FREI AG - 35 years of Competency and Quality FREI AG has stood for competent consulting and service and for quality products and innovations since 35 years. In the period between 1976 and today, FREI AG grew to become one of the leading suppliers in the physiotherapy and fitness industries. The company is defined by successful innovations and the willingness to travel new roads. The broad product range offers everything which is suitable for use in the physiotherapy and fitness industries.

From exercise balls, AIREX gymnastic mats, and support materials, to electro-therapy devices, ergometers and treadmills, to treatment tables and medical training equipment - doctors, therapists, fitness centres, or health-conscious private customers can find everything at FREI AG. FREI AG sets standards with the products it develops, especially the treatment tables ARCUS® and THERAGYM® and the GENIUS® and GENIUS ECO® series exercising equipment. They combine design and optimal practical application. In 1996 the ARCUS treatment table was even distinguished with the RED DOT award for HIGH QUALITY DESIGN by the Designzentrum Nordrhein-Westfalen, and in 1999 the GENIUS push-up machine received this distinguished award as well. Finally, the red dot was also awarded to the THERA treatment table in 2002.

FREI AG offers innovative solutions for training optimisation, training monitoring, and documentation. FREI AG developed the GENIUSoCOACH analysis and training system - a multi-talented trainer combined with the GENIUS ECO training machines - specifically for this purpose. Or the CARDIOoCOACH for use in cardio applications. It uses the same memory device - the chip-egg - as the GENIUSoCOACH and all other applications in the software are also transferrable. In addition, FREI AG is not only distinguished by its production of highest quality medical products, but also provides consulting and support to its customers in all matters related to establishing a practice. The customised route to establishing or expanding a practice: the GENIUS spinal column concept.