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Pioneer Surgical Technology Announces the Market Launch of the Pioneer Advantage Allograft Line of Products Including a large ALIF Interbody, Bigfoot(TM)



10/7/2010 10:26:53 AM

RALEIGH, N.C., Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Pioneer Surgical Technology today announces the market launch of the Pioneer Advantage portfolio of allograft products including a large ALIF interbody, Bigfoot. Pioneer Advantage products include machined allografts for cervical and anterior lumbar procedures as well as demineralized strips and cubes for use in various spinal and general orthopaedic surgeries.

Regarding Pioneer's ALIF implant Mr. Shane Ray, General Manager Biologics for Pioneer stated, "Compared to traditional ALIF bone products on the market today, Pioneer's Bigfoot ALIF graft is one of the most robust grafts in the industry providing a large structural area for stability as well as a large opening to promote interbody fusion. This further supports Pioneer's commitment to novel biologic products in spine".

For more information regarding Pioneer Advantage allografts or BIGFOOT ALIF products, please visit the Pioneer Surgical website at www.pioneersurgical.com.

About Pioneer Surgical Technology, Inc.

PioneerĀ® Surgical Technology, Inc. is a dynamic medical device firm founded in 1992. Pioneer's focus on innovation has resulted in over 120 U.S. and foreign patents, with numerous patents pending. The company has a comprehensive portfolio of orthopaedic, spine and biologic systems. Pioneer entered the orthobiologics market with two acquisitions in 2007. Our Orthopaedic, Spine, and Biologics divisions produce state of the art, cost-effective solutions for surgical procedures that have proven difficult or problematic for both surgeons and patients. Pioneer employs more than 270 people worldwide. For more information on Pioneer and its products, visit www.pioneersurgical.com.

SOURCE Pioneer Surgical Technology, Inc.


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