Our work started with a question. Why did so many injured service members returning from combat undergo delayed amputations weeks or months after their initial injury? Our desire to answer this question led to a transformational new technology that permits guided tissue regeneration and enables the body to overcome barriers to healing.
A 25-year career Army officer, Col. Gadson’s life is a portrait of courage in the face of great adversity. In May 2007, as commander of the 2nd Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery, Col. Gadson’s greatest challenge came in Iraq, where an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) attack cost him both legs above the knees and normal use of his right arm and hand. Despite this, Col. Gadson remained on active duty in the Army and continued to inspire many with his message of courage, perseverance, determination and teamwork. Refusing to be defined by the proverbial “hail of bullets,” he has since drawn upon the lessons of Pride, Poise and Team, learned as a West Point linebacker, and applied them to his life, career and family.
We are headquartered in Frederick, Maryland with locations in Boston, Orlando, and Memphis.
We believe in the power of teams and have several partnerships that are advancing new therapies. If you are interested in exploring a partnership, or a new career, contact us.