OrthoPediatrics competitors

OrthoPediatrics's competitors include eNeura, ProNova Solutions, Boston Biomedical Associates and Ceterix Orthopaedics
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OrthoPediatrics
OrthoPediatrics designs, develops, manufactures, and distributes orthopedic implants and instruments for pediatric orthopedic surgeons.
eNeura
eNeura Therapeutics, a medical technology company, develops transcranial magnetic stimulation devices for the treatment of migraines.
ProNova Solutions
Redefining the future of cancer treatment by delivering a lower-cost, smaller, lighter and more energy efficient proton therapy solution.
Boston Biomedical Associates
Boston Biomedical Associates provides medical device and biomedical companies with comprehensive, proven methodologies to help bring new technologies to market.
Ceterix Orthopaedics
Ceterix Orthopaedics develops novel surgical tools for arthroscopic procedures.
Founding Date
Founding Date
2006
Founding Date
2000
Founding Date
2010
Founding Date
2000
Founding Date
2010
Type
Type
Public
Type
Private
Type
Private
Type
Private
Type
Private
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Locations
Locations
Warsaw, US HQ
Locations
Baltimore, US HQ
Sunnyvale, US
Locations
Maryville, US HQ
Locations
Marlborough, US HQ
Locations
Fremont, US HQ
Employees
Employees
15050% increase
Employees
1525% increase
Employees
761% decrease
Employees
623% decrease
Employees
141
Twitter followers
Twitter followers
N/A
Twitter followers
N/A
Twitter followers
120
Twitter followers
288
Twitter followers
199

Funding

Latest funding round
Latest funding round
N/A
Latest funding round
$ 6.4m (over 2 years ago)
Latest funding round
$ 2.7m (almost 4 years ago)
Latest funding round
N/A
Latest funding round
$ 35m (over 3 years ago)
Total funding raised
Total funding raised
$ 39m
Total funding raised
$ 30.9m
Total funding raised
$ 40.2m
Total funding raised
N/A
Total funding raised
$ 53m
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eNeura
HQ
Baltimore, US
Employees
15↑ 25% increase

eNeura Therapeutics, a medical technology company, develops transcranial magnetic stimulation devices for the treatment of migraines.

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ProNova Solutions
HQ
Maryville, US
Employees
76↓ 1% decrease

Redefining the future of cancer treatment by delivering a lower-cost, smaller, lighter and more energy efficient proton therapy solution.

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Boston Biomedical Associates
HQ
Marlborough, US
Employees
62↓ 3% decrease

Boston Biomedical Associates provides medical device and biomedical companies with comprehensive, proven methodologies to help bring new technologies to market.

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Ceterix Orthopaedics
HQ
Fremont, US
Employees
141

Ceterix Orthopaedics develops novel surgical tools for arthroscopic procedures.

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