Posted on November 6, 2012
Sturbridge, Massachusetts, November 6, 2012 – Optim LLC, a designer and manufacturer of portable endoscopic technologies announced the launch of its new Mobile FEES™ system. FEES (Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing) is becoming a growing need for ENT and speech pathology clinicians. Optim’s Mobile FEES System allows clinicians to set-up portable or office based FEES programs within their practice. The system includes a portable flexible endoscope, video camera, FDA cleared software, and related accessories all within a portable case.
Turnkey Training Included
One of the key features of the new system is the inclusion of training by qualified clinicians. Optim has engaged SEC Medical as its exclusive sales and training partner for the product. SEC is a leader in medical speech pathology, education, training, and business practices.
“We are excited to launch Mobile FEES for our customers, who have expressed interest in expanding into FEES diagnostics,” said Jeff Barrett, CEO of Optim LLC. “Our goal is to provide a complete turnkey product including our portable flexible nasopharyngoscope, proprietary camera software, clinical training, and warrantee and support.”
“Optim’s new Mobile FEES System is a perfect fit for SEC Medical’s offering in speech pathology education, training, and business practices,” said Kay Neilson, Co-Founder of SEC Medical. The initial feedback from customers to our integrated product and training approach has been phenomenal.”
Optim (www.optim-llc.com) is a designer and manufacturer of specialty endoscopic technologies for the ENT, allergy and speech pathology markets. The company’s flagship product, the ENTity nasopharyngoscope, uses the company’s patented OptiLux™ LED technology to produce the highest quality image in the industry, all within a portable scope with no external light source.
About SEC Medical
SEC Medical (www.secmedicalspeech.com) is a leader in the speech pathology training, education, and business practice consulting. SEC specializes in training for FEES/FEESST, laryngeal sensory testing, video stroboscopy, modified barium swallow studies, and swallowing disorders programming.