Founded in 2016, the Helsinki-based Disior was a small three-dimensional analytics pre-operative planning software company, focused on complex foot and ankle anatomy. Now, Disior founder/CEO Anna-Maria Henell says, the company is so much more.
“Originally, when we looked into the merger, we saw that it was very complementary in terms of competences and tech,” she says.
“Previously, we had our own narrow slice of foot and ankle treatment, but with Paragon 28, the reach has grown tremendously. We now have all the steps.”
With Paragon 28, we now have all the steps in foot & ankle treatment.
This means that, during the past 18 months or so, Disior has become an integral component to SMART 28™, Paragon’s ecosystem of enabling technologies for pre-operative planning, intra-operative support, and post-operative evaluation.
Foot and ankle surgeons can now utilise Disior’s anatomy-specific surgical modules and get the objective data needed for the diagnosis and the creation of patient-specific surgical plans. Also, the assessment of patient outcomes will receive a welcome boost.
Reaping the benefits of the merger