Spine 2.0 serves as the foundation for our strategy moving forward. The surgeon is core to our business and cares for the patient. We are committed to providing every surgeon with innovative technologies and responsive, well-trained local representation. We remain focused on quality in everything we do, which means not only in the technologies we invent, manufacture, deliver, and service, but more importantly in the way we execute our business every day around the world.
Tritanium In-Growth Technology, used to build the Tritanium interbody cages, has been designed for bone in-growth and biological fixation.1 The unique porous structure is designed to create a favorable environment for cell attachment and proliferation2,3, and may be able to wick or retain fluid when compared to traditional titanium material.4 Inspired by the microstructure of cancellous bone3, and enabled by AMagine, our proprietary approach to implant creation using additive manufacturing, this technology is deliberately designed for fusion.
Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology uses an advanced 3D printing method to create structures that were once considered impractical with traditional manufacturing techniques. Starting with a titanium powder, the implants are grown through the selective application of a high-energy laser beam, allowing for the incorporation of both a porosity and surface roughness that pre-clinical data have associated with bone growth activity.5
This unique screw family features True-Tip technology, a dual lead thread pattern and 24 circumferential serrations on the distal tip of the screw. Its cortical cancellous thread pattern is a continuation of our clinically proven Xia design philosophy, and is built to maximize performance and purchase in both cortical and cancellous vertebral bone.
The Everest Deformity Spinal System features a top-loading pedicle screw in a variety of screw types and the ability to accommodate titanium and cobalt chrome rods of two different diameters. The revolutionary instrumentation is designed to address the most difficult correction maneuvers for complex spinal pathologies.
Mesa 2 Deformity
Mesa 2 screws are top-loading, low-profile, and feature Zero-Torque Technology. The streamlined instrumentation is designed for efficiency and ease of use. This system is poised to address the most difficult correction maneuvers for complex spinal pathologies.
Rail 4D Technology
Rail 4D Technology incorporates a “beam–like” design providing rigidity to aid in the restoration of sagittal balance, while maintaining a low profile.
The Ravine Lateral Access System is a dual flat blade platform for a true muscle-splitting trans-psoas approach, offering rigid fixation to the spine and an option for both a third and fourth blade. With its ability to fixate directly to the spine, Ravine effectively eliminates the need for a traditional table-mounted arm by referencing the patient.
Cascadia Lateral 3D
The Cascadia Lateral 3D Interbody System includes a full range of implant sizes designed to accommodate the vertebral anatomy. The Cascadia Lateral 3D cages are built with Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology, which incorporates 500μm longitudinal channels throughout the implant, which in conjunction with transverse windows, create an interconnected lattice design to allow for bony integration.6
Everest MI XT
The Everest Minimally Invasive (MI) XT Spinal System features Everest screw technology with metal extensions for minimally invasive rod delivery and reduction.
MOJAVE PL 3D
The Mojave PL 3D Expandable Interbody System is a fusion device designed to allow for independent control of the anterior and posterior height in the lumbar spine. The implant can be locked at any desired height and lordosis to aid in the restoration of sagittal balance.
Balance ACS (BACS)
Balance ACS is a comprehensive platform that applies three-dimensional solutions across the entire clinical care continuum to help drive quality outcomes for spine patients. It provides tools – from surgical preauthorization and preoperative planning to 3D anatomical modeling and postoperative reporting – to support the perioperative process.
SpineMap 3D Software’s intuitive, customizable design lets surgeons create personalized workflows and enhance efficiency in every procedure. Designed for use with the Stryker NAV3i Platform, Stryker NAV3 Platform and NavSuite3 Kit, SpineMap 3D Software is compatible with a wide variety of imaging devices from pre-op CTs to the latest intraoperative imaging platforms.
BIO4 is a viable bone matrix containing endogenous bone forming cells (including mesenchymal stem cells, osteoprogenitor cells, and osteoblasts) as well as osteoinductive and angiogenic growth factors.
Vitoss is a synthetic bone graft with a unique interconnected, ultra-porous structure that resembles human cancellous bone. Available in three formulations (foam pack, foam strip or morsels and blocks), it possesses the same three bone healing components as iliac crest bone graft when it is combined with bone marrow aspirate – a scaffold (osteoconductive), cells (osteogenic) and signals (osteoinductive).7
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The Yukon OCT Spinal System features a top-loading polyaxial screw with high angulation and the ability to accommodate rods in two diameters. The system offers a comprehensive selection of polyaxial screws, hooks, rods, connectors, and occipital plates.Learn more
The Denali Degenerative Spinal System is a top-loading polyaxial pedicle screw system, featuring off-axis screw height adjustment. Providing innovative instrumentation, the system allows for advanced distraction and reduction capabilities.Learn more
The Capri Cervical 3D Expandable Corpectomy Cage System provides an innovative, 3D-printed solution for stabilization of the spine in cases of vertebral body resections resulting from trauma or tumor. Capri Cervical 3D Expandable is constructed using Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology. This technology incorporates 500 um longitudinal channels throughout the implant, which in conjunction with transverse windows, create an interconnected lattice designed to allow for bony integration. Learn more
A low profile pedicle fixation system enabled by power and navigation technologiesLearn more
A comprehensive set of implants and instruