Orthopedic, spine device company M&A & partnerships: 9 recent deals

Written by Anuja Vaidya | February 08, 2016 | Print  |

Here are nine recent mergers, acquisitions and partnership agreements that took place among spine and orthopedic companies.

Bone Therapeutics extended its collaboration with Kasios, a synthetic bone substitute specialist.


Exactech acquired its independent distribution partner Exactech Australia.


Stryker acquired Sage Products from Madison Dearborn Partners for $2.7 billion.


CTL Medical signed a definitive agreement to acquire AccelSPINE.


LDR made a minority investment in Poly-Shape, a French manufacturing company specializing in laser sintering.


EOS imaging formed a new partnership with Montreal-based Spinologics.


MiMedx signed a definitive agreement to acquire Stability Biologics.


Conmed completed its $265 million acquisition of SurgiQuest.


NuVasive acquired Ellipse Technologies, a medical device company focused on skeletal deformity.


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