Overview

Our multimodal surgical platform delivers a range of procedures via a straightforward subscription model.  This allows hospitals and medical learning establishments to experience high-end simulation and training experiences, on low-cost off the shelf hardware that is now readily available around the world.

For the first time ever, health care professionals can now gain access to learning experiences that support knowledge transfer in ways that have only previously been available on systems costing in the region of $100,000+.

By subscribing to our simulation packages and sourcing one-off hardware (which you can do yourself or we can fulfill as a managed service), you are unlocking the extensive experience of a host of world class surgeons whose knowledge and skill we have curated to truly democratize surgical training.

Surgical simulations provide a cost-effective way to provide knowledge and skills development for surgeons in training. In addition, where procedures have been accredited they can be used to claim continuing professional development (CPD) or continuing medical education (CME) credits to support maintaining a license to practice.

REALISTIC

High fidelity virtual reality training experiences combining the sense of presence inside the OR with the unique sense of touch – feel and interact with the patient.

REPEATABLE

Reset, restart, focus on an element of particular interest and then repeat it again and again. Receive real-time feedback on your performance.

ADAPTABLE

Through one software platform you are able to experience new procedures, new procedure variants and new disciplines on whichever modality works for you; HapticVR or @HomeVR

International Medical Panel

Fundamental Surgery is guided by an esteemed medical panel of experts from around the world

Prof. Bronek Boszczyk. Global Medical Panel, Spine. Spinal Surgeon focused on complex reconstructive procedures. Visiting Professor Nottingham Trent University.

Prof.
Bronek Boszczyk

Global Medical Panel, Spine

Spinal Surgeon focused on complex reconstructive procedures. Visiting Professor Nottingham Trent University.

Dr.
Claudette Lajam

Global Medical Panel, Orthopedics

Chief Safety Officer and Adult Reconstructive Surgeon at NYU Langone Orthopedics.

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Dr Phil Pucher. Global Medical Panel, General Surgery. General Surgery Registrar and Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College London.

Dr Phil
Pucher

Global Medical Panel, General Surgery

General Surgery Registrar and Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College London.

Stan Dysart MD. Global Medical Panel, Orthopedic Orthopedic surgeon specialising in Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement and Hip procedures.

Stan Dysart
MD MBA

Global Medical Panel, Orthopedic

Orthopedic surgeon specialising in Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement and Hip procedures.

Prof. Paul O'Flynn. Global Medical Panel, ENT & Accreditation. Consultant ENT Surgeon, UCH London and Council member at the Royal College of Surgeons.

Prof.
Paul O’Flynn

Global Medical Panel, ENT & Accreditation

Consultant ENT Surgeon, UCH London and Council member at the Royal College of Surgeons.

Mr Omar Sabri. Global Medical Panel, Trauma & Orthopedics. Consultant Surgeon in Trauma & Orthopedics with a special interest in Pelvic reconstruction and Lower Limb arthroplasty.

Mr. Omar
Sabri

Global Medical Panel, Trauma & Orthopedics

Consultant Surgeon in Trauma & Orthopedics with a special interest in Pelvic reconstruction and Lower Limb arthroplasty.

Prof. David Farley

Global Medical Panel, General Surgery

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science with focus on general, endocrine, breast, and minimally invasive surgery disciplines.

Dr. Areena D’souza

Global Medical Panel, Spine

Spinal surgeon at the Schoen Kinik Vogtereuth

Dr.
Yousuf Khalifa

Global Medical Panel, Ophthalmology

Specializes in cornea external disease and refractive surgery

Dr. Ivan Wong

Global Medical Panel, General Surgery

Associate Professor at Dalhousie University and an Orthopedic Surgeon at the QEII Health Sciences Center in Halifax, NS where he specializes in hip, knee and shoulder arthroscopy.

SIMULATIONS

Each simulation has been carefully crafted under the close direction of world-leading surgeons in each field. Their knowledge and experience defines the way that our system allows you to achieve the key learning outcomes that can be transferred to real patients and drive better outcomes.

If you wish to give us your feedback on prioritisation of procedures in our development roadmap, click here.