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Exhibit 99.1 INVESTOR PRESENTATION March 2022 Accelerating MIS Spine Culture | Technology | Accessibility

DISCLAIMER AND CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE In this presentation, “Accelus”, the “Company”, “we”, “us” and “our” mean Integrity Implants Inc. d/b/a Accelus. All amounts are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise indicated. The information contained herein does not purport to contain all of the information about the Company or CHP Merger Corp. (“CHP”). The information contained herein has not been independently verified. In connection with the proposed business combination, CHP intends to file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC ) a registration statement on Form S-4 (the Registration Statement ), which will include a preliminary proxy statement/prospectus and a definitive proxy statement/prospectus, and other related documents. 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The forward-looking information set forth therein reflects expectations as of the date hereof and is subject to change thereafter. The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements contained in this presentation are expressly qualified by this cautionary statement. This presentation is not intended to form the basis of any investment decision and there can be no assurance that any transaction will be undertaken or completed in whole or in part. The delivery of this presentation shall not be taken as any form of commitment on the part of the Company or its shareholders to proceed with any transaction, and no offers will subject the Company or its shareholders to any contractual obligations before definitive documentation has been executed. The Company reserves the right at any time without prior notice and without any liability to (i) negotiate with one or more prospective investors in accordance with any timetable and on any terms that the Company may decide, (ii) provide different information or access to information to different prospective investors, (iii) enter into definitive documentation and (iv) terminate the process, including any negotiations with any prospective investor without giving any reasons therefor. This presentation does not constitute (i) a solicitation of a proxy, consent or authorization with respect to any securities or in respect of the proposed business combination or (ii) an offer to sell, a solicitation of an offer to buy, or a recommendation to purchase any security of CHP, the Company, or any of their respective affiliates. No offering of securities shall be made except by means of a prospectus meeting the requirements of Section 10 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or an exemption therefrom. ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 2

DISCLAIMER AND CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE This presentation includes certain financial measures not presented in accordance with GAAP. These non-GAAP financial measures are not measures of financial performance in accordance with GAAP and may exclude items that are significant in understanding and assessing the Company’s financial results. Therefore, these measures should not be considered in isolation or as an alternative to net income, cash flows from operations or other measures of profitability, liquidity or performance under GAAP. You should be aware that the Company’s presentation of these measures may not be comparable to similarly-titled measures used by other companies. The Company believes these non-GAAP measures of financial results provide useful information to management and investors regarding certain financial and business trends relating to the Company’s financial condition and results of operations. 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Consequently, no disclosure of estimated comparable GAAP measures is included and no reconciliation of the forward- looking non-GAAP financial measures is included. In addition, these non-GAAP financial measures may be calculated or presented differently than, and may not be comparable to, non-GAAP financial measures disclosed by other companies. This presentation contains forecasts with respect to the Company’s projected financial results, including Revenue and CAGR, for the Company’s fiscal years 2021 through 2025, and the data presented for the fiscal year 2020 is derived from unaudited financials. The Company’s independent auditors have not audited, reviewed, compiled or performed any procedures with respect to the projections for the purpose of their inclusion in this presentation, and accordingly, they did not express an opinion or provide any other form of assurance with respect thereto for the purpose of this presentation. 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This presentation includes market and industry data and forecasts that Accelus has derived from publicly available information, various industry publications, other published industry sources and internal data and estimates. Industry publications and other published industry sources generally indicate that the information contained therein was obtained from sources believed to be reliable. Internal data and estimates are based upon information obtained from trade and business organizations and other contacts in the markets in which Accelus operates and Accelus’ and our management’s understanding of industry conditions. Although we believe that such information is reliable, we have not had this information verified by any independent sources. Any estimates underlying such market-derived information and other factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the independent parties’ estimates and in our estimates. ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 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INVESTMENT RATIONALE Accelus provides a compelling opportunity for CHP Massive Market Positive Clinical Affordable, Opportunity Outcomes Accessible Solution Attractive Growth Profile, Leverage CHP’s Health High Gross Margins System Relationships Differentiated Platform Disrupting Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 4


