Digital Orthopaedics's mission is to improve the efficiency and reliability of medicine through the innovative use of modelization and simulation tools and through the structured management of medical data with a Clinical Decision Support System (called CDSS)
Particularly focused on the field of bone and joint surgery, Digital Orthopaedics revolutionizes and personalizes the clinical approach through:
its unique method of collecting semiological data.
its new perspectives in the planning and simulation of medico-surgical treatments by transposing industry-based simulation tools
This approach accelerates the progress of various Precision Medicine Initiatives worldwide by demonstrating what can be achieved when good engineering and medical teams work closely together. Digital Orthopaedics received the ISO 13485:2016 certification for the design of clinical and surgical simulation decision support systems for musculoskeletal pathologies and, since its creation in 2016, has benefited from a financing of more than 5M € provided by the insurance company Intégrale and the Walloon region (Belgium).
Our comprehensive clinical decision support system integrates innovative clinical support, personalized surgical 3D simulation and machine learning platforms.
Unique Knowledge Base and Clinical Support Platform
We provide a web-based software connected to doctor and patient interfaces, that aims to support clinical decision-making and refinement for health practitioners in their clinical practice. This software allows, patients, doctors and healthcare professionals to collect and analyze the semiology (clinical and radiological signs), and to define the most appropriate therapeutic options based on knowledge-based algorithms from international experts, members of the company's scientific committee.
Personalized Surgical 3D Simulation Platform
Most of the processes of fundamental physics needed to simulate the actions of a vast range of industrial products are available today. We can draw on this accumulated knowledge to create many simulation tools for use in planning and performing orthopedic surgery. We are creating the framework necessary to develop cloud-based CT/MRI-scan based, patient-specific 3D digital models of the foot and ankle to diagnose injuries and plan surgery.