Enable Me Hires New Team

Enable Me welcomes Army veteran John Estorga, recent USF graduate Abigail Cranston to its customer service team

TAMPA, Fla. — Enable Me, a Tampa-based provider of technologically-advanced and user-friendly movement therapy devices, is growing again. Enable Me welcomes John Estorga and Abigail Cranston to its customer service team. Estorga, an Army veteran, brings more than 14 years of experience in multi-intelligence environments in time-sensitive report writing, briefing, training, quality assurance and customer service. He has served as …

Movement therapy device provider Enable Me names entrepreneur Joseph Scanlan as president

TAMPA, FL — Enable Me, a Tampa-based provider of technologically-advanced, user-friendly movement therapy devices, has named Joseph Scanlan president. Scanlan brings more than 30 years of entrepreneurial experience in leadership, marketing, sales, operations and personnel development to Enable Me. Scanlan’s background stretches across the healthcare, manufacturing, distribution, real estate and environmental industries. Formerly a certified public accountant (CPA) with Deloitte, …

Enable Me Welcomes Two New Customer Service Reps, Expands Staff

TAMPA, Fla. — Isabella Bovero and Magdalena Arosemena have joined the customer service team at Enable Me, a Tampa-based provider of technologically-advanced and user-friendly movement therapy devices. Bovero and Arosemena share backgrounds in sales and service, and will add to Enable Me’s customer-centric mission. Bovero has most recently served in sales for Nike, as a freelance marketer in content creation …

Studies show early mobility therapies reduce length of ICU stay

Patients leave ICU earlier, cutting costs for healthcare providers with mobility therapy TAMPA, Fla. – Healthcare facilities can cut intensive care unit (ICU) patient length of stay an average of more than two days and generate hefty savings by taking advantage of the new breed of motor-assisted, technologically-advanced movement therapy devices, according to research found by Tampa-based EnableMe. “The research …