Tradition
meets
Innovation

In the development of medical devices since 1904

Modern patient and customer-oriented equipment

The founding of TUR group is an important milestone in our quest toward the establishment of the complete customer support service stipulated in our corporate philosophy.

We use the Isokinetic system "ISOFORCE" in our Applied Human Movement Sciences working group since 2013 for clinical and scientific research questions.
Among other things, a scientific publication was recently published from our working group on the subject "Reliability of muscle strength and hamstrings to quadriceps strength imbalance ratios during concentric, isometric and eccentric maximal voluntary contractions using the isoforce dynamometer" in the prestigious Journal of Sports Medicine. In addition, we use successfully the system for clinical applications in the context of rehabilitation. Operation of the ISOFORCE system is easy to learn and clearly structured.

– Prof. Dr. med. Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Bader Leiter Forschungslabor
Forschungslabor für Biomechanik und Implantattechnologie

Quality, reliability and perfection

Trends, customer needs and markets are constantly changing. To be successful we should take active part in the changes reshaping this marketplace, coming up with a steady stream of new products, ideas and achievements. We are a part of these changes. We offer a broad product range in the fields of:

  • Isokinetic therapy

  • Software & hardware development

  • User interface technology

  • Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

  • Inhalation therapy

  • Medical aesthetic

TUR Therapietechnik Rostock was founded on 4. Nov. 2004 and engages in the development, manufacture and distribution of medical devices. In 2005 the brand and the manufacturing sector were taken over by TUR-Elektromedizin. The company could now build on a tradition going back to 1938 in the development of devices for physical therapy and rehabilitation.

A complete set of work simulation accessories and a universal functional pattern adapter -fly wheel- perfects the isoforce isokinetic range.

2018

TUR sponsor and becomes partner of the Body Health Clinic in Berlin. TUR academy organizes training and seminars and is housed in the clinic.

2017

The Thermatur line is successfully redesigned and presented for the first time during Medica trade fair in November of the same year.

2016

The new cryotherapy air flow system Cryotur STREAM is introduced to the market.

2015

TUR develops a new hypoxy and hyperoxy therapy system. It is commercialized under the name CellAir One by its exclusive commercial partners for the technology Cellgym.

2013

The development of the totally new equipment generation is completed and series production and delivery can get underway.

Feb 2007

TUR GmbH is founded in Dresden with a focus on carrying out marketing and distribution for the TuR group of companies.

Jan 2007

TUR Elektromedizin plus GmbH is founded in Hohen Neuendorf with the objective of developing a new generation of "human interfaces" for electromedicine and other applications.

2006

Shortly after its founding, Therapietechnik Rostock GmbH purchases the assets for the development, production and distribution of devices for physical therapy and electromedical cosmetics from TuR-Elektromedizin GmbH and acquires the brands "TUR elektromedizin" and "TUR cosmetics". With only 10 employees the company is now starting out again just as small as it was at the time of its founding in 1904.

2004

Restructuring following German reunification

While Siemens takes over the sector of x-ray technology, the sector of transformers, instrument transformers and high-voltage technology goes to the Ritz Group. As a result of a management buyout and the founding of TuR-Elektromedizin GmbH in Hohen Neuendorf near Berlin, the business sector of medical electronics – with a focus on physical therapy – is now independent.

1991

TuR employs more than 5,000 people.

1989

The company adopts its well-known logo in time for the Leipzig Spring Fair.

1958

Start-up of the production of devices for physical therapy. As a result of the takeover of the company ELMED in Hohen Neuendorf near Berlin in 1964, this business sector becomes one of the mainstays of TuR's business.

1950

The company located in East Germany is expropriated and is now state-owned. Several years later VEB TuR (Transformer and X-Ray Factory Dresden) is founded.

1946

The work force now numbers 1,840

1943

Koch & Sterzel employ more than 200 people

After the first world war the business sectors of power transformers, high-voltage testing equipment and instrument transformers evolve into mainstays of the company. Between 1923 and 1932 the company also produces radios.

1914

On 1 October of this year Franz Josef Koch and Kurt August Sterzel found the company Koch&Sterzel "Special Factory for Scientific Apparatuses and Instruments" in Dresden, Germany. The development and manufacture of x-ray equipment by the company is based on basic patents – especially patents obtained by the company's founders. The company employs 10 people; from the beginning it is one of the most innovative medical technology firms.

1904