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The Orthopedic Industry’s Top Choice for
Retained Recruiting

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Lost a giant in Orthopedics, Dr. David Hungerford

ALL ORTHO MOURNS THE PASSING OF DR. DAVID S. HUNGERFORD (Orthopedics This Week) When you ask friends and former colleagues about hip and knee replacement pioneer David S. Hungerford, M.D., 80, who passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from complications of brain cancer related to melanoma, the...

Stryker acquires OrthoSpace for biodegradable balloon technology for $220M

Stryker (NYSE:SYK) said today that it put $220 million on the table for OrthoSpace and its InSpace rotator cuff repair device. Stryker said it paid $110 million in up-front cash and agreed to another $110 million in potential milestones for the Caesarea, Israel-based company....

Smith & Nephew acquires Brainlab’s orthopaedic joint reconstruction business

Smith & Nephew acquires Brainlab assets, teases next-gen robotic surgical platform (MassDevice) Smith & Nephew (NYSE:SNN) said yesterday that it acquired Brainlab‘s orthopedic joint reconstruction business and teased the unveiling of a next-generation surgical robotics...

Smith & Nephew acquires skin substitute for $660M (~5X sales)

Smith & Nephew buys skin substitute maker for $660M (MedTechDive) Dive Brief: Smith & Nephew announced Tuesday it has agreed to pay $660 million to acquire Osiris Therapeutics to expand its presence in the fast-growing regenerative medicine market. The company also announced it...

Think Surgical raises $134M for robotic joint replacements prior to entering US market

Think Surgical raises $134m for TSolution One robotic joint replacement device (MassDevice) Think Surgical yesterday reported a funding round worth $134 million for the robot-assisted orthopedic surgery device it makes. The Fremont, Calif.-based company’s TSolution One is designed for...

A Technical Review of Additive Manufacturing in Orthopedics

(Guest article written by Brian McLaughlin, Amplify, Inc.)  The History of AM in Orthopedics Additive Manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, has been used in Orthopedics for many years, from companies such as Pipeline Orthopedics (now part of Stryker) to Exactech, among many others.  The technology...

Read the Latest Orthopedic News

Lost a giant in Orthopedics, Dr. David Hungerford

ALL ORTHO MOURNS THE PASSING OF DR. DAVID S. HUNGERFORD (Orthopedics This Week) When you ask friends and former colleagues about hip and knee replacement pioneer David S. Hungerford, M.D., 80, who passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from complications of brain cancer related to melanoma, the...

Stryker acquires OrthoSpace for biodegradable balloon technology for $220M

Stryker (NYSE:SYK) said today that it put $220 million on the table for OrthoSpace and its InSpace rotator cuff repair device. Stryker said it paid $110 million in up-front cash and agreed to another $110 million in potential milestones for the Caesarea, Israel-based company....

Smith & Nephew acquires Brainlab’s orthopaedic joint reconstruction business

Smith & Nephew acquires Brainlab assets, teases next-gen robotic surgical platform (MassDevice) Smith & Nephew (NYSE:SNN) said yesterday that it acquired Brainlab‘s orthopedic joint reconstruction business and teased the unveiling of a next-generation surgical robotics...

Smith & Nephew acquires skin substitute for $660M (~5X sales)

Smith & Nephew buys skin substitute maker for $660M (MedTechDive) Dive Brief: Smith & Nephew announced Tuesday it has agreed to pay $660 million to acquire Osiris Therapeutics to expand its presence in the fast-growing regenerative medicine market. The company also announced it...

Think Surgical raises $134M for robotic joint replacements prior to entering US market

Think Surgical raises $134m for TSolution One robotic joint replacement device (MassDevice) Think Surgical yesterday reported a funding round worth $134 million for the robot-assisted orthopedic surgery device it makes. The Fremont, Calif.-based company’s TSolution One is designed for...

A Technical Review of Additive Manufacturing in Orthopedics

(Guest article written by Brian McLaughlin, Amplify, Inc.)  The History of AM in Orthopedics Additive Manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, has been used in Orthopedics for many years, from companies such as Pipeline Orthopedics (now part of Stryker) to Exactech, among many others.  The technology...

Tiger is an Orthopedic lifer. experience in the industry as an Engineer, Executive, & now Retained Recruiter, He is a super-connector, influencer, & startup insider in the Orthopedics industry.

As a trusted, retained orthopedic recruiter,

Tiger provides talent to startup orthopedic companies in the areas of: Engineering, R&D, Marketing, Regulatory, Clinical, Quality
and Operations.  

Tiger is also the Founder and Editor of the OrthoStreams blog.

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