ACCELUS AT A GLANCE Improving procedures and outcomes, creating favorable economics, and providing broad accessibility Transformational robotic solution, reducing procedural complexity and Clinically-impactful, data- Attractive busines accelerating growth driven, cost-effective, model with pull-through enabling implant revenue opportunities technology Expanding access Providing broad to care in the accessibility, lowering underserved MIS the cost of care and spinal surgery market expanding the market ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 6

TRANSFORMATIONAL ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES Robust Portfolio Designed to Enable MIS Spine Surgery Innovative Line of MIS Enabling Spinal Implants Elegant and Affordable Robotic System Multidirectional Expandable Interbody Implant Systems Transformational Robotic Targeting and Navigation Platform * 2-D FlareHawk7 TiHawk Platform Toro-L *FDA clearance pending or pipeline product under development ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 7

SIGNIFICANT MARKET OPPORTUNITY Large Spine Market, Opportunities for Disruption Spinal Fusion Market Overview Size of Accelus’ Current Addressable Market • Large, established U.S. addressable market of $5.3 billion Pedicle Biologics • Demographics support continued market growth Screws and • International spinal fusion market of $3.0 billion Rods $0.8B Other • Opportunity to capture market share with a truly Instrumentation differentiated platform $0.3B $2.6B KEY TRENDS ACCELERATING GROWTH $5.3B+ US Market ü MIS Proceduresü Transition to the ASC Opportunity ü Endoscopic Surgeryü Robotics/Navigation $1.6B ü Expandable Cagesü Augmented Reality Lumbar Interbody Fusion Devices ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 88

SPINAL FUSION SURGERY STATUS QUO Opportunities to Address Substantial Unmet Clinical Needs MIS Procedures Remain Underpenetrated The Need for Surgical Robotics in Spine MIS techniques offer advantages over open surgical Robotic systems are becoming more widely adopted, procedures for patients, surgeons and facilities… given benefits from technological advancements DISADVANTAGES OF OPEN Accurate SPINE SURGERY PROCEDURES • Lengthy procedures Repeatable • Significant blood loss • Extensive soft tissue disruption Reliable • Extended recovery times Traditional TLIF Minimally invasive Pedicle Screws are misplaced in 10% of cases incision TLIF incisions performed freehand (without robotic navigation) …yet only approximately Limitations of current spine surgery robotic systems of spinal fusion procedures High introductory costs are currently performed minimally invasively Steep learning curves to operate 20% Large footprints within the operating room ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 9

ACCELUS OFFERS KEY ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES Addressing the Unmet Clinical Needs of Spine Surgery Multidirectional Expandable Interbody Platform Enabling Robotic Targeting and Navigation System Simple Compact Minimal Insertion Profile Affordable Improved Graft Delivery Significant Fusion Rates Providing broader accessibility and enabling MIS procedures ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 10

ADDRESSING THE CONSTRAINTS OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SPINE PROCEDURES Simpler, safer procedures with more consistent outcomes • Reduce procedural complexity… Access Without Compromise Adaptive Geometry + Precision Robotics • Expand visualization… • Increase reproducibility… • Reduce radiation… • Address inefficiency… • Reduce learning curve… ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 11

ACCELUS OFFERS A TOTAL MIS IMPLANT SOLUTION Solutions to address the complete procedure Innovative Expandable Proprietary Biomaterial Robotic Targeting Interbody Platform Fixation Systems Offerings and Navigation ** * Proprietary screw Allograft comprised Economically attractive robotic Differentiated and cost-effective technology with substantial demineralized bone matrix solution with sustainable source solutions with high gross margins growth potential (DBM) cortical fibers of consumables revenue *Currently under development ** Private labeled product marketed by Accelus ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 12


REVOLUTIONARY MULTIDIRECTIONAL EXPANDABLE IMPLANT TECHNOLOGY TM in Action What is “Adaptive Geometry”? Next-generation solution for MIS procedures Proprietary expandable cage technology, featuring multidirectional expansion of interbody devices Why Does it Matter? Minimal insertion profile with maximum footprint Delivers access through a narrow, neural corridor Respects the natural anatomy of the patient Designed for improved safety and clinical Adaptive Geometry Integrated Across the Portfolio outcomes* *Zero reported subsidence or device-related adverse events (Coric et al, Bidirectional Expandable Technology for Transforaminal or Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion: A Retrospective Analysis of Safety and Performance, Int J Spine Surg. 2020) ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 14

