The North American Spine Society (NASS) meets this week at its annual congress in Dallas. Companies will be using the event at which to showcase their latest and greatest offerings and Precision Spine is no exception as it trumpets the release of three new systems.
Precision Spine’s showing at NASS marks the first time the company has attended the event following its acquisition of Spinal USA earlier this year, as reported on our pages here.
The company will be showcasing the ReForm™ Pedicle Screw System, which is indicated for multi-level correction of the thoracic and lumbar spine. Also in the shop window will be the new Slimplicity™ Solo anterior cervical plate system, and the company’s minimally invasive instrumentation.
The new offerings complement an already comprehensive array of cervical and thoracolumbar spinal technology solutions that Precision Spine currently markets through its wholly owned subsidiary, Spinal USA. These include the recently released S-LOK™ PC Posterior Cervical System and VAULT™ Stand Alone ALIF System.
Precision Spine President, Rich Dickerson said, “We are excited to be introducing three new systems at the upcoming NASS meeting. We will be launching the ReForm™ Pedicle Screw System, which is indicated for multi-level correction of the thoracic and lumbar spine. With ReForm, spine surgeons can have the advantage of strength without compromising the versatility of a low profile design.
“In addition, the new Slimplicity™ Solo System will make its debut. This new anterior cervical plate system, which offers one of the slimmest profile plates available in the market, is designed to have a simple and secure locking mechanism that facilitates visual locking confirmation. We will also introduce our next generation of MIS (minimally invasive surgery) instrumentation. The new instruments further enhance the surgeon’s ease of access and control during surgery.”
Source: Precision Spine Inc., Business Wire