Patient-centered Solutions


To provide the best possible solutions for healthcare problems, beginning with orthopedics.

The majority of orthopedics products do not seem to be improved for decades and they have not the capability of IoT integration.  

Our mission is to change that.

To do so, our designs have to be patient-centered in terms of effectiveness coupled with comfort. In Addition, we produce designs that take into account future applications of biometric technologies in the orthopedic field, giving the opportunity for 24/7 monitoring capabilities.



Clinical Trials

of splint


  • “iProduce” Grant from European Commission
  • “Proof of Concept” Grant from Patras Science

1st Prize

PapaJohn Business Plan Competition


in the USA

Full patent

in the USPTO and PCT Application

2nd Prize

MIT Enterprise Forum


Provisional Patent

in the USPTO


in Greece

1st Prize

  • Ennovation 
  • Mindspace 
  • EcoCity Forum by AZK 


  • OK!Thess incubator program, Thessaloniki 
  • Reload Greece Acceleration Program, London 
  • Mindspace mission to Boston & San Francisco
  • Start Haifa & How to scale up your startup, Israel

Research and Development


1st Prize

Startup Weekend Kavala


We bring together engineers, healthcare professionals, and business leaders who share the same focus on improving patients’ treatment. This vision is shared by our investors and members of the scientific community, who see the promise in our science to deliver on our mission.

Meet the people that are AidPlex.


AidPlex is a Greek MedTech startup based in Thessaloniki, aiming at disrupting the orthopedics sector. AidPlex’s mission is to provide the best possible solutions for orthopedic problems such as fractures, back and orthotics problems by bringing new designs and new materials on the industry.

The first product is a patent-pending medical device for fractures and rehabilitation, which is 5 times lighter than plaster casts, it is waterproof, skin-friendly, recyclable and biodegradable. AidPlex’s splint is in the process of clinical trials.

Recently, AidPlex has received funding from EC in order to research and develop its second product, which is an adjustable back brace for scoliosis with biometric sensors onto it.