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• Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

3/23/2010

TEMPE, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kinetic Muscles Inc. (“KMI”) (www.kineticmuscles.com), a leading developer of stroke therapy technology, today announced a strategic distribution agreement with Mobility Research (“Mobility”), also of Tempe, that will allow Mobility to market KMI’s products in specific international markets.

KMI manufactures the innovative Hand Mentor™ and Foot Mentor™ stroke therapy devices. Mobility is a global leader with their highly successful LiteGait® Partial-Weight-Assisted Treadmill System. It is used for rehabilitation therapy to assist in the recovery of walking function.

“Mobility is respected throughout the therapy industry, with an extensive international distribution network and more than 4,000 worldwide clinical installations of the LiteGait® System,” said Grant Farrell, president and CEO of KMI, in announcing the agreement.

“This partnership provides an excellent opportunity for KMI to broaden deployment of our products while we continue to focus on our revolutionary ‘Virtual Clinic’ in-home stroke therapy system,” said Farrell.

“The addition of KMI’s world-class products to our lineup makes it easier for our distributors to provide their thousands of customers with a total rehab solution,” said Steve Martinez, Director of Sales and Marketing for Mobility Research. “We believe KMI’s solutions will perfectly complement our commitment to provide people the best therapy possible at an affordable price.”

About Kinetic Muscles, Inc. www.kineticmuscles.com

Founded in 2001 in Tempe, Ariz., KMI addresses the rehab therapy needs of patients suffering from stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), multiple sclerosis, incomplete spinal cord injury, and cerebral palsy. KMI is a thought leader in the field providing solutions that merge digital and robotic technologies with sound neurotherapy principles to deliver ‘Improved Outcomes for More Patients at Lower Cost.’

KMI products are used in leading rehabilitation clinics nationwide and by a growing number of patients in the home setting. Hand Mentor™, Foot Mentor™, and Active Repetitive Motion™ are trademarks of KMI.

About Mobility Research

Founded in 1993 in Tempe, Ariz., Mobility Research is a company of rehabilitation professionals dedicated to the transfer of the latest technology and research knowledge to the rehabilitation arena. We are a team of clinicians, researchers, educators, and engineers dedicated to providing products, education, and rehabilitation solutions for pediatric and adult populations with motor control related disabilities.

Contact:

Kinetic Muscles Inc. Grant Farrell, CEO, 480-557-0448 gfarrell@kineticmuscles.com or Mobility Research Steve Martinez, Director of Sales, 480-829-1727 steve@LiteGait.com

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