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Touch Bionics hires Davie Mendelsohn as national sales director

Hilliard, OH - Touch Bionics, developer of advanced upper-limb bionic technologies, has announced the hiring of Davie Mendelsohn as the company's national sales director, effective immediately.

Mendelsohn brings with her extensive experience in the prosthetics field, having most recently held the position of regional vice president of sales and operations with Otto Bock Healthcare, where she worked for over a decade. Her deep sales experience, coupled with front-line patient care experience as a registered nurse, uniquely positions her to recognize the needs of prospective patients, partners and customers of Touch Bionics.

"I'm thrilled to be joining Touch Bionics in this role as it's clear that the company is at the forefront of both technology and patient care," said Mendelsohn. "Its exciting products and ambitious team make the company a highly respected organization in the industry and I am looking forward to being a member of this team."

Mendelsohn will be based out of Hilliard, Ohio, where Touch Bionics has its U.S. headquarters and also the site of the recently opened Touch Life Center, the company's clinical offering opened especially to support the roll out of the ProDigits bionic fingers product. She will oversee the activities of the company's salespeople across the U.S.

"It's an exciting time in our company's growth and the addition of Davie to the team will ensure that our sales efforts are cohesive from coast to coast," said Mark Ford, vice president of North American operations."We look forward to levering her extensive experience in this field and welcome her to the company."

About Touch Bionics

Touch Bionics is a leading developer of advanced upper-limb prosthetics. In late 2009, Touch Bionics brought to market ProDigits, the world's first bionic fingers for partial hand amputees. This revolutionary product followed the 2007 launch of the i-LIMB Hand, a first-to-market prosthetic device with five individually powered digits. The acquisition of LIVINGSKIN in 2008 enabled the company to apply its commercial and technical expertise into new cosmesis solutions for multi-articulating hands and digits. Touch Bionics continues to develop leading-edge technologies for the treatment of patients with upper-limb deficiencies. For more information, visit