"You can practice orthopaedic procedures again, again and again just standing in your kitchen."

Daniel Spencer By Daniel Spencer

In recent years, we’ve seen uptake in the adoption of VR technologies throughout the spinal and orthopaedic surgery space to support surgical planning and training.

With COVID-19 lockdowns happening across the globe, VR technology has become even more important to the way surgeons work and learn. And as a result, this has motivated a new wave of adoption for the innovative technology.

In this episode of CM Conversations, I talk to Chris Scattergood the COO & Co-Founder of Fundamental VR.

Fundamental VR’s platform, Fundamental Surgery, is a medical education platform that’s achieved educational accreditation from leading medical institutions such as the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and Royal College of Surgeons England.

In my chat with Chris, we discussed the value of VR technology for surgeons, the Fundamental VR offering and the impact of COVID-19.

If you’re a med-tech professional, I’d love to hear what you think about the impact of VR on the surgical space. How revolutionary is this technology? And what does the future hold for the space? Let me know by email Daniel.Spencer@medical-cm.com.

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