Stabiliz Orthopaedics

StabilizOrtho is a medical device company developing better ways to repair and heal broken bones.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location Exton, PA, US
  • Currency USD
  • Founded August 2009
  • Employees 4
  • Incorporation Type C-corp
  • Website

Company Summary

StabilizOrtho is a medical device manufacturer focused on the orthopaedic trauma market. Our platform includes the 1st FDA-cleared plate and screw system that changes with the body to promote healing. We are currently raising capital for new product lines and have shifted toward a model that is less capital intensive with a quicker return for investors. Investors include Ben Franklin Technology Partners and Delaware Crossing Investor Group.


  • President & Chief Executive Officer, Chairman

    Co-founder and co-inventor. Brought technology from concept to market. Former Director of Orthopaedic Research, Drexel University College of Medicine. Multiple patents, grants, regulatory successes and over 25 peer-reviewed publications.

  • Bob Peterhans
    COO, Director

    Former GM, Philips Healthcare, Emergency Care & Resuscitation Businesses. Former President, Zimmer Trauma. Full P&L responsibility over $250 million global business. Former GM, Zimmer, Trabecular Metal.

  • R. Michael Adelizzi, MBA
    SVP Quality & Business Development, Director

    Mike is a Stabiliz co-founder and biomedical engineer with experience in medical device field engineering, implementation, new product development, sales, marketing, and strategy. Previously, he helped launch a line of physical rehabilitation robots into the U.S. market, accounting for $3 million in revenue.

  • Director

    Former President, Acumed. 5-years of double-digit revenue growth (from $111MM to $212MM). Expert in trauma device design, marketing and launch.

  • David S Washburn

    CFO, Acuitive Technologies. Over 36 years of orthopedic start-up experience. Successfully built and sold multiple businesses including a $110M acquisition by Zimmer and a $120M acquisition by Stryker.

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