10 Recent Orthopedic and Spine Device Company Partnerships and Acquisitions

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.


Josh Sandberg

Josh Sandberg is the President of Ortho Spine Partners and Partner for The De Angelis Group. He also serves as Co-Founder and Editor of OrthoSpineNews.

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