Orthofix Medical Inc. (NASDAQ:OFIX) was established in 1987, formerly known as Orthofix International NV, changed to its current name in July 2018, headquartered in Louisville, Texas, and employs 1,055 full-time employees , Is a medical device company that provides musculoskeletal rehabilitation products and therapies worldwide.
Orthofix Medical Inc. (OFIX):
Since 1980, Orthofix has continued to grow and become one of the world’s leading medical device companies focusing on musculoskeletal products and therapies. Orthofix was founded in Verona, Italy and is now headquartered in Louisville, Texas. Orthofix is committed to improving patients’ lives through outstanding reconstruction and regenerable spine and limb solutions.
Orpheus International operates in two areas: Global Spine and Global Extremities.
- Global Spine-manufactures, distributes and provides support services for bone growth stimulator devices that enhance bone fusion, and is used as a treatment method for non-spine appendix fractures. The department also designs, develops and sells a series of sports preservation and fixation implant products for spinal surgery; as well as a series of regeneration products and tissue forms that enable doctors to treat various spinal and orthopedic diseases.
- Global Extremities-designs, develops and sells orthopedic products for fracture repair, deformity correction and bone reconstruction procedures.
Orpheus International’s cutting-edge products are sold in more than 70 countries around the world. Orthofix collaborates with leading clinical organizations such as MTF Biologics and Children’s Organization of Scottish Church of Worship in Texas. In fact, many innovative products of Orpheus International are the result of close cooperation between our team members and leading doctors and medical institutions.
Orpheus International Corporation conducts marketing and distribution through direct sales representatives; independent distributors; and hiring and independent sales representatives to physicians, hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, integrated medical systems, and other purchasing organizations.