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Innovasis Release: Fast Growing Utah-Based Spinal Implant Manufacturer Hires Vice President Of Sales And Marketing



4/19/2006 10:52:08 AM

SALT LAKE CITY, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Martin Crous, Ph.D., has recently joined Utah-based Innovasis, a research, development, manufacturer of spinal implant devices, as vice president of sales and marketing.

With 20 years of medical sales and marketing expertise, Dr. Crous has worked for companies such as Synthes and as head of Medtronic Sofamor Danek for Africa. Born in South Africa, Dr. Crous received his MBA from Thames Valley University in London, UK, and achieved a Ph.D. at Washington International University. His work has taken him around the globe, with stops in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, Australia, Africa and the USA.

"I am excited about the prospects for Innovasis," stated Dr. Crous. "The company has introduced an impressive array of spinal products to the marketplace and is working on new innovative spinal implants for release in the near future. I look forward to helping Innovasis boost its momentum and expand its reach in the fastest growing segment of the orthopedic market."

Innovasis offers a spinal product line with implants and instruments that address the major pathologies and focus areas of traditional spinal surgery. Major spinal pathologies include: deformities, degenerative conditions, trauma and tumors, all of which can result in severe back pain and sometimes paralysis. Spinal implants are aimed at restoring mechanical and neurological function by readjusting vertebral positioning until bone fusion occurs.

Founded in 2002, Innovasis is fully committed to providing surgeons and distributors with training, support and excellent customer service, thus ensuring the establishment of a strong and long term strategic partnership.

Innovasis

CONTACT: David Allred of Richter7 PR, +1-801-521-2903, ext. 504, forInnovasis


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