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Reimagining Spinal Health

We are on a mission to dramatically improve musculoskeletal health. Scoliosis affects millions around the world, and early detection is critical to patient outcomes. However, the main options today are either manual inspections, which are unreliable and often inaccurate, and X-rays, which are expensive and carry the risk of long-term radiation damage.

Founded and led by a team of orthopaedic surgeons, we are building on extraordinary advances in 3D scanning, mobile computing, and cloud-based AI technology to develop the world’s most advanced system to support bone and joint health. Using only a smartphone or tablet, anyone anywhere in the world can soon use safe, non-invasive surface scans to complete accurate assessments within seconds.

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Our Mission & Vision

NSite is building a digital hub for musculoskeletal (MSK) health through our AI-enabled 3D scanning mobile software. NSite was spun out of Stanford University after its co-founders invented and validated methods using portable 3D scanning as a clinical tool for diagnosis and management of bone and joint conditions in 2019. NSite’s first commercial product will improve scoliosis and spine management both remotely and in-person by quantitively assessing body asymmetry and identify disease. Our mission is to revolutionize the screening and monitoring of MSK conditions by improving accuracy and accessibility while lowering costs for all stakeholders.

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Fast, Convenient Screening
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No Expensive Hardware
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Better For Patients
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Safe and Secure

Founders

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Michael Gardner, MD
Co-Founder
Orthopaedic Surgeon
Stanford University
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Malcolm DeBaun, MD
Co-Founder
Orthopaedic Surgeon
Duke University
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Michael Gardner, MD
Co-Founder
Orthopaedic Surgeon
Stanford University
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Malcolm DeBaun, MD
Co-Founder
Orthopaedic Surgeon
Duke University

Advisors

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John Vorhies, MD
Pediatric Spine Surgeon
Stanford University
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Michael Glotzbecker,MD
Case Western Reserve University
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Amer Samdani,MD
Philadelphia Shriners
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Todd Milbrandt, MD
Mayo Clinic
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Craig Louer, MD
Vanderbilt University
John Vorhies, MD
Pediatric Spine Surgeon
Stanford University
Michael Glotzbecker, MD
Case Western Reserve University
Amer Samdani, MD
Philadelphia Shriners
Craig Louer, MD
Vanderbilt University

Interested?

FDA clearance expected Summer 2022—we'll keep you posted.

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