joimax Hires Spine Industry Veteran as President and CEO

Published: Oct 14, 2008

KARLSRUHE, Germany and CAMPBELL, California, October 14 /PRNewswire/ -- joimax® GmbH Karlsruhe, Germany, announces that Chip Stevens has been hired as President and CEO of joimax, Inc., located in Campbell, CA. Mr. Stevens has over thirty years experience in the medical device market, and has held top management positions with several spine companies over the last fifteen years. "Chip Stevens has proven to be a very experienced and competent leader throughout his career, and we are looking forward to his proven continuing leadership in the future as he directs joimax, Inc., in the United States", said Wolfgang Ries, Managing Director and Founder of joimax GmbH.

About joimax®: The young medical devices company is focusing on combined minimal access technologies ("joined minimal access technologies"), especially for spinal treatment. joimax® develops, manufactures and markets highly sophisticated and user friendly platform systems for endoscopic spinal surgery. Due to technical expertise and multi-year business experience of its employees joimax® has gained core competencies in medical devices, systems, hard- and software, instruments, endoscopes, disposables, implants and even radiation protection.

It also offers a well thought-out education program that comprises three steps: Firstly attending a workshop, then a visitation at one of the reference centres, and finally conducting first surgeries together with experienced application specialists. With this, the best possible training is being conducted. joimax® employees see themselves as partners for the treating surgeon with the aim of: `helping to treat patients', the core commitment stressed in the new homepage outline. For further information please see web site: http://www.joimax.com

Contact:

joimax GmbH Melanie Deringer, Marketing Communications 76227 Karlsruhe, Germany Phone: +49-721-255-14-314 Fax: +49-721-255-14-920 Mail: melanie.deringer@joimax.com

Source: joimax GmbH

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