Devices for Orthopedics and Interventional Spine Markets
The Orthopedics and Interventional Spine markets are growing steadily due to the aging population and increasing obesity. It includes devices that are used in joint repair or replacement, and minimally invasive devices used for degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, and compression fractures of the spine.
Our OsteoXpress™* and OsteoPrecision™* Graft Delivery Devices deliver allograft, autograft, or synthetic bone graft materials to an orthopedic surgical site. FibriJet® Biomaterial Delivery Devices are the "gold standard" in the industry for precisely dispensing single- and multi-component biomaterials with simple, one-handed operation. With a variety of single-use applicators and tips, these modular delivery systems have the flexibility to meet the needs of many surgical procedures.
Our balloon catheter expertise includes kyphoplasty catheters and builds on our foundation of complex components including medical balloons, heat shrink tubing, and engineered shafts and delivery systems.
This surgery relieves pain and restores stability to the spine by fusing multiple vertebrae together and eliminating the motion between them.
Fracture repair is used to treat broken bones with screws, pins, plates, or rods when immobilization is not sufficient.
This surgical procedure reconstructs a functional limb with an implant and/or graft material.
Arthroscopic repair is a minimally-invasive procedure used to treat spine injuries (spinal disc herniations, spine trauma, spinal deformity, or tumors), knee injuries (meniscal tears), and shoulder injuries (rotator cuff tears, subacromial impingement, and shoulder instability) through a small incision rather than open surgery.
MIS Lumbar Discectomy
This surgery is used to remove part of a damaged disc in the lower back with smaller incisions than an open lumbar discectomy.
Balloon Carpal Tunnelplasty
Carpal tunnel can be treated with a minimally-invasive procedure where a balloon is expanded to increase the space in the carpal tunnel and improve decompression without creating a large incision.
Kyphoplasty is a procedure used to treat fractured vertebra by first using a balloon catheter that helps the vertebra regain its normal shape and then injecting bone cement into the space created.