Titan Spine, Spineology & more: 12 spine, orthopedic device companies with the top funding rounds

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | April 17, 2018 | Print  |

Here are 12 orthopedic and spine device companies who completed funding rounds in the last year.

The companies are listed from most funding raised to least.

Infervision, a Beijing, China-based artificial intelligence company developing medical imaging technology, raised $47 million in series B+ financing from existing and new investors.

Healthcare startup Paige.ai raised $25 million for its work in cancer diagnosis through computer vision trained with clinical imaging data.

Conventus Orthopaedics raised $20 million to fund and commercialize fracture repair therapies.

Hyalex Orthopaedics completed a $16 million series A financing round.

Silverback Therapeutics, a startup headed by Peter Thompson, MD, raised $10 million in venture funding.

OrthAlign raised $10 million in a series D financing round.

During Spineology's latest round of funding, the company secured $10 million.

AxioMed closed its first round of funding, with its anticipated second round already securing $10 million in pledges.

Augmedics secured $8.3 million in series A funding for its augmented-reality surgical visualization system, ViZOR System.

Titan Spine, based in Mequon, Wis., raised another $7.5 million for its series D funding round, which is now at $15 million.

Atlanta-based Vertera Spine raised $3 million from 29 investors.

Micro C, a medical device startup that manufactures a handheld X-ray and digital camera imaging device for orthopedic surgeons, raised an additional $1 million in funding, bringing their total seed amount to $2.2 million.

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