Orthocare Innovations is a leading research and development company working on the cutting edge of prosthetic and orthotic technologies. We produce products designed to be consistent with, and contribute to, evidence-based practice, and which meet the demands of clinical efficiency and precision.
GET CONNECTED. STAY CONNECTED.
Orthocare Innovations designs and manufactures devices that seamlessly connect you to your world, your device and your clinician. Offering capabilities completely unique to the market, our proprietary technology automatically adapts to your every step for easy and graceful movement. Integrating mobile technology that delivers real-time activity data to your clinician, every device is designed to improve long-term prosthetic fit and comfort.
NO BOUNDARIES. NO LIMITATIONS.
Our devices transcend boundaries. Our products move with you, responding intuitively and supplementing your body’s natural intelligence. Employing breakthrough ideas, we’re designing a future where every prosthesis automatically adapts to the changing needs of the user, creating a world where all activity becomes second nature again.
Orthocare Innovations is a winner of many national engineering achievement awards including R&D 100 awards, the DaVinci Award and two Edison Awards.
Board of Directors
Peter serves as a Managing Director at Schooner Capital. He previously spent a decade with management consultancy McKinsey & Company. While there, Peter specialized in corporate finance and strategy, advising leading players in the consumer packaged goods and retail industries in the US, Latin America and Western Europe. Peter serves as a director on the boards of Orthocare Innovations, Modus Health, RailComm, and Colo. Peter holds a JD/MBA from Harvard Law and from Harvard Business School where he was a Baker scholar, and an AB with Honors from Harvard University where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in Economics and Social Studies.
Dr. Boone has spent the past 20 years as an innovator, developer, researcher and instructor in rehabilitation and bioengineering. A frequent lecturer at academic medical centers on a range of prosthetic and rehabilitation topics, and a widely published author, he is credited with multiple technology patents, including a foot-scanning technology that was licensed to Nike. Recently, he was the inventor and lead developer of two new patent-pending alignment technologies: Compas™ and RoboPAL, supported by the National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Boone received his Ph.D. in Bioengineering from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and became one of fewer than ten American Ph.D.s with formal training and clinical experience in prosthetics.