OrthAlign welcomes Dr. Steven Haas to executive surgeon council advisory board: 5 things to know

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | January 10, 2018 | Print  |

Steven Haas, MD, chief of knee services at New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery, joined OrthAlign’s executive surgeon council advisory board.

Her are five things to know:


1. OrthAlign’s executive surgeon council works with the company’s management and product development teams to develop sensor-based surgical navigation technologies.


2. Dr. Haas has contributed to more than 90 publications and speaks nationally and internationally on hip and knee topics.


3. He established himself as a developer of ground-breaking surgical techniques and instrumentation for minimally invasive surgery.


4. OrthAlign’s flagship device KneeAlign uses instrument-mounted sensor navigation to give surgeons real-time guidance during knee replacement procedures.


5. The company launched UniAlign in 2017 to allow surgeons to perform partial knee replacements with the same features as KneeAlign.


“We are pleased to have Dr. Haas join our very talented and engaged board of surgeon advisors, and to bring with him his wealth of experience and history of innovation in this space,” Eric Timko, chairman and CEO of OrthAlign, said. “As we continue to expand our platform of indications, we look forward to evolving

KneeAlign and building a suite of applications that make OrthAlign’s technologies the go-to solution for their ease of use, economics and clinical results.”


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