Advanced Spine Implant Devices for Spine Disorder Patients
Population aging is linked to spinal degeneration and increased spinal disorders. Changing the lifestyle leads to an increase in obesity in the population—one of the key growth drivers of spinal disorder. The increase in the prevalence of spinal injuries is expected to contribute further to the growth of the spinal implant market during the forecast.
Spinal implant manufacturers have begun to introduce several new technologies in the manufacturing process. The manufacturers focus mainly on developing devices with minimally invasive approaches, minimizing postoperative pain and complications, and enabling faster recovery. Various market players focus on the development of effective spine treatment technologies which increases the research on the spinal cure. This development leads to the market growth of spine technology.
SpineSource was founded in 2004 and is a market leader in introducing expandable devices in the U.S. market for spinal implants. SpineSource’s innovations have proven to benefit caregivers and patients. These innovative devices offer atraumatic techniques for optimizing the positioning of the device and increasing the chances of a positive clinical result. The implant devices of SpineSource greatly benefit hospitals and surgeons to fasten the treatment and improve the wellbeing of patients with spinal disorders.
Tom Mitchell, founder, and president of SpineSource said, “I am looking forward now to the challenge and satisfaction of having our own products where we own sole control and decision-making on quality, safety, performance and marketability, all based right here in America.”
SpineSource has recently acquired Kisco International (France), the intellectual property of two spinal implant systems. The acquisition includes the L-VARLOCK Expandable Lumbar Cage and other unique medical devices.
Since 2016, SpineSource has been marketing and distributing the expandable L-VARLOCK cage through its independent sales force. The cage is designed to provide spinal surgeons with a device that can be extended from zero to 24.5 degrees and extended within the disk space from zero to 7.1 mm. Made of titanium alloy, the cage is intended to provide a preferred osteointegration material and a wide open material for bone growth.
SpineSource offers a high level of quality products and services based on clinical and industry expertise. The delivered intelligent technology of Spinesource will continue to promote the well-being of patients with spinal disorders in a more convenient manner.