Advancing Human Health & Performance
What if wearables could change lives? Orpyx® foot pressure measurement technologies includes wearable sensors used to improve human health and advance sports performance.
Limb loss isn’t inevitable. Help prevent diabetic foot ulcers and track progress. Get your feet back on track with the SurroSense Rx system.
Accurate, efficient, and real-time measurement of foot and plantar pressure analysis. 100% mobile, durable and reusable, no tether, computer or lab required.
Orpyx Medical Technologies Inc. announced today the medical journal Plastic Case Studies published “Use of the SurroSense Rx System for Sensory Substitution of the Insensate Plantar Foot Resurfaced With Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Free Flap and Skin Graft: A Retrospective Case Study”. This case study explores the use of Orpyx’s SurroSense Rx® system with a patient with the loss of protective sensation (LOPS) from a degloving injury of the right foot that was reconstructed with a latissimus dorsi free flap and skin graft.read more
he Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology published “Smarter Sole Survival: Will Neuropathic Patients at High Risk for Ulceration Use a Smart Insole-Based Foot Protection System?” in the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology today. The article is the first of several articles expected out of the second pilot study from the University of Arizona Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) clinic under the supervision of Dr. David Armstrong.read more
Orpyx Medical Technologies Inc. announced today that the Australian Patents Office has awarded Orpyx the “Peripheral Sensory and Supersensory Replacement System.” The patent covers key inventions used in both Orpyx’s SurroSense Rx (R) product and future products, such as SurroGait Rx (TM), in Australia.read more
U.S. Patent No. 10,004,428 - June 2018
U.S. Patent No. 9,778,131 B2 - October 2017
U.S. Patent No. D740,950 S - October 2015
Australia Patent No. 2011320072 - May 2016
Japan Patent No. 6004444 - October 2016
New Zealand Patent No. 611197 - November 2015