One of these hearts is not like the other

American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day may be recognized only during the month of February, but Meditech brings hearts to life year-round.

Global medical technology leaders in cardiology, rhythm management and electrophysiology trust Meditech Communications with their hearts. Will you? Contact us to learn more at 651.636.7350 x100 or

The Big Game and Minnesota medical animators

With football’s biggest competition taking place in Minneapolis this year, the animators at Twin Cities-based Meditech Communications have more than one angle from which to view the game. This team is comprised of pros in the intricacies of behind-the-scenes footage that rarely sees national air time—medical animation that includes, for example, injuries from football and other sports-related injuries.

Take shoulder injuries. In general, “Shoulder instability” is one of the most common injuries in football. In particular, pro American football players may develop a chronic condition with heightened risk of re-injury.

We all know what that tough tackle looks like—the one that makes us wince from our couches. But what about fracture care? Meditech created this animation to highlight the Conventus Cage technology, an exciting evolution to orthopedic fracture fixation that has been designed to address fracture collapse through 3-dimensional intramedullary support. With polyaxial screw placement and locking capabilities, surgical constructs can be customized to meet the demands of a wide variety of periarticular fractures.


Meditech Communications has vast expertise in medical animations ranging from orthopaedics to cardiology, and the team at Meditech challenges expectations to consistently best both local and national competition. Contact us to learn more at 651.636.7350 x100 or

Meditech Communications partners with Cartiva, Inc. for an award-winning spot in Orthopedic Design & Technology

[Excerpt from the full story, found here]

“Cartiva Inc., a developer of innovative products for treating cartilage damage and osteoarthritis, has announced the company’s Cartiva Synthetic Cartilage Implant (SCI) won Most Promising New Product Award at the 24th annual 2017 Phoenix Medical Device CEO Conference near Silicon Valley. Chosen by global leaders in the medical device and diagnostic industry, the award recognized Cartiva SCI as the most promising new product of 2017.”

Meditech’s animation is featured in the article in Orthopedic Design & Technology. Similar projects include work for Zimmer, Conventus Orthopedics and Tornier. In addition to osteology and orthopedics, Meditech is nationally recognized as a leader in developing animation for cardiology, cardiac surgery, electrophysiology and neuromodulation.

St. Paul-based Meditech Communications is a full-service digital marketing agency specializing in medical animation, app development and video production for the medical device industry. All resources are in-house, ensuring collaboration among the brightest talent in the industry that brings innovation to life.