GAME-CHANGING PORTFOLIO OF SPINAL IMPLANTS WITH ADAPTIVE GEOMETRY Our Mission Solve the clinical challenges of MIS procedures through innovation and enabling technology The Problem MIS solutions have focused on surgical techniques improve footprint, but results are mixed and complications remain Nerve and Vascular Injuries Subsidence and Non-Union Our Solution Multidirectional expandable lumbar fusion device, with a minimal insertion profile and maximum expansion Clinical Results Robust performance and significant clinical outcomes *One year follow up study found 96.6% of patients and 97.4% of levels were considered Device-Related fused, and there were zero cases of device subsidence exceeding 25% of the device height, Fusion Rate* Subsidence* 97.4% 0 0% Adverse Effects* per Coric et al, Bidirectional Expandable Technology for Transforaminal or Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion: A Retrospective Analysis of Safety and Performance, Int J Spine Surg. 2020 ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 15

Broad service offering to address MIS needs FlareHawk Family of Spinal Fusion Cages Designed For: Minimal Insertion Profile Multiplanar Expansion Improved Graft Delivery Minimizing neural retraction Wide footprint with no compromise Open architecture for continuous graft delivery ** Titanium Coated 7mm profile 11mm profile 9mm profile TiHawk7, 9, 11* Endoscopically Assisted TLIF expanding to 14 x 14mm expanding to 17 x 14mm 11,000+ 3 97.4% 0% 0 Cages Implanted Clinical Studies Fusion Rate* Subsidence* Device-Related Adverse Events* * Coric et al, Bidirectional Expandable Technology for Transforaminal or Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion: A Retrospective Analysis of Safety and Performance, Int J Spine Surg. 2020 **FlareHawk11 and TiHawk11 anticipated to be available in Q1 2022 ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 16

PEDICLE SCREW SYSTEM: ALLOWS PROCEDURE CROSS-SALE * Telescopic Screw Technology Open Proprietary screw technology designed to reduce current Robust implants and frustrations and complications with posterior fixation. instrumentation to Complements robotics platforms. address complex pathology MIS An all-in-one screw delivery system designed to reduce Elegant design instruments, surgical steps, and radiation. Allows for optimized for seamless repositioning of screw trajectory without percutaneous Cortical compromising screw purchase. approach Modular tulip heads with slim profiles facilitate a mid-line approach TM *Periscope under development ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 17

Optimized for daily use, with a small 30” x 30” footprint Easier to use than alternative robotic and navigation system One-third to one-fourth of the cost of alternative systems TRANSFORMATIONAL ROBOTIC TARGETING AND NAVIGATION SYSTEM ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 18

ROBOTIC TARGETING AND NAVIGATION SYSTEM The Problem: Surgeons that need robotics are in facilities that can’t afford them Our Solution: Cost-Effective Without Attractive Surgeon Economics Rapid system positioning with quick and easy Compromise set-up and breakdown allowing surgeons to Precision navigation robotic targeting system treat more patients for spine surgery, offered at a fraction of the price of the competition Enhanced Ease of Use Platform Built for Adaptability Technology designed to expand applications Constructed to streamline workflows with a simplified, intuitive design, to other spinal surgery procedures minimizing surgeon training requirements ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 19



PEER-REVIEWED CLINICAL DATA FlareHawk Clinical Studies Compendium of Published Peer- Reviewed FlareHawk Data • Published in International Journal of Spine Surgery (IJSS) • Three retrospective, peer-reviewed studies • Fusion rates commensurate with PLIF and TLIF procedures, minimal complications Navigation and Robotic Targeting System • Published in Cureus Journal of Medical Science • Comparison against most commonly used spine robot platform (Mazor-X) • Significantly shorter procedure workflow duration (better efficiency) Current in-process and proposed clinical research includes: • Pressure distribution comparison • Robotic navigation endoscopic against commonly used interbody • MIS spondy TLIF Proven workflow devices • Robotic navigation time reduction efficiencies and time • FlareHawk prospective EU • Robotic navigation Kambin’s savings when utilizing • Robotic navigation IRB submission targeting Accelus’ Robotic system • LineSider anti-skiving 22


