CurvaFix raises $39M, announces new CEO

The CurvaFix IM implant. [Image from the company website]CurvaFix announced today that it closed a $39 million equity financing and named Mark Foster as its new CEO.

Foster succeeds founder and current CEO Steve Dimmer to take over the corner office. The Bellevue, Washington-based company develops medical devices for repairing fractures in curved bones. Dimmer intends to transition into a strategic advisory role following leadership turnover.

MVM Partners led the equity financing, with Sectoral Asset Management and other existing investors also participating.

The company plans to use the proceeds to expand the treatment of fragility fractures of the pelvis (FFP) in the U.S. It seeks to launch its CurvaFix IM implant nationwide, according to a news release.

“CurvaFix’s ability to benefit patients, physicians, and health systems, while simultaneously addressing the undertreated FFP segment makes CurvaFix a rare asset in the crowded world of ortho…

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