MINNEAPOLIS, May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- CoreSpine Technologies, LLC, an emerging spinal device company announced today the expansion of its platform technology for spinal implant procedures to include an application for minimally invasive fusion.
The development of CoreSpine's Technologies' initial prototype concentrated on generating a complete and selective nucleus removal device. The technology was recently expanded to incorporate a cartilage removal device for endplate preparation. The importance of the company's proprietary technology is elevated as spinal implants and therapies begin to require more effective nucleus removal and endplate preparation through limited access.
There is a strong momentum within the spine industry to move in the direction of products that support tissue sparing, motion preserving and minimally invasive techniques. The goal of CoreSpine's proprietary technology is to universally meet the specific preparation requirements of both current and emerging implant technologies.
Initial data to support the technology's enhanced ability over existing options will be presented at the Spine Arthroplasty Society's 8th annual meeting in Miami. The presentation by John Sherman, M.D., Medical Director for CoreSpine will occur on Friday, May 9th at 3:09 p.m. The presentation consists of initial data collected using CoreSpine's prototype for nucleus removal. Additional information will be available in CoreSpine's booth, #327, during the SAS meeting.
About CoreSpine Technologies, LLC
CoreSpine Technologies, LLC is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN. The company is focused on developing a platform technology to produce advanced surgical devices for the complete or selective removal of material from the lumbar disc space. The devices are intended for use in the rapidly emerging and changing fields of spinal therapies. The first products will set the standard for preparing the spinal disc for artificial nucleus replacement and minimally invasive fusion devices, becoming the preferred method for effective and safe preparation of the lumbar spinal disc space. For additional information, please visit the company's website at http://www.corespinetech.com or visit booth #327 during the Spine Arthroplasty Society's Annual Meeting.
CONTACT: Christine M. Horton, Founder of CoreSpine Technologies, LLC,
Web site: http://www.corespinetech.com/