DJO, a Texas-based medical technologies provider, has acquired Trilliant Surgical, an orthopedic foot and ankle implants provider, for an undisclosed price.
The acquisition, which was announced in January 2021, is said to help DJO’s further expansion into the foot and ankle surgery market.
It follows DJO’s acquisition of the Scandinavian total ankle replacement (STAR) system in 2020. DJO became a subsidiary of Colfax in 2018 following a $3.15 billion worth acquisition.
Brady Shirley – CEO of DJO, commenting on DJO acquisition of Trilliant Surgical, said: “Trilliant’s market-leading portfolio of foot and ankle solutions complements our acquisition of the STAR system and creates a dedicated foot and ankle business that significantly expands our mission of Powering Motion.
“We are committed to building our Reconstructive segment and believe that the foot and ankle space is a great fit for our focused innovation and solutions approach that has allowed DJO to be a growth leader in the upper extremity market for many years.”
Trilliant Surgical, which was founded in 2007, designs, develops, and distributes small bone implant systems to foot and ankle surgeons for carrying out elective and trauma procedures.
The Houston-based orthopedic implants provider currently has over 15 product lines for procedures related to forefoot, midfoot, rearfoot, and ankle.
Additionally, Trilliant Surgical provides the Arsenal Foot Plating System, a titanium alloy plating system, which is said to enable surgeons to address all levels of fusions, osteotomies, fractures in the forefoot, midfoot and rearfoot.
Commenting on DJO acquisition of Trilliant Surgical, Jon Olson – CEO of Trilliant Surgical, said: “As a foot and ankle champion since 2007, we are excited to join the DJO family and expand Trilliant Surgical’s positive patient impact globally.
“DJO’s unparalleled commitment to new product development, their iconic brands and strong growth trajectory will accelerate Trilliant’s ability to grow, innovate and improve patient outcomes.”