When David Field, CEO, Southern Spine LLC, announced the launch of the company’s new medical device, the StabiLink MIS Spinal Fixation System, (ithad recently been given its FDA clearance and CE Mark), he seemed to know from the outset that he and his team were really onto something. The minimally intrusive system was developed to supply spinal fixation in lumbar fusion procedures, including the treatment of degenerative disc disease, spinal tumors, and trauma.

“We believe StabiLink MIS Spinal Fixation System represents ‘the best first option’ for many patients and can be used to treat a number of spinal conditions with much less tissue trauma than traditional spinal fixation systems,” Field says. “Patients and surgeons are demanding procedures that fill the void between non-surgical spine treatments and the more traditional, invasive spinal fusion procedures. The StabiLink MIS Spinal Fixation System successfully addresses this “void” in treatment options for many patients and surgeons.”

The primary advantage of the StabiLink MIS Spinal Fixation System is that it is positioned between the spinous processes, far from the neural elements including the spine and spinal nerves. The implant is put through a 2cm to 4cm laceration in the back making use of the cutting-edge, copyrighted PG Precision Guided Inserter/Compressor.

The PG Inserter/Compressor is an All-in-One tool that redefines ease-of-use and permits the surgeon to promptly and also properly place the StabiLink implant with or without elimination of the interspinous ligaments. Additionally, implant insertion as well as compression is safely achieved without the need for several instruments, consisting of “bulky” compressors, reducing overall surgical time. The anterior “tray” design of the StabiLink dental implant produces a perfect control location for the maximum amount of bone graft product to optimize bony fixation between the spinous procedure.

StabiLink is just one of the many new and innovative approaches to treating spinal issues that Summa Pain Care can help you with. Find your nearest Summa Pain Care location in Peoria, Phoenix or North Scottsdale today and don’t put this off any longer. Unaddressed pain generally doesn’t improve. Call our Phoenix location at 623.580.4357 , you can reach Peoria at 623.776.8686 or contact us in North Scottsdale at 480.786.1771.

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