TSolution One® Total Knee Application

THINK Surgical® is transforming total knee arthroplasty (TKA) with the FDA cleared TSolution One® Total Knee Application. Fully automated bone preparation completed with accuracy and consistency can give surgeons new confidence that each personalized TKA procedure will be meticulously delivered according to plan.

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CT DICOM data of the patient’s affected joint is uploaded into the TPLAN® 3D Planning Workstation, which converts the data into a three-dimensional virtual bone model1.

STEP 2 –

The surgeon uses the TPLAN 3D Planning Workstation to view and position the 3D model of the patient’s bone and joint anatomy, select the ideal implant, and define the optimal placement and alignment.

STEP 3 –

The TCAT® active robot prepares the bone while the surgeon supervises the procedure, watching the monitor and cutting tool to ensure proper system operation.
The surgeon places the implant and finishes the procedure2.

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1 TPLAN® Instructions for Use. 2019.
2 TCAT® Instructions for Use. 2019.

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THINK Surgical and Curexo Announce Entry Into Development and Distribution Agreement

August 4th, 2022|

(FREMONT, CA) August 1, 2022 – THINK Surgical, Inc., an innovator in the field of orthopedic surgical robots, today announced its entry into a development and distribution agreement with Curexo, Inc., a medical robotics specialist company based in South Korea. THINK and Curexo have a strong working relationship based on historical development collaboration and Curexo distributes THINK’s TSolution One™ platform in Korea and Vietnam. Under the development and distribution agreement, THINK and Curexo will work together to include certain existing THINK technology and certain newly developed technology in Curexo’s CUVIS-Joint orthopedic surgical robot platform. THINK will have exclusive rights to distribute the CUVIS-Joint robotic platform, including the additional technology, in the United States and other countries, including the United Kingdom [...]

Think Surgical Appoints Park Mehendale as Vice President of Operations 

July 27th, 2022|

(FREMONT, CA) July 26, 2022 - THINK Surgical, Inc., an innovator in the field of orthopedic surgical robots, today announced the appointment of Parikshit (Park) Mehendale as vice president of operations.  Mr. Mehendale brings nearly 20 years of global operations, supply chain, and engineering management experience to the THINK organization. At THINK, Mr. Mehendale will lead supply chain, strategic sourcing, and new product transfer to operations. Before joining THINK, Mr. Mehendale served as vice president of manufacturing at Conformis Inc., where he led operations, manufacturing engineering, and new product commercialization efforts across multiple sites. Prior to Conformis, Mr. Mehendale served in leadership roles at Stryker, Zimmer-Biomet, and United Technologies.  “We are excited that Park has joined our leadership team.” said Stuart [...]

Chris Fronk Promoted to Chief Commercial Officer of THINK Surgical

July 15th, 2022|

(FREMONT, CA) July 14, 2022 - THINK Surgical, Inc., an innovator in the field of orthopedic surgical robots, today announced the appointment of Chris Fronk as the Chief Commercial Officer.  Mr. Fronk joined THINK Surgical in January 2022 as VP Sales and has added tremendous value to the company in a short period of time. Based on his nearly two decades of experience in selling enabling technologies such as navigation and surgical robots, Mr. Fronk has great instincts regarding customer expectations, commercial models and user experiences with enabling technologies. He also has great instincts for talent. These instincts will allow Chris to build a powerful commercial team and shape an effective commercial strategy for THINK Surgical. In this expanded role, Mr. Fronk [...]

THINK Surgical and Concordia University Receive NSERC Alliance and MEDTEQ+ 3-Year Grant to Develop Artificial Intelligence for Robotic Surgery

April 28th, 2022|

THINK Surgical, Inc., a leading innovator in the field of robotic surgery, is pleased to announce a collaborative project between Concordia University and THINK Surgical funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada and MEDTEQ+. The focus of this project will be on developing advanced image registration algorithms using machine learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI). The results may then be incorporated in THINK Surgical’s next-generation robotic solutions for orthopedic surgery. NSERC is the national funding agency of the Government of Canada and will be supporting this project under the Alliance program, whose grants are peer-reviewed and highly competitive. MEDTEQ+ is the pan-Canadian industry-led consortium for research and innovation in medical technologies. The total direct funding for [...]

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