MINIMALLY INVASIVE SPINAL SURGERIES

Magnifying the Benefits of Minimal Invasive

The trend of current practices of spinal surgery takes a turn towards less invasive procedures to lessen the patients` postoperative discomfort, shorten their convalescence and curtail hospitalization expenses.

In the treatment of degenerative spine conditions this less invasive trend comes with compromise. Less invasive procedures mean smaller incisions, but on the other hand, the surgeons find it difficult to safely navigate implants and instruments through a small incision.

In addition, due to the incision's size, it is difficult to use large enough instruments or to insert large implants into the site to be treated. The non-linear principle offers a core technology by which spinal structures may be optimally approached 360 degrees with implants and instruments in open and minimally invasive spine procedures.

Non-linear technology allows the insertion of large implants and instruments through a small incision.

A segmented non-linear structure is inserted in a straight configuration and through a small incision. The segments are deflected inside the body to form an implant according to a predefined configuration.

Advantages of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries

The benefits associated with Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are numerous.