SupportSearch

Our pioneering spirit

Mizuho OSI transformed the traditional surgical table 40 years ago. Today, innovation continues to be a driving force to help overcome OR challenges.

Mizuho OSI innovation through the years

Mizuho OSI innovation through the years

1978

The Moore family establishes Orthopedic Systems Inc. (OSI), a medical soft goods company in the San Francisco Bay Area, California

Steve Lamb starts his career at OSI as a consulting mechanical engineer. Today he is our President and COO 

1980

Andrews Surgery Frame was OSI’s first operating room product, which later became the Andrew’s Spine Table

1992

Original Spinal Table System (STS) released, (formerly known as the Jackson Spinal Table) offering first use of radiolucent carbon fiber composite materials

2002

OSI acquired by Mizuho Group

    2003

    Collaboration with Dr. Joel Matta leads to the introduction of the ProFx® Pelvic Reconstruction Orthopedic Fracture Table providing the ideal table for any fracture procedure

    2005

    The company’s Hana® Orthopedic Surgery Table optimized the anterior approach to total hip arthroplasty (AATHA)

    2006

    Introduction of our exclusive Tempur-Pedic®  medical-grade pads and positioners for the OR 

    2007

    OSI changes name to Mizuho OSI

      2013

      ProAxis® Spinal Surgery Table delivers unparalleled surgical access with an advanced hinge design that allows surgeons to flex and extend the lumbar spine during surgery

      2015

      The Trios® Surgical Table System was introduced providing enhanced safety and precision to the original modular platform

      2017

      Launch of LevóTM Head Positioning System, offers an electromechanical design and a new level of control and precision to head positioning

        Today, Mizuho OSI is a world-leading manufacturer of highly specialized surgical tables for spine, total hip replacements, orthopedic trauma surgery, hip arthroscopy, pressure management and consumables. 

        A glimpse into our future

        Throughout our existence, we’ve always thought about where orthopedic surgery is headed and how we could stay in front of it. Learn more about us.

        Keep up with our progress

        Stay up to date with our surgical innovation by subscribing to our newsletter.