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Orthopedic Surgery

The most high-fidelity virtual reality platform for Surgeons to practice specific procedures.
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Surgical Immersion

Increase surgical precision using performance metrics.

Users receive robust metrics and assessments to facilitate tangible performance improvements.

Gain operating room experience, anywhere.

Our modules recreate the operating room, giving users access to surgical practice anytime, anywhere.

Bring focus to your learning experience.

Precision OS modules demand attention and focus from the user, creating a more active and effective surgical learning experience.



We simulate real-life experiences — from minor complications to critical mistakes — empowering surgeons to reach peak performance through real-time feedback.

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Educational Modules

Custom virtual educational modules provide a powerful medium for surgeons and trainees to make decisions, evaluate their outcome and repeat, improving their surgical skill through practice volume.

Preoperative Planning

The Precision preoperative tool enables surgeons to upload complex, peri-articular fractures to structure a pre-planned approach to their case. They are then able perform virtual surgery and analyze the resulting data.


Danny P. Goel, MD

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Goel is a Consultant Shoulder Surgeon and Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia Department of Orthopedic Surgery.

Colin O'Connor

Chief Technical Officer

During his 23 years in the video game industry, Colin shipped over 16 AAA products across 11 gaming platforms and has worked closely with large publishers like Microsoft.

Roberto Oliveira

Chief Creative Officer

As a veteran developer in the video game industry, Roberto has hard-won experience in crafting cutting-edge visuals using the latest technology.

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"Game Changing.
The potential for Precision OS to take off and change countless lives for the better is real and the limits could be boundless."

Bruce Carruthers, ConmedSenior Director - Marketing

"Surgical Skills training in a non-operating room environment will become increasingly critical for residents in Orthopaedic Surgery to obtain the skills they need. As cost continues to come down and technology improves I believe that simulation through Virtual Reality will increasingly be a part of our skills educational programs."

JL Marsh, MD
Department Head Professor and Carroll B Larson Chair
Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation - University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

"Virtual reality has the potential to positively impact and advance the way surgery residents are trained by offering more frequent and in-depth operating room experience. We are looking forward to exploring this technology and introducing the Precision OS platform to our residents and fellows."

Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD
Professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the Mayo Clinic

"The next generation of surgeons will have to learn advanced skills and decision-making with limited time for their training. Virtual reality offers an impactful way to create value by improving surgical skill and reducing errors. Precision OS will deliver value to all stakeholders in healthcare: educators, industry, hospitals, insurers, and patients. The timing of such a technology could not be more perfect!"

Jon J.P. Warner, MD
Founder of the Boston Shoulder Institute, New England Shoulder and Elbow Society

"VR training is the way of the future. It will enhance patient care by having a more skilled and well-prepared surgeon. The software and training unit of Precision OS is brilliantly put together and is a major advance for our residency and fellowship training program!"

Peter MacDonald, MD
Professor and Head Section of Orthopedics at the University of Manitoba

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