About Prosurgics

Prosurgics is the leading image-guided surgical robotics company. Our range of robotic solutions is improving outcomes for patients around the world. Our unique technology portfolio is complemented by a close understanding of our customers' needs, resulting in well-honed solutions for today's surgeons and hospitals. Prosurgics prides itself in providing the highest levels of customer care from our offices in the UK and USA, and through our excellent local partners throughout the world.

Company History

The Prosurgics business started life in 1996, then named Armstrong Healthcare. The company was founded following the completion of an Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) feasibility study into possible applications for robotics in medicine and healthcare; this identified over 400 possible applications for robotics in medicine. Armstrong quickly focused down to the specific area of surgical robotics, and over the following decade developed a portfolio of technologies and products in this field. Armstrong changed its name to Prosurgics in September 2006 to reflect the positive evolution of the company as it augmented its strong technological foundations to become a truly customer focused and commercially led business.

Product Overview

Our current products are focused in the new and expanding disciplines of image-guided and minimally-invasive surgery. Through their use, our customers can realise the following benefits:

- More precise navigation
- Less invasive procedures
- Shorter recovery times
- Better patient outcomes
- Enhanced patient safety
- Superior cost-effectiveness

EndoAssist, the endoscopic positioner and manipulator is used by surgeons in cardiothoracic, urological, general and gynaecological surgery. PathFinder, the intelligent robot for neurosurgery, is redefining the standard of care in stereotactic procedures.

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