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Located within our headquarters in Leesburg, Virginia is a 1,484 sq-ft bioskills lab designed for hands-on cadaveric and sawbones simulated training, accommodating up to six whole body stations with fluoroscopy.

The lab provides an environment for interactive product training for surgeons, physicians, and HCPs, from surgical procedure training to research and development.

  • Offering six stations, each with a camera, monitor, and lights for enhanced visibility

  • Equipped with a Ziehm RFD 3D C-Arm and two GE 9900 Elite C-Arms

  • SpineMap 3D and SpineMap Go navigation software available for hands-on use

Bioskills Lab

Leesburg, Virginia
Contact: Craig Myers

Additional U.S. lab locations:

Homer Stryker Center
Mahwah, New Jersey


Mako Education Center
Fort Lauderdale, Florida


Stryker Learning Center
Salt Lake City, Utah

Mobile lab

The lab is our mobile operating room, with eight integrated lab stations that allow visitors to experience our line of products and partner technologies.

It is set up for a wide variety of surgical specialties, procedures and situations and is continually touring the country, stopping at facilities and institutions.

The mobile lab is used for a variety of events:

  • Customer experience events showcasing our products
  • Product training events and courses
  • O.R. professionals workshops
  • Customer feedback for next generation products

Mobile lab:
Allyson Schouwburg

Lab Specialist
P 269 352 9636

Medical education:
Kylie Owens

Group Manager
P 913 944 2495

Jeff Fee

Regional Manager
P 269 303 2974

Melanie Sullivan

Regional Manager
P 269 366 9163


The S2S program is an educational forum that provides academic product trainings and encourages surgeon-to-surgeon collaboration.

The goal of this program is to provide physicians an opportunity to learn surgical techniques from esteemed and experienced spine surgeons who utilize our products.

These discussions will include product tips and pearls to help you enhance patient care.

Highlights of each interactive S2S visit

  • Preoperative case review and planning
  • Surgical observation
  • Training on specific systems
  • Collaborative discussion on surgical techniques and best practices

Routine S2S visit agenda

  • Early check-in at hospital 
  • Case review and discussion 
  • S2S surgery observation