Your specialist for innovative solutions to improve patient care 

With a focus on spine
and trauma surgery

Who we are – what we stand for

We are a Swiss, family owned company in the field of medical devices and services. Our purpose is to provide superior patient outcome through innovations, individualized educational programs, highly engaged customers and an excellent customer service.

We are active throughout Switzerland and support more than 65 Hospitals in the french, italian and german speaking part of Switzerland with a team of about 20 employees.

Our solutions – for better patient outcomes

With the ambition of introducing innovative solutions that enhance patient care in Switzerland, Maurus Stöckli founded the company in the year 2010. We believe that especially for spinal surgeries there is still room to provide better patient outcomes with innovative solutions in the future. Our ambition is to support the healthcare system, surgeons and patients to have access to such systems.

See the innovations, that have been or are being introduced by Stöckli Medical:

Full endoscopic spine surgery:

This minimally invasive solution for the treatment of herniated disc or stenosis with an incision of only 8 mm offers many advantages: Virtually no bleeding, significantly reduced postoperative pain, minimal scarring, faster recovery and return to activities.

Vertebral Compression Fractures:

Our range offers solutions for vertebroplasty with various cements of different viscosities, temperatures and processing times. In the area of balloon kyphoplasty, there are steerable balloons for unipedicular access, double balloons through which fractures can be straightened more specifically than with single balloons, and attractive single balloon systems with various access options. The tumor ablation system STAR  provides unparalleled contro and steerability  in ablating tumors of the vertebral body using radiofrequency energy to locally destroy tumor cells.

7D Navigationssystem:

This novel navigation solution from 7D Surgical uses machine vision technology for spine procedures. The advantages of this technology are: Highly efficient workflow, minimized intraoperative radiation exposure; High accuracy; Cost efficiency.


Thanks to the control of this RoboticScope microscope with head movements, the surgeon can guide his instruments from an ergonomically optimal position even looking at the anatomy at an angle.

Protective products

Stöckli Medical offers a wide range of high-quality protective products:

Medical Face Masks
Filtering face pieces FFP2
Medical Masks for children, Medical Masks for teenagers 
Mask Holder

The latest blog posts at a glance

Four facts about the spinal column

In medical practice, a thorough understanding of the anatomy and functions of the spine is essential in order to effectively treat patients with back pain and musculoskeletal disorders. The spine, consisting of 24 vertebral bones, not only fulfils a load-bearing...

The importance of health innovations using the example of endoscopy at the Hôpital du Valais

At the Hôpital du Valais in Sion, innovation to improve patient treatment is a top priority.A prominent example of this is the endoscopic treatment of the spine. This procedure, which can relieve intense back pain, is carried out by a highly qualified team of...

Healthy Back

Rapid technological advances and the development of new techniques are constantly changing spine surgery. Discover four important advances in spine surgery you should know nad get tips for keeping a healthy back:Maintaining a healthy weight can help reduce your risk...

Latest-generation navigation system in use at Besançon University Hospital

The paediatric department at Besançon University Hospital is the first hospital in France to purchase the most innovative navigation system from 7D Surgical. The FLASH™ navigation system works completely without intraoperative X-rays, which is of enormous benefit to...

A transformative Journey in Full-Endoscopic Spine Surgery Training

It has been an honour to perform two full-endoscopic training courses over the past three days. PD Dr. Jean-Yves Fournier and Dr. Alexandre Simonin expertly led the transforaminal endoscopy course. We thank PD Dr. Fournier and Dr. Nicolas Lauper for sharing their...

Our People – committed employees make the difference

To improve patient care, we need to provide intelligent technologies and services. That’s why we need good people. We offer interesting jobs in a dynamic environment and nice development possibilities.

As employees are best in what they love most, we align their personal development goals and ambitions with the many interesting work fields we can offer.