Performance Health is a leader in consumer healthcare and the largest global manufacturer and distributor of products to the rehabilitation and sports medicine markets. The company’s products are sold to leading healthcare facilities and practitioners such as physical therapists, athletic trainers, and chiropractors, as well as direct to consumers. Its market-leading brands, which are sold in over 100 countries, include TheraBand®, Cramer®, Sammons Preston®, and Rolyan®. Performance Health is headquartered in the greater Chicago, Illinois area, with significant operations both in the US and internationally.


We help people feel good, perform better and live their best. 


To be a global leader in rehabilitation, recovery, and sports performance. 


We always operate with the highest integrity.
We work collaboratively.
We are passionate about achieving results.

Performance Health acknowledges Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

Performance Health is building an inclusive workplace to encourage the potential of our employees, embrace difference and apply diverse thinking to our customers challenges to create innovation that enhances service delivery.

Performance Health is dedicated to the consideration, support and inclusion of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTQIA people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds in all aspects of our organisation.


We provide more than just the best products. We offer the best selection and service, education, insights and training to help you achieve at your highest level of performance, however you define it.


  • TheraBand – the world’s leading exercise therapy system and range of resistance, stability and mobility systems.
  • Rolyan – the leading name in hand therapy and the gold standard in thermoplastic splinting. The Rolyan thermoplastic range includes, Polyform, Polyflex II, Aquaplast, TailorSplint, Ezeform, Synergy and San-Splint.
  • Jamar – gold standard measurement and evaluation equipment used by hand therapists and hospitals around the world.
  • Days – very well established brand in the occupational therapy market known for its quality range of mobility products.
  • Homecraft – synonymous with “Aids to Daily Living” products with an extensive range of homecare, bathroom and assisted living products.
  • Metron – quality range of physiotherapy and specialist practice tables.
  • Tumble Forms 2 – the most trusted name in paediatrics with a range of positioning, sensory and play equipment.
  • Vulkan – best-selling range of orthopaedic braces and supports   
  • Neen - the leading name in pelvic health, since 1975. Since then, we’ve worked closely with key opinion leaders in Women’s Health Physiotherapy to develop a range of innovative products for health professionals and patients all over the world, products designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and treat the symptoms of incontinence.


  • Saebo – the leader in innovative neurological rehabilitation products transforming the lives of people who have suffered stroke or brain injury.
  • Kinetec – the trusted name in continuous passive motion devices (CPMs) used in orthopaedic post-operative recovery and customisable hospital traction systems to fit all leading brands of beds. 


Ausmedic Australia Pty Ltd. trading as Performance Health ANZ is a wholly owned part of the Performance Health Group, a multi-national healthcare organisation headquartered in the United States. The Performance Health name was adopted following the acquisition of Performance Health by Patterson Medical. Patterson Medical was divested by the Patterson Group of companies and purchased by private equity group Madison Dearborn Partners in 2015. 

In Australia and New Zealand, Patterson Medical purchased two long-established rehabilitation businesses: Ausmedic and Auckbritt in 2010; and Surgical Synergies in 2012.