Orthopedic Design & Technology, a publication serving the field of orthopedic product development and manufacturing, has named Reflexion Health among its ‘Orthopedic Technology Innovators of Note’ — an exclusive list of six innovators “disrupting ‘tried and true’ care protocols and offering what could be more effective alternatives.”
The FDA News has now officially reported that we’ve received 510(k) clearance for the use of our VERA™ digital PT assistant for “rehabilitating the trunk and upper extremities,” an extension of our earlier FDA clearance for the treatment of lower extremities (i.e., knee and hip replacement surgery).
MobiHealthNews, a leading publication covering the latest trends and developments in digital healthcare, has published a report examining our recent 510(k) clearance from the FDA for the use of our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) platform in the treatment of trunk and upper extremities.
Reflexion Health is proud to be among the winners of the 2019 Health Value Awards for our work in Specialty Musculoskeletal Care. As one of the few companies chosen among 85 finalists, the awards are a validation, in the words of organizers Validation Institution, of our “mission to provide better health outcomes at lower cost.”
A new article explores the history and success of Reflexion Health as a finalist in the first-ever Xconomy Awards San Diego, where we’ve been nominated as a finalist in the “Digital Trailblazer” category — a collection of companies that “highlight the wide variety of healthtech ideas” emanating from San Diego.
Having secured 510(k) clearance from the FDA to extend our flagship VERA product for use with trunk and upper extremities, we’re excited to announce the imminent launch of new modules designed for a variety of applications, including spine surgery recovery and helping individuals who suffer from lower back pain.
The International Congress for Joint Reconstruction has published an article covering the study presented by the Yale University School of Medicine at the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting showing the effectiveness of our VERA™ telerehab platform in helping total joint arthroplasty, surgeons “save money without sacrificing patient outcomes.“
On March 14 and 15, the Duke Clinical Research Institute and Yale New Haven Health will present findings at AAOS 2019 showing groundbreaking results in adult reconstruction knee surgery rehab and practice management/rehabilitation achieved with our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) telerehab platform.