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Company

Integratif Medical Pte Ltd was founded in 2002. Our expertise lies in orthotic and prosthetic products and services. In 2005, we introduced the SpineCor system, the world's first dynamic brace for treatment of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. In 2013, we established an outlet in Changi General Hospital and started providing O&P services to its ward and clinic patients. In 2015, our spin-off company, Orthogait Scoliosis and Limbs Centre, opened in Novena Medical Centre, to provide clinical service for scoliosis patients, amputees and patients with orthopaedic-related mobility problems.

In 2016, we shifted our main office to its current location at CT Hub 2, Lavender Street. After more than a decade of building up our business and partnerships, we are now local distributor for reputable orthopaedic brands like SpineCor (UK), Walkaide (US), medi (Germany), Push Braces (the Netherlands), Thuasne (France), Townsend braces (USA) and Dr. Comfort footwear (USA). One of our goals is to work towards establishing an additional dimension of treatment, called the 'functional therapy', to the existing surgical, physical, pharmaceutical and physiological therapies of modern-day medicine. We believe patients should be presented with more treatment options which are clinically-proven, safe and non-invasive. We are focused on delivering products and services that target deficiencies in human's 'locomotion system' with special attention on joint function, treatment, protection and rehabilitation.

 
     
     
     
     
 

Good Distribution Practice for Medical Devices

Integratif Medical Pte Ltd is certified to comply with the requirements as stipulated in the Health Singapore Authority TS-01:2012 - Good Distribution Practice for Medical Devices (GDPMDS).

The objective of Good Distribution Practice for Medical Devices (GDPMDS) is to assist in ensuring the quality and integrity of medical devices throughout the distribution process.

GDPMDS specifies requirements for a quality system used by an organisation for the handling, storage, delivery, installation, and servicing, with respect to the medical devices they deal in. It also requires organisation to demonstrate its ability to maintain the quality of medical devices throughout the supply chain.

 
     
     
 
 
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