About Intellirod Spine
Intellirod Spine™ (formerly OrthoData Inc.) was founded by renowned spine surgeon Rolando M. Puno, M.D. and professors from the University of Louisville. The company is developing a wireless implantable microelectronic spinal rod strain sensor. This innovative strain monitoring system will allow spine surgeons to objectively assess the strain on implanted spinal fusion rods.
The company raised series A financing in 2008 and 2009 for product development and testing iterations resulting in a pre-IDE meeting with the FDA in 2010. The company raised a B1 round of funding in March of 2013 including institutional investors Jumpstart and the City of Akron, Ohio.
Intellirod Spine™ closed on Ohio Third Frontier debt financing and additional equity financing totaling $1.9M in May 2014 completing the series B1 round. This capital has added key management and targets the completion of technical development, conducting an animal study and preparation for human trials.
LOADPRO™ Intraoperative Rod Strain Sensor
ACCUVISTA™ Postoperative Rod Strain Sensor
Intellirod Spine Receives First Ever Spine FDA De Novo Approval (External Link)
Intellirod Listed as Top 10 Biomechanics Solution Provider (External Link)
Intellirod Spine's New High-tech Measurement of Spine Healing (External Link)
Intellirod Spine recognized as a leading HealthTech Innovator in the 2017 Global Digital Health 100 (External Link)
Intellirod Spine™ Acquires New IP, First patient with LOADPRO™, and over $1M in New Financing (External Link)
Look for our abstract accepted at the North American Spine Society 32nd Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL October 25-28, 2017. (External Link)
Intellirod Spine Raises Over $1M (External Link)
Intellirod Spine Receives $1.6 Million Ohio Third Frontier Award
An Orthopedic Sensor To Report Progress of Spinal Fusion Aims to Reduce Use of CT Scans (External Link)
City of Akron Backs Intellirod Spine with $1.1 Million (External Link)
JumpStart Invests $250,000 in Intellirod Spine (External Link)
Intellirod Spine Arrives in Ohio with a Sensor Device for Spine Surgeries & $1.1M in New Investments (External Link)