Anatomics is a Melbourne-based and Australian-owned medical device company that has been manufacturing
marketing surgical products to surgeons locally and internationally since 1995. Anatomics pioneered CT
derived surgical implant technology and was first to market with an innovative, quality product that
assisted surgeons to produce better surgical outcomes and save valuable operating theatre time.
Anatomics manufactures a range of medical devices for surgical applications. These include both
standardised off-the-shelf (OTS) surgical implants and tools.
Anatomics was established in 1995 as a business with a single purpose: to provide superior-quality,
patient-specific products that optimize patient outcomes and quality of life following invasive surgery.
Anatomics offers a range of software solutions including AnatomicsRx and AnatomicsC3D. These tools allow
for streamlined and efficient surgical outcomes.
Innovative medical device manufacturer Anatomics Pty Ltd announces the world first use of revolutionary StarPore® polymer tissue scaffold for thoracic reconstructive surgery in Australia, USA, UK, Singapore, Portugal and New Zealand.
A new device that looks more like a fashionable beanie than a protective helmet is being used
to help people after brain injuries, aiding their psychological recovery.
In 2019, Anatomics saw an opportunity to turn an abandoned car manufacturing facility in
Melbourne into an expansive 3D bioprinting warehouse.
A multifaceted industry partnership with Monash Tech School, demonstrating the intrinsic links between medical
research, advanced manufacturing, and the desire to improve people's lives.
Anatomics and CSIRO are pioneering a ‘Smart Helmet’ to monitor the brain in stroke and trauma patients.
Anatomics is proud to have designed the StarPore® ear implant features in collaboration with Dr John Reinisch,
a world-renowned microtia surgeon practicing at Cedars-Sinai Medical Group based in Los Angeles, CA.
Mr Paul D’Urso speaks about the SpineBox technology and provides a first-hand account with an intraoperative view.
Anatomics' response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Anatomics’ SpineBox™ method of pre-planning surgery and of manufacturing customized devices
has the potential to realize significant time and cost benefits for the healthcare system.
In partnership with Assemble Incubator, Anatomics is proud to introduce their new innovative site.
Anatomics was this week announced as a flagship project as part of the Federal Government’s $35
million BioMedTech Horizons fund program.
American Surgical Team Successfully Completes First 3D Printed Titanium and Polymer
Sternum Implant Procedure in the United States