October 17, 2017
MACON, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Southern Spine, LLC, an ISO 13485:2003 certified manufacturer of implants and instruments for spinal surgery, announced today the release of a current literature review on the “Clinical and Biomechanical Advantages of Interspinous Process Fixation.” This in-depth review covers the use of interspinous process fixation devices such as their StabiLink®MIS Interlaminar Spinal Fixation System that offer the benefits of fewer intraoperative complications, quicker recovery times and lower adjacent segment disease while providing comparable rigidity, fusions rates and patient-reported outcomes when compared to pedicle screw fixation.
Southern Spine is making this 10-page publication available to anyone who would like a copy. Please email your request to Southern Spine at email@example.com and state that you would like either an electronic or hard copy of this comprehensive literature review and bibliography sent to your attention.
“We have confidence that our latest designs of the Dual Lamina and eZ Lamina StabiLink® Systems with our Laminar-LockTMtechnology offer surgeons and patients one of the best clinical choices for treating their pain and instability without limiting any of their future options,” stated David Field, CEO of Southern Spine. “We believe that choosing an Interspinous Process Fixation device is the best first option for many patients and that our StabiLink® MIS System is the ultimate interlaminar fixation system available.”
The StabiLink® MIS Spinal Fixation System is FDA Cleared and CE Marked and has been successfully used in thousands of clinical procedures. You can get a “Hands On” demonstration of the innovative StabiLink® MIS System at the upcoming 2017 North American Spine Society (NASS) in Orlando, FL, October 25-27 at Booth #229.
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