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May 9, 2023
Medical support devices, namely, plate and strap appliances for mechanically treating dysfunctions and ailments by compression of the arm or leg; Medical support devices, namely, strap appliances in the nature of therapeutic compression plates and straps for mechanically treating the dysfunctions by compression of muscles, magnetic flux and soft tissue; Medical devices and appliances, namely, plate, strap knee guards for mechanically treating joint dysfunction by compression of muscles and magnetic flux; Therapeutic compression straps for the arm; Therapeutic elbow band; Ankle and arch supports for therapeutic use; Cohesive stretch bandage used for taping in veterinary and sports medicine; Band for applying compression to at least portions of the leg for treatment of disease and ailments; Therapeutic compression strap, plate for the knee; Therapeutic knee brace; Therapeutic compression strap for the ankle; Therapeutic ankle band; 026; 039; 044
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