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Welcome to the ATiO Podcast.

...a vibrant hub where we spotlight renowned experts, groundbreaking advancements, and transformative solutions in the world of musculoskeletal therapies. Our platform celebrates noteworthy accomplishments and the respected status of these innovators in our field.

Our podcast aims to do more than just inform. It seeks to captivate and inspire our listeners by sharing the wisdom and journeys of trailblazers and luminaries in the field. Join us as we delve into the depths of innovation and leadership, illuminating the path towards a future of groundbreaking orthopaedic therapies!

As an initiative of the ATiO Foundation, our commitment lies in fostering a community of knowledge and collaboration, where learning and discovery are accessible to all. We believe in the power of education and dialogue to advance the field of musculoskeletal therapies, making significant impacts on health and wellbeing. Embrace this journey with us, where every episode becomes a stepping stone towards a more informed and inspired world.

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In this episode of the ATiO Podcast, we delve into the professional journey of Emil Billbäck, the CEO of Bonesupport and Board Member of the ATiO Foundation.

With a rich history in the life sciences industry, Emil shares his experiences from previous leadership roles at BSN Medical and Essity, and discusses what inspired him to join Bonesupport in 2018.

He elucidates Bonesupport’s core vision and mission, highlighting the company’s contributions to the field of orthobiologics. We explore the CERAMENT™ technology, which forms the backbone of Bonesupport’s product offerings and its significant impact on both surgeons and patients.

Emil also sheds light on the company’s major milestones and listeners will gain insights into the upcoming innovations in orthopaedics that excite Emil, as well as the challenges and successes he has encountered during his tenure and his view of the ATiO.

Note: This episode was recorded before Emil Billbäck joined the board of the ATiO Foundation.

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