Funding Received
$1.9 Million in 2 Rounds from 5 Investors
Most Recent Funding
$1.1 Million Series A on April 26, 2012
Seattle, WA
Cadence Biomedical is an early-stage medical device company that focuses on mobility impairments.
Jason Schoen

Company Details


Cadence Biomedical, headquartered in Seattle, WA, is an early stage medical device company that is committed to helping the 2.3 million Americans who suffer severe mobility impairments to gain a more mobile and independent life.

The company is currently developing a new class of device, a kinetic orthosis, based on a novel exotendon technology invented at the Cleveland Clinic by world-renowned researcher Dr. A.J. van den Bogert. Cadence closed its first round of funding in August 2010 (as Empowering Engineering Technologies, Corp.) and signed a perpetual, worldwide exclusive license agreement with the Cleveland Clinic to develop and market the technology. Market release of the kinetic orthosis are expected in early 2012.

Current Team (3)


Board Members and Advisors (3)


Investors (5)

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    Tech Coast Angels

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Offices/Locations (1)

  • Office

    146 N. Canal St

    Suite 100

    Seattle, WA 98103