JOURNEY OF INNOVATION Established History of Development With Robust Product Pipeline * * Zform Acquired technology 20 20 15 13 2016 2018 2019 2021 2022 & Beyond 2020 * 2-D * Toro-L Toro-Posterior & Toro-ALIF Toro-Hyperlorotic *FDA clearance pending or pipeline product under development ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 24


EXPANDABLE PLATFORM Adaptive Geometry Reimagined Expands wide first under minimal load then lifts with wide footprint FACILITATES ENTRANCE INTO LATERAL AND ANTERIOR MARKETS Lateral (LLIF) Posterior (PLIF / TLIF) Anterior (ALIF) 2022 2023 2023 Key Features and Benefits of Toro Platform Infinitely Inserted with 3D Printed Post-packed expandable minimal profile endplates with bone graft ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 26

AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER (ASC) MARKET ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES DRIVING ASC ADOPTION GROWING ASC OPPORTUNITY • Spine procedures increasingly Enables Outpatient MIS Procedures Solves Complicated moving to ambulatory surgery Issues Simply centers • 86% of spine surgeons expect to use ASCs* • Spine surgery is considered among the most profitable and cost-effective ASC procedure Economically Accessible Solutions • Reimbursement tailwinds Truly Portable Robotic expected to continue Solution, Providing Ease of Use • Win-win-win for patients, payers and providers Improved Turnover and Proven Workflow Efficiency** *Van Biesen & Johnson, Ambulatory Surgery Center Growth Accelerates: Is Medtech Ready?, Bain & Company. 2019 **Soliman et al, Accuracy and Efficiency of Fusion Robotics Versus Mazor-X in Single-Level Lumbar Pedicle Screw Placement, Cureus Journal of Medical Science. 2021 ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 27


GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES International Expansion Accelerate Grow in targeted Adoption in ASCs international markets Expand Sales Reduce barriers to moving Force Regionally fusion procedures to ASCs Launch New Rapidly expand sales Product Lines Drive Pull- team to capture share Through Revenue Targeting 7 to 10 new product launches per year Robot placement to drive pull-through sales Focused Strategy to Unlock Industry Leading Growth Focused Strategy to Unlock Industry Leading Growth ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 29

FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Revenue Forecast 2021E $27.5 5-year Growth REVENUE MILLION Expectations* 2023E $81.0 REVENUE MILLION $176M GROWING AT 2020 to 2025 $125M FORECASTED 60% CAGR $81M $48M $28M $17M Historical Non-GAAP GROSS MARGIN** 80%+ 2020 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E *Revenue projections rounded to the nearest million **Gross margin based upon Adjusted Gross Profit, a non-GAAP financial measure adjusting gross profit for inventory write-offs; refer to Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations of Integrity Implants Inc. within the S-4 filed by CHPM on February 15, 2022 and the appendix for a reconciliation of GAAP and non-GAAP financial metrics. ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 30

INVESTMENT TAKEAWAYS Enabling technologies disrupting minimally invasive spine surgery Vast underserved market with opportunities to capture share Demonstrated value proposition with compelling clinical data Accelerating Robust product pipeline addressing a broader market opportunity Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Compelling business model; pull-through revenue opportunities Experienced leadership team and industry thought leaders ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 31


