Its knee MAKOplasty surgical solution enables resurfacing of one or two specific diseased compartments of the joint preserving significantly more soft tissue and healthy bone of the knee.
The company also provides RIO robotic arm interactive orthopedic system, including a tactile robotic arm utilizing an integrated bone cutting instrument; and a patient specific visualization component that offers pre-operative and intra-operative guidance to the orthopedic surgeon, enabling minimally invasive and tissue sparing bone removal and knee implant insertion.
MAKO Surgical also offers the RESTORIS family of implants for use in single and bi-compartmental knee resurfacing procedures.
The company markets its products directly, as well as through independent orthopedic product agents and distributors. MAKO Surgical Corp. was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Dr. Maurice R. Ferré M.D., Chairman, President & CEO
Fritz LaPorte, CFO
Richard Leparmentier, SNVP, Engineering
Lawrence Gibbons, SNVP Regulatory Affairs
Ivan Delevic, SNVP Marketing
MAKO Surgical is an innovative medical device company for the Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopedic System, which is a less invasive method for knee resurfacing as well as a new procedure for total hip arthroplasty that are comprised of technologies covering more than 300 patents.
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