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Life Spine Launches Lordotic Expandable Interbody Solution

By Business Wire | May 17, 2017

PROLIFT Lordotic allows for in-situ disc height restoration, for minimally invasive PLIF, TLIF and oblique approaches.

Life Spine, a medical device company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets products for the surgical treatment of spinal disorders today announced the full commercial launch of PROLIFT Lordotic expandable interbody solution with OSSEO-LOC technology.

PROLIFT Lordotic allows for in-situ disc height restoration, for minimally invasive PLIF, TLIF and oblique approaches. PROLIFT Lordotic, which incorporates the proprietary surface technology OSSEO-LOC, provides the surgeon the ability to restore normal spinal pelvic parameters with the multiple lordotic options, while continuing to build upon the patented expandable technologies at Life Spine.
 
OSSEO-LOC, Life Spine’s proprietary surface treatment, creates a geometric surface architecture which offers the clinical advantage of providing an osteoclastic environment, documented for the recruitment of bone building cells (osteoblasts) on titanium implants to assist with healing and solid fusions.
 
Mariusz Knap, vice president of marketing noted, "We are excited to offer PROLIFT Lordotic with the OSSEO-LOC subtractive process, as it deepens Life Spine’s commitment to providing surgeons access to our highly differentiated, minimally invasive spinal solutions. Addressing a variety of pathologies, Life Spine's procedural based solutions increase the value of care by delivering both the ability to correct spinal alignment, an improved patient experiences. Life Spine continues to develop technologies that centers on achieving restoration of spinal alignment, which has been proven to be a significant driver to successful, long-term surgical outcomes. This will be a driving force as we continue to expand the Life Spine armamentarium of surgical solutions, and partner with surgeons to help them deliver superior surgical outcomes."
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