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Numena Medical Corporation

A non-invasive process for the treatment of cartilage shape disorders using a laser to stimulate the body to produce new soft cartilage.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location Sandy, UT, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2010
  • Employees 6
  • Website cartilaze.com

Company Summary

Numena Medical was founded for the purpose of bringing to market a new, non-invasive process for the treatment of cartilage shape disorders. Numena Medical has developed a non-surgical process using a laser to stimulate the body to produce new soft cartilage, which is then maintained in its desired shape using a proprietary, patient-specific, custom-made Trellis, until the new cartilage hardens. The Company has developed a unique business model.

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    Lori Bowcutt
    Manager Call Center

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    Jack H. Savage
    CEO & Founder

    A co-founder of Numena Medical, Jack Savage is an expert at creating revenue, profit, and market-share growth for companies serving medical marketplace. As CEO and President, he has been catalyst for dynamic growth at five different companies –starts-ups, early-stage technology pioneers, and others well established but needing the visionary leadership to reach the next level of success.

    Jack was president and CEO at Med Surge Holdings and Osyr

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    Pascal Servell
    VP of Business and Clinical Development & Founder

    A co-founder of Numena Medical, Pascal Servell directs traffic at the crossroads between Clinicians, Engineers and Marketers. He is an expert at identifying and bringing to market new technology. Pascal has been in the Medical laser industry for over 20 years so has extensive contacts both in the US and internationally and has an intimate knowledge of medical markets worldwide.

    As clinical and Business development Director for MedSurge Advance

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    Serge Mourdon
    Founder

    Pr. Serge R. Mordon, PhD, works in Lille, France for the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM). He is the director of INSERM U 703 (Interventional Therapies Assisted by Image and Simulation) and the director of the Photomedicine Center (Lille University Hospital). Since 1981, he has been involved in medical applications of lasers, particularly in dermatology and plastic surgery. More recently, he has focused his resea

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    Shilo Case
    Marketing Director

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    Gregg Niven
    Chief Engineer

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    John Eubank
    VP Sales