Neil P. Dougherty Appointed Vice President of Sales for Spinal Simplicity’s Spine Division

Spinal Simplicity, a medical device company, today announced, September 4, 2020, that Neil P. Dougherty has been appointed Vice President of Sales for its Spine Division.

“We are delighted to welcome Neil to our team,” said Todd Moseley, CEO, and Co-Founder of Spinal Simplicity. “We were looking for a high character, high performing executive to grow our market share in the spine industry. Neil has a long and proven track record of success, and we are honored to welcome him to the Spinal Simplicity Team.”

Spinal Simplicity’s focus is on the design, development, and production of orthopedic implants and instrumentation that will change the way physicians treat their patients, improve outcomes, and have reproducible results. With a focus on quality, our products are designed to enhance patient care while providing physicians with a greater array of minimally invasive devices. Our innovative technology and sophisticated intellectual property portfolio are forging new territory in the spinal and orthopedic markets.

“The hiring of Neil is a significant growth multiplier for Spinal Simplicity,” said Brad Paddock, Spinal Simplicity Advisory Board Member and former President of the Global Spine Division for Stryker. “Neil’s previous success in the spine and medical device markets are second to none. His efforts will have an immediate impact on market utilization, sales performance, and stakeholder value.”

“I am honored to join the mission of Spinal Simplicity,” said Neil Dougherty. “The aim is clear: expanding access to the unique Minuteman® device. I am thrilled to be a part of the team that is improving patient access to a minimally invasive lateral solution for the treatment of the lumbar spine. Our commitment to our patients, doctors, and stakeholders are to be the most responsive, responsible, and respectful industry partners in the space. The months ahead will be fast and fun.”

Spinal Simplicity, LLC Releases HA Minuteman® G3

Spinal Simplicity releases HA Minuteman® G3 LEAWOOD, Kan., Aug. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Spinal Simplicity, a medical device company based in Overland Park, Kan., that develops innovative solutions to treat complex surgical problems, recently announced a new generation of their Minuteman® G3 fusion device that features an FDA-cleared coating of hydroxyapatite (HA).

Health Canada Approval

Spinal Simplicity, LLC Obtains Health Canada approval Spinal Simplicity, a medical device company based in Overland Park, Kan., that develops innovative solutions to treat complex surgical problems recently announced that it has received a Health Canada Medical Device License for its Minuteman® G3 and HA G3 spinal implants.

Spinal Simplicity Granted Six New Patents in 2016

Spinal Simplicity, a medical device company developing innovative solutions to treat complex surgical problems announces six new patents were granted to them in 2016, demonstrating the company’s ongoing commitment to innovation and leadership in the spinal and orthopedic medical device industry.

Gary Henley Joins Spinal Simplicity

Gary Henley joins Spinal Simplicity, LLC as an Advisor and to Serve on the Board of Managers.
Gary Henley is an accomplished medical device executive with over 34 years of experience in the orthopedic industry.

Richard Grant joins Spinal Simplicity, LLC as an Advisor and to serve on the Board of Managers

Implant manufacturer, Spinal Simplicity, LLC, announces Richard Grant as an Advisor to the Company
Overland Park, Kansas (PRWEB) July 19, 2017 — Spinal Simplicity, a medical device company developing innovative solutions to treat complex spinal and orthopedic problems, announces Richard Grant has agreed to serve as an Advisor and will join the Company’s Board of Managers.

Richard Grant brings a wealth of experience to Spinal Simplicity as an accomplished medical device executive with over 30 years in the spinal and orthopedic medical industries. As President, CEO and Co-Founder of Breakaway Imaging, LLC, Mr. Grant successfully developed new imaging technology (the O-Arm), incorporating 2-D (fluoroscopy) and 3-D (CT) imaging, in a mobile platform optimized for orthopedic and spinal surgeries. Mr. Grant orchestrated the sale of Breakaway Imaging, LLC to Medtronic, Inc. in June 2007.

Mr. Grant also has extensive experience with early-stage medical device companies as evidenced by his work as President and CEO of TheraCell, Inc., in Northridge, CA, specializing in stem cell harvesting and processing for orthopedic applications, and, as President of Bonovo Orthopedics in Phoenix, AZ, a US-based company that manufactures and distributes spine and orthopedic instrumentation and implants in China. Mr. Grant currently serves on the Board of Directors of two medical device companies, an orthopedic bracing company and an ortho-biologic company, while also serving as the Chairman of the Board of a company specializing in computer-assisted total knee solutions. Notably, Mr. Grant also served on the Board of Directors of Excelsius Surgical (sold to Globus Medical), Nocimed (partnering with Nuvasive), and Angstrom Medica (sold to Pioneer Surgical).

Todd Moseley, CEO of Spinal Simplicity, applauded Mr. Grant’s significant industry experience stating, “Rich is an admired executive in the spine and orthopedic medical device world. Spinal Simplicity will benefit mightily from Rich’s knowledge and experience navigating early-stage companies from initial innovation to becoming market leaders. Our Company will have the unique advantage of calling upon Rich’s experience as we bring the Minuteman® G3-R to the minimally-invasive spine market to enhance posterior supplemental fixation and fusion, as well as to introduce our ground-breaking Wolff’s Law™ plating technology to the spinal and orthopedic extremities market.”

Mr. Grant agreed that this is an extraordinary time for Spinal Simplicity, “As the Company experiences the positive responses being lauded by physicians to its revolutionary technology, it becomes more and more evident that the spinal and orthopedic markets are ready for innovative medical devices. The time is ripe to get the word out about the innovation being unveiled by Spinal Simplicity.”

Spinal Simplicity’s Minuteman® family of sterile-packed, posterior, non-pedicle supplemental fusion and fixation devices for use in the non-cervical spine (T1-S1) provides an alternative to traditional fixation, such as pedicle screws. The Minuteman® family of devices consists of a plating system intended for supplemental fusion in patients with degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, trauma and tumor.