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Company Overview of AOI Medical, Inc.

Company Overview

AOI Medical, Inc., a medical devices company, engages in the development and commercialization of orthopedic medical devices for spine and trauma markets in the United States. The company develops platform technologies, which include Ascendx vertebral compression fracture reduction system (Ascendx), balloon assisted management of trauma fractures (BAMF Trauma), and motion preserving cervical dynamic stabilization plate (Cervical Plate). Its Ascendx platform is a set of tools for treating vertebral compression fractures of the spine caused by osteoporosis and trauma, as well as benign and malignant lesions, such as metastatic cancers and myeloma. The company’s BAMF Trauma platform is an infla...

2100 North Alafaya Trail

Suite 100

Orlando, FL 32826

United States

Founded in 2004





Key Executives for AOI Medical, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 53
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President of Operations
Executive Director
Age: 52
Company Secretary
Age: 54
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

AOI Medical, Inc. Key Developments

AOI Medical, Inc. Presents at 12th Annual Needham Healthcare Conference, Apr-30-2013 08:40 AM

AOI Medical, Inc. Presents at 12th Annual Needham Healthcare Conference, Apr-30-2013 08:40 AM. Venue: The Westin Grand Central Hotel, 212 East 42nd Street, New York, New York, United States.

AOI Medical, Inc. Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance for its Ascendx VCF Repair System

AOI Medical, Inc. has received FDA 510(k) clearance for its Ascendx VCF Repair System. Previously, the Company has received FDA clearance for its Ascendx Acu-Cut Vertebral Augmentation System. Both products, which are used to treat vertebral compression fractures (VCF), are also approved for marketing in Europe. A vertebral compression fracture forces a vertebra to collapse, and the spinal column above it to assume an abnormal forward curve, resulting in considerable back pain and a hunchbacked appearance. Current standard procedures for treating VCFs are 'vertebroplasty' and 'kyphoplasty.' While traditional technologies require passing next to both sides of the spinal cord to reach the entire vertebral body, the Ascendx products are designed to achieve this through minimally invasive single-sided access. The Ascendx VCF Repair System is designed to enable the physicians, including spine surgeons and interventional radiologists, to place a single bolus of bone cement (PMMA) in the center of the vertebra with the balloon still inflated.

AOI Medical, Inc. Begins Commercialization in Europe

AOI Medical, Inc. announced that it has begun commercial shipments to Europe of its Ascendx VCF Repair System to treat vertebral compression fractures (VCF). The company's distribution network includes Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Turkey and France.

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