OKLAHOMA CITY, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Orthocare Innovations' Compas (Computerized Prosthesis Alignment System) was recognized on April 29 at the 2010 Edison Best New Product Awards in New York City. Orthocare was voted as one of three top products from over three hundred considered in the Science and Medical Category.
The Edison Award is a premier national award that celebrates technology and product in innovation in the spirit of Thomas Edison. In the Science and Medical Category, Orthocare's Compas received the Bronze award, trailing only products by Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon Endosurgery and GE Healthcare in the voting.
Orthocare President and Chief Executive Officer Doug McCormack commented, "Compas and Smart Pyramid continue to be recognized as innovative, game-changing products. To be included alongside some of the top corporations is a true honor for our Company and signals that Compas and Smart Pyramid are well on the way to becoming new standards in orthotics and prosthetics."
The Edison Award is the second significant national award for Compas and its inventor, Orthocare's Chief Technology Officer David Boone. Compas was previously recognized with an R&D 100 award by R&D Magazine.
For more information on the Edison Awards, go to http://www.edisonawards.com/index.php
About Orthocare Innovations, LLC
Orthocare Innovations is a medical device research and product development company focused on bringing to market advanced, innovative technologies to improve clinical efficiency and enhance the quality of patient care services in the rehabilitation, prosthetic and orthotic markets. For more information, go to www.orthocareinnovations.com.
SOURCE Orthocare Innovations