Shoulders Innovations Inc. (SI) is proud to announce that it has received a first notice of allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for their revolutionary InSet™ Reverse System. Based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, SI has developed a portfolio of impressive intellectual property and a platform of innovative technologies, such as the InSet™ Glenoid, Humeral Short Stem, Reverse and Stemless components.
The InSet Reverse System offers an elegant and enhanced solution to optimize potential for fixation and intraoperative glenosphere insertion and assembly. SI is a leading innovator in the shoulder replacement implant market, and this new allowance is just another example of their commitment to providing the best products and services to their customers.
Shoulder Innovations, a leader in the shoulder arthroplasty market for decades, recently celebrated a major milestone with the USPTO’s Notice of Allowance for their InSet Reverse system. CEO Rob Ball expressed his enthusiasm, noting that the patent represents an essential component of the system’s innovative technology platform.
At the core of this technology lies a combination of a central bone fixation screw stabilized by a compression nut, which is then supported by a glenoid locking bolt – a unique and valuable innovation that has been widely accepted by the marketplace.
About Shoulder Innovations:
Shoulder Innovations is on a mission to revolutionize the healthcare industry with cutting-edge medical device solutions. Our innovative products are designed to improve patient care while significantly reducing overall healthcare costs. We strive to make a real difference in the lives of patients while creating a healthier, more equitable healthcare system.
Shoulder Innovations is revolutionizing shoulder replacement implants with its patented InSet™ glenoid design, designed to target the primary cause of shoulder replacement failure: glenoid loosening and ultimately improve patient outcomes.
The revolutionary InSet™ technology has been proven to provide superior stability and security for glenoid implants, drastically reducing micro-motion and streamlining surgical procedures. This innovative technology promises to reduce complications and improve the longevity of implants, making it a game-changer for implant surgery.