Denver-based medical device company received accolades from three top business organizations for its 2016 accomplishments
TranS1 recently announced that it earned recognition for its efforts in innovation, leadership, and the advancement of new technologies in Colorado from three leading business organizations.
“TranS1’s mission is to develop breakthrough medical innovations, therefore, it is an honor to be recognized by 80/95, Colorado Technology Association, and ColoradoBiz Magazine as a leading innovator in Colorado,” said Jeff Schell, president and CEO of TranS1. “The strong talent base and business community in Denver are crucial factors in our success.”
TranS1 established operations in Denver in February 2015. The company offers technologies that solve spinal pathologies, including the AxiaLIF system, which has been on the market for a decade. TranS1 released a suite of new products in October 2016. Among those products are an MIS Pedicle Screw System, a TLIF/PLIF IBF System, and a Cervical Interbody System. Also in October, the company announced plans to launch the Capital Bone Graft Harvester and Pylon Graft Delivery system in 2017.
“I am proud of our team’s accomplishments in 2016, and with more than 10 new technologies in our pipeline, including multiple proprietary innovations poised to launch, 2017 will prove to be an even bigger year,” Schell explained.
TranS1 develops medical breakthroughs to solve spinal pathologies that minimize trauma to the tissues surrounding the spine. The company’s flagship product, AxiaLIF+, is a minimally invasive option for surgeons to accomplish spinal fusion at the L5-S1 joint. For more information, visit www.trans1.com.