Jonathan Taylor has over 20 years experience in Clinical Operations and Business Development. He heads the Research/Development and Clinical Education programs at Spinal Technology and can be found presenting at many national and international industry meetings and conferences.
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|Clinical Educational Courses|
|Advanced Methodologies of Full-Time Scoliosis Bracing|
|Scoliosis Bracing – Principles and considerations of design, evaluation, and modifications for successful outcomes.|
|Advantages of Nocturnal Bracing|
|Scoliosis Bracing and The Challenge of Patient Compliance|
|Principles of 3D Bracing – Modifications and Approach to Curve Analysis and Brace Design|
|Corrective Forces of Full-Time Bracing|
Jonathan has over 20 years of expertise in Orthotics and Prosthetics, maintaining a primary focus on pediatric orthotics and specializing in the orthotic management of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. Along with experience in patient care and clinic operations, he has held executive roles with major spinal brace manufacturers, running manufacturing/distribution, research and development, sales/ marketing, and business development.
In partnership with Children’s Hospital Boston, he led the development of specialized orthopedic devices from concept to introduction in patient care markets, including the prosecution of multiple patents, the design and execution of clinical trials, navigation through FDA and regulatory clearance, as well as all phases of product development, from design/ prototype to the manufacturing and distribution.
Jonathan’s clinical studies with surgeons from Children’s Hospital Boston and Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, resulted in the co-authoring of prominent publications in the journal of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery”, and “Journal of Craniofacial Surgery”.