VISEON was founded to bring the first and only state-of-the-art single-use disposable imaging technology to minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS). Viseon’s goal is to bring MISS into the 21st century and beyond, with innovative technology that disrupts antiquated modalities for intraoperative visualization, enabling accelerated adoption of MISS techniques and further advancements in patient outcomes and safety.
Melbourne Regional Medical Center
Naval Medical Center San Diego
San Diego, CA
Hospital for Special Surgery
New York, NY
Cape Cod Healthcare
New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell Hospital
New York, NY
The Valley Hospital
Virginia Mason Medical Center
The Queen’s Medical Center
University of California San Diego
San Diego, CA
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA
Deliver Clinical Value with Breakthrough Technology
I haven’t seen anything like it and when it's fully embraced and accepted by the surgeons as an alternative to a microscope, I would say yes, it could be a disrupter and that’s the definition of a breakthrough. It has to add value, not cost.
Value Analysis Coordinator at healthcare system serving a large metropolitan area
Improve Surgical Efficiencies and Safety
Viseon MaxView ™ doesn’t just substitute for direct visualization but instead adds value by helping optimize instrument and implant placement before entering the disc space and when coming back out with instruments. It reduces the need for flouro shots since you can see exactly how far into the disc space your instrument is on the screen. Without it, your view is somewhat obscured by the handle of the implant or instrument, making you more reliant on fluoro.
Ruwan Ratnayake, MD, stated during his time as a fellow with the San Diego Spine Fellowship Program in La Jolla, CA
Northern California Spine and Rehabilitation Associates
Overcome Challenges of Single Position Surgery
Viseon MaxView™ and its facilitation of single position surgery is making me entirely re-evaluate the way I incorporate lateral lumbar interbody fusion into my practice. This technology is a real game-changer and has increased the number of single position lateral/posterior access surgeries I am doing. MaxView™ really facilitates the placement of lateral cages when a case otherwise demands the prone position and facilitates performance of posterior decompression when the lateral position is preferred, greatly expanding the portfolio of cases I am choosing for lateral lumbar interbody fusion. The other really nice thing is the versatility MaxView™ provides in real-time, allowing me to decide intraoperatively whether to do a LLIF or a TLIF at a particular level. I also get the sense that the improved visualization in LLIF allows me to not open the lateral retractor as much, which, theoretically, should lead to less risk of complications.
Fred Ogden, MD
Director of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, The Valley Hospital
Chief Medical Officer, Neurosurgeons of New Jersey
Viseon MaxView™ has enabled me to let go of the knife and trust my Fellows months earlier in their training process. They get to see very early in their training how I perform the operations and subsequently I am able to directly observe and direct their hands through video assistance.
Greg Mundis, MD
Pediatric and Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery
Co-Director San Diego Spine Fellowship
Scripps Clinic Division of Orthopedic Surgery