10 Recent Orthopedic and Spine Device Company Partnerships and Acquisitions

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Biomedical Structures, a biomedical textiles provider, acquired Concordia Medical, a medical implant technology provider.

DJO Global acquired Dr. Comfort, a therapeutic footwear company focused on solutions for diabetic patients, for $254.6 million.

DJO Global
acquired Elastic Therapy, a medical compression therapy products manufacturer, for an undisclosed amount.

A letter of intent has been signed between BoneGrafix, a privately held medical device and biomaterials company, and Global Biotech, announcing Global Biotech’s minority stake in BoneGrafix through an equity investment.

Regenerative medicine company Kensey Nash entered into a manufacturing agreement with Orteq Sportsmedicine, a medical device company specializing in polymer technology for meniscal repair.

Lima, a European orthopedic implant company, partnered with DJO Global to expand offerings in the U.S. implant market.

Orthofix‘s sports medicine division signed a contract with Novation to be the exclusive manufacturer of cold therapy products for the NOVAPLUS technology.

Biomaterial products manufacturer MiMedx Group acquired Surgical Biologics, a development company focused on developing technology for tissue-producing techniques for creating implants.

Key assets of NovaLign Orthopaedics were acquired by Somana Orthopaedics, which will market the technology under the TaperBody brand.

Zimmer recently entered into a $13 million one year contract with the Department of Defense for orthopedic implants.

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