Companion Spine raises $55M Series A

Diagnostic and interventional spine surgery company Companion Spine announced today that it raised $55 million in a Series A financing.

Companion Spine, which has headquarters in New York and Bordeaux, France, had its financing led by Viscogliosi Brothers, the company’s co-founder and historical shareholder, and jointly invested by a leading global medtech company.

Viscogliosi Brothers formed Companion Spine to focus on spine pain treatment, motion preservation, precision diagnostics and interventional care, according to a news release. Funds raised in the Series A round will be used primarily for the development and commercialization of the company’s minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic solutions for treating degenerative disc disease (DDD) and lumbar spine stenosis (LSS).

Companion Spine’s portfolio, which come sin part from a 2020 acquisition of regulatory and clinical property from Medtronic, includes six patent families co…

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