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Fusion

 

Joint Operations Spine believes that preserving the natural state of the spine is preferable to any surgical intervention be it motion preserving or otherwise. But there are times when surgery is the only option. When motion preserving surgery does not offer the best chance of a positive outcome, or when you wish to combine fusion with motion preservation we have various solutions.

 

Coflex F+

 

 A minimally invasive device for posterior fusion with an easy and safe application based on proven interlaminar implant concept. The Coflex F+™ is intended for all applications at all levels (L1 – S1) in cases of back pain and discogenic pain due to the lumbar degenerative process or instability. Coflex F+™ causes less surgical trauma, decreases surgical and anaesthetic time and markedly reduces exposure to X-rays for the surgical team and patient compared to pedicle screw insertion. Designed with a fenestration for the insertion of bone graft the implant has a large contact surface area.

 

HPS™

 

HPS™ (Hybrid Performance System) is a dual concept, simple top loading pedicle screw system designed to address the needs of surgeons who wish to stabilise a single segment, fuse single or multiple levels and/or dynamically stabilise the last segment in a long construct to minimise the potential for adjacent segment disease development (Sears et al, 2010). The motion preserving dynamic coupler is available in a choice of stiffness, and allows for controlled motion in flexion/extension and lateral bending with significant reduction in rotation and translation.

Fusion

Joint Operations Spine believes that preserving the natural state of the spine is preferable to any surgical intervention be it motion preserving or otherwise. But there are times when surgery is the only option. When motion preserving surgery does not offer the best chance of a positive outcome, or when you wish to combine fusion with motion preservation we have various solutions.

Coflex F+

A minimally invasive device for posterior fusion with an easy and safe application based on proven interlaminar implant concept. The Coflex F+™ is intended for all applications at all levels (L1 – S1) in cases of back pain and discogenic pain due to the lumbar degenerative process or instability. Coflex F+™ causes less surgical trauma, decreases surgical and anaesthetic time and markedly reduces exposure to X-rays for the surgical team and patient compared to pedicle screw insertion. Designed with a fenestration for the insertion of bone graft the implant has a large contact surface area.

HPS™ 

HPS™ (Hybrid Performance System) is a dual concept, simple top loading pedicle screw system designed to address the needs of surgeons who wish to stabilise a single segment, fuse single or multiple levels and/or dynamically stabilise the last segment in a long construct to minimise the potential for adjacent segment disease development (Sears et al, 2010). The motion preserving dynamic coupler is available in a choice of stiffness, and allows for controlled motion in flexion/extension and lateral bending with significant reduction in rotation and translation.

Coflex F+

 

 A minimally invasive device for posterior fusion with an easy and safe application based on proven interlaminar implant concept. The Coflex F+™ is intended for all applications at all levels (L1 – S1) in cases of back pain and discogenic pain due to the lumbar degenerative process or instability. Coflex F+™ causes less surgical trauma, decreases surgical and anaesthetic time and markedly reduces exposure to X-rays for the surgical team and patient compared to pedicle screw insertion. Designed with a fenestration for the insertion of bone graft the implant has a large contact surface area.

 

HPS™

 

HPS™ (Hybrid Performance System) is a dual concept, simple top loading pedicle screw system designed to address the needs of surgeons who wish to stabilise a single segment, fuse single or multiple levels and/or dynamically stabilise the last segment in a long construct to minimise the potential for adjacent segment disease development (Sears et al, 2010). The motion preserving dynamic coupler is available in a choice of stiffness, and allows for controlled motion in flexion/extension and lateral bending with significant reduction in rotation and translation.