of the company.

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