Orthocell’s Managing Director Paul Anderson commented: “This is a significant milestone in the development of Orthocell’s cell therapies, providing strong clinical data and in-market validation of the safety and effectiveness of our technologies for the repair and regeneration of soft tissue. This achievement is expected to support ongoing global commercialisation efforts.”
Orthocell’s Ortho-ATI® and Ortho-ACI® for tendon and cartilage repair are breakthrough technologies addressing the underlying pathology of tendon and cartilage injuries. The treatments accelerate the regeneration of injured tendons and cartilage and allows patients to return to recreational activities, the workplace and competitive sports. Christian Sprenger, a former Australian Olympic swimmer, who sustained a severe shoulder injury in 2014, was only able to compete at an elite level again after receiving Orthocell’s Ortho-ATI® treatment.
“I am 100% happy with the Ortho-ATI® treatment, it’s the only thing that enabled me to get back to doing normal daily activities. It definitely helped me, I can do everything now that I want to do with full function and without pain. Following Ortho-ATI®, I was able to return to swimming at an international level,” said Christian Sprenger.
Orthocell’s published clinical data and annual patient satisfaction surveys conducted to date have shown reduction in symptoms, return to function and high levels of patient satisfaction. Orthocell’s cell therapies for tendon and cartilage repair are available in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Ortho-ATI® is a world leading breakthrough in regenerative medicine – a novel, cell therapy developed to treat chronic degenerative tendon injuries (tendinopathy / tendonitis), it can be utilised in both surgical and non-surgical applications.
Ortho-ACI® is the gold standard intervention for symptomatic defects of the articulating cartilage of the joints, predominately the knee and ankle.