Canyon TL

Minimally Invasive Access System

Canyon TL offers disc space distraction and visualization for various MIS TLIF techniques

Main features

  • Screw-based retractor design allows for stability and limits retractor movement
  • Top-loading frame with independent arms to facilitate easy, rigid blade attachment
  • Retractor Frame provides toeing, +25º and -5º, to increase disc space access and visualization
  • Low-profile lateral blades with 15º bend allowing for increased access
  • Optional integrated light source
  • Canyon TL is compatible with the Everest MI and Everest MI XT spinal fixation systems.

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