Providing Key Updates on TracPatch®, Business Development, and Strategic Relationships El Dorado Hills, CA – Consensus Orthopedics, Inc. (“Consensus”), a global medical technology and joint reconstruction company, is pleased to announce that the company will participate at the Canaccord Genuity Musculoskeletal Conference. The conference is being held on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at the
El Dorado Hills, CA, February 28, 2018: Consensus Orthopedics, developer of the TracPatch wearable device, is advancing orthopedic care through the power of connected technology. Looking to expand its product offerings, Consensus has begun development on TracPatch ACL and TracPatch Hip. Consensus is showcasing the TracPatch ACL and Hip technology at the American Academy of Orthopedic
Curt Wiedenhoefer, President of Consensus Orthopedics, explains how TracPatch is revolutionizing the orthopedic industry and surgical care management.
Becker’s ASC Review published an article with 3 key points for TracPatch. El Dorado Hills, Calif.-based Consensus Orthopedics created the TracPatch to help providers monitor a patient’s post-total knee replacement recovery. Here’s what you should know: 1. The TracPatch is a wearable piece of technology placed on a patient’s leg below the joint line. The
OrthoSpineNews has recently interviewed Curt Wiedenhoefer, President of Consensus Orthopedics, about TracPatch and the future of orthopedic wearable technology. “I first got to know Curt Wiedenhoefer in 1988 when we were both working with Richards Medical, now Smith & Nephew. He was a young salesman working in Southern California selling trauma and hip and knee products.
TracPatch, Consensus Orthopedics' new wearable device, has been spotlighted by Financial Content. Consensus Orthopedics, a joint reconstruction manufacturer, proudly announces its entry into the orthopedic wearable devices market. TracPatch is a groundbreaking wearable device that remotely monitors a patient’s post-surgical activities by continuously sending activity data, including range of motion (ROM), ambulation, exercise compliance, and
Market Watch has just published an article that discusses TracPatch’s entry into the wearable device market. TracPatch is expected to add tremendous value to not only patients, but also to the orthopedic industry. Dr. Shervin Oskouei, MD, Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery, Emory University School of Medicine, said “TracPatch can add tremendous value to the entire