News: Genesys Spine to Debut Cortical Spinal System at NASS 2016 Conference
Genesys Spine is pleased to announce the release of our latest product line, the TiLock Cortical Spinal System.
WEST LAKE HILLS, Texas, Oct. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Genesys Spine is pleased to announce the release of our latest product line, the TiLock Cortical Spinal System.
The system will be featured at our cadaveric lab being performed during the NASS 2016 Conference at the Boston BioSkills Lab onThursday, October 27, 2016.
TiLock Cortical Spinal System offers midline screw placement with a medial/ lateral trajectory to provide a substantial anatomy-conserving alternative to traditional pedicular fixation. Its unique tapered, self drilling/tapping feature facilitates an easy start that transitions into a Corticocancellous thread form for maximum fixation in bone. The reduced tulip head profile allows for efficient screw placement with nominal bony removal helping to mitigate the risk of adjacent facet encroachment.
Dr. Matthew Philips, Director of the Brain and Spine Center at SouthCoast Health in Massachusetts and board certified neurosurgeon says, "The Genesys Spine Cortical Screw System is a low profile screw system that requires less dissection and provides superior fixation compared to traditional pedicle screws. The low profile combined with unique thread geometry proved for insertional ease with maximal purchase."
"Genesys Spine is proud to introduce our latest product offering during the NASS 2016 Conference in Boston," says Josh Kaufmann, Principal at Genesys Spine. "We feel that this product continues our goal at Genesys of creating products with an eye towards maximizing efficacy while reducing patient risk and morbidity."
About Genesys Spine: Founded in 2009, Genesys Spine is a privately held company focused on the design, development and marketing of an array of medical implants and instruments with novel characteristics. These devices, with their award winning proprietary features, all remain within existing parameters for today's current reimbursement codes.