TRANSACTION OVERVIEW Source of Funds Use of Funds Accelus Rollover Equity $413.5 Accelus Rollover Equity $413.5 1 Convertible Note / Series D Investments 6. 2 Cash to Balance Sheet 155.3 Proceeds from Trust Account 187. 1 Extension Premium Payments 3.1 Total Sources $606.8 Estimated Transaction Costs 34.9 Total Uses $606.8 Pro Forma Valuation Illustrative Pro Forma Ownership Share Price $10.00 Pro Forma Shares Outstanding 66.4 CHPM Public Equity Value $663.8 Shares 28% 2 (+) Debt $13.6 Extension Premium Accelus 2 (–) Pro Forma Cash ($171.8) Funders Rollover 63% 1% Equity Enterprise Value $505.6 8% EV / 2022E Revenue 10.5x CHPM Sponsor Shares EV / 2023E Revenue 6.2x Note: Estimated SPAC Cash in Trust assumes no redemptions. Excludes impact of 1.9 million sponsor earnout shares vesting ratably at $13.00 and $16.00. Excludes impact of 15.0 million public warrants and 8.0 million sponsor warrants (including 1.6 million transferred to Accelus shareholders and 2.0 million subject to earnout ratably at $13.00 and $16.00) struck at $11.50. Includes 2.1 million sponsor shares and 2.2 million sponsor warrants subject to forfeiture if cash delivered is between $150 million and $75 million after redemptions. Estimated SPAC Cash in Trust amount subject to change. 1. Includes $3.1 million of funding for the Monthly Contributions in connection with the Extension within Convertible Notes and Affiliated Series D Investments. Thus, the balance is not included in the Proceeds from Trust Account. 2. Reflects pro forma cash and debt figures set forth in the Unaudited Pro Forma Condensed Combined Financial Statements disclosed in the S-4 filing. Actual pro forma cash balances subject to change. ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 33

COMPELLING VALUATION EV / Revenue EV / Revenue Revenue CAGR 2022E 2023E ’21 – ’23 High Growth 11.9x 9.2x 37% Med-Tech Premium Spine 7.3x 6.0x 21% & Orthopedics Enabling Robotic 14.7x 10.3x 46% Technology 10.5x 6.2x 72% Accelus = $1.6 billion = $1.6 billion = $1.1 billion Precedent Robotic Transactions (2013) (2018) (2019) EV / FTM Rev. = 10.6x EV / FTM Rev. = 20.7x EV / FTM Rev. = 44.5x Source: Wall Street research, company filings and S&P Capital IQ; market data as of March 9, 2022 ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 34

HIGH VISIBILITY TO 2023 REVENUE GROWTH Commentary $81.0 • Sales of existing products lines are Core Product Growth A anticipated to be the largest contributor to • Comprised of our existing lines including: growth, largely driven by pull-through sales • FlareHawk / TiHawk* • LineSider Fixation (pedicle screws) • Robot Pull-Through revenue is expected to • Biologics account for 20% of total sales by 2025 D B Pipeline Products • Comprised of our near-term anticipated line extensions: • Toro Lateral • Toro ALIF C • Toro PLIF/TLIF B C Robot Revenue $27.5 • Comprised of robot hardware sales and revenue generated from consumables A D Pull-Through Sales • Comprised of sales from Core Products driven by robot placements • Direct pull-through of LineSider Fixation systems used in conjunction with robot • Indirect pull-through of interbody devices through cross-sale opportunities 2021E Core Products Pipeline Robot Pull-Through 2023E *Includes new iterations of FlareHawk and TiHawk products ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 35

RESULTS OF OPERATIONS Year Ended Year-to-Date December 31, September 30, ($ in thousands) 2019 2020 2020 2021 Net Revenue $16,642 $16,871 $11,773 $17,901 Cost of Revenue 3,013 4,479 3,269 4,338 Gross Profit 13,629 12,392 8,504 13,563 Non-GAAP Gross Profit 13,849 13,689 9,519 14,399 Non-GAAP Gross Margin 83% 81% 81% 80% Operating Expenses: Selling, General and Administrative 18,992 20,599 14,643 24, 162 Research and Development 2,797 3,214 2,312 3,042 Amortization of Intangible Assets 707 707 530 1,079 Total Operating Expenses 22,496 24,520 17,485 28,283 Loss from Operations (8,867) (12,128) (8,981) (14,720) Interest and Other Income (Expense) (904) (288) (215) (4,552) Income Tax (Provision) Benefit - - - 2,977 Net Loss ($9,771) ($12,416) ($9,196) ($16,295) Non-GAAP Adjusted EBITDA ($6,080) ($8,634) ($6,381) ($11,436) ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 36

NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES Year Ended Year-to-Date December 31, September 30, ($ in thousands) 2019 2020 2020 2021 Net Loss, as reported ($9,771) ($12,416) ($9,196) ($16,295) Adjustments: Add: Interest expense, net 332 288 215 3,737 Add: Amortization of intangible assets 707 707 530 1,079 Add: Depreciation 607 1,247 870 1,471 Less: Income tax benefit - - - (2,977) EBITDA ($8,125) ($10,174) ($7,581) ($12,985) Adjustments: Add: Transaction-related expenses - - - 1,405 Add Inventory write-off adjustments 220 1,297 1,015 836 Add: Loss on debt extinguishment 557 - - 93 Add: Stock-based compensation 1,268 243 185 298 Less: PPP loan forgiveness - - - (1,083) Non-GAAP Adjusted EBITDA ($6,080) ($8,634) ($6,381) ($11,436) Gross Profit, as reported $13,629 $12,392 $8,504 $13,563 Inventory write-off adjustment 220 1,297 1,015 836 Non-GAAP Adjusted Gross Profit $13,849 $13,689 $9,519 $14,399 Non-GAAP Gross Margin 83% 81% 81% 80% ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 37


ATTRACTIVE BUSINESS MODEL Enabling technology drives product pull-through Robot Placement Economically attractive option, enabling more surgeons to perform more procedures Pull-Through Screws Procedure Cross-Sale Closed robotic system Opportunities to capture drives sales of fixation additional elements of the systems procedure ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 39

ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL FOOTPRINT Strong Commercial Commercialization Infrastructure Strategy ü Dedicated internal sales force ü Rapidly expand sales team ü Grow direct sales force in ü External distributor network targeted markets ü Growing talent pool ü Continue to build capital Boulder, CO sales infrastructure ü Regionally focused ü Invest in surgeon training Carlsbad, CA and education programs ü HQ in Palm Beach Gardens, FL ü Increase procedural capture ü Centers of excellence accessible ü Focus on ASC and enterprise to our entire customer base Headquarters Palm Beach level growth Gardens, FL ü Wide breadth of hospital ü Path to expanding spine approvals procedural offerings to drive exclusivity Focused Strategy to Accelerate Growth ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 40

LUMBAR INTERBODY MARKET BY APPROACH Posterior MARKET FOR INTERBODY SPINAL 58% Anterior 23% FUSION DEVICES • Total U.S. Spinal Fusion market is $7.3 billion+ • ~250,000 lumbar spinal fusion procedures utilize interbody devices ~150,000 • Accelus’ proprietary products currently only Total Procedures address posterior procedures accounting for Addressed Today ~66% of all lumbar interbody procedures SUBSTANTIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR Lateral 19% GROWTH… Reflects percentage of total market value ($) by surgical approach ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 41

LUMBAR INTERBODY MARKET BY APPROACH Posterior ROBUST PIPELINE TO FILL OUT 58% Anterior 23% INTERBODY PORTFOLIO* • Toro expands Accelus’ market opportunity Toro-Lateral Toro-PLIF/TLIF Toro-ALIF ~250,000 Total Procedures Addressed by Pipeline ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES • More than 350,000 Cervical Fusion procedures performed annually Lateral 19% • Robot placements positioned to drive LineSider (pedicle screw) sales, which represents the largest segment of the spinal fusion market Reflects percentage of total market value ($) by surgical approach *Does not reflect full product pipeline ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 42



CHAIRMAN OF CHP MERGER CORP With an extensive 40+ year background as an Executive and Board member in both “ the health system provider and payor world, I uniquely understand the challenges that face the industry and the technologies with the strong potential to solve them. As such, I look forward to bringing my experience and network to Accelus. We are excited about the opportunity to merge with Accelus – a company that is uniquely equipped to transform the minimally invasive spine surgery segment with an innovativeportfoliooftechnologies and revolutionaryroboticsplatform. Since inception, CHPM has sought opportunities to partner with companies that are disruptors of the status quo through working to lower costs and expand access to JOSEPH SWEDISH quality healthcare. Accelus is not only a leader in this regard, but we are confident Chairman they are poised to become a leading innovator in the spinal health market. We’ve CHP Merger Corp. (CHPM) been so impressed with Chris Walsh and his team’s mission and sense of purpose. We are thrilled to partner with Accelus on their mission to redefine minimally invasive surgery as the new standard of care in spine and have already begun to leverage our industry expertise and established relationships with health systems to help realize this strategic vision. ” ©2022 ACCELUS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CONFIDENTIAL. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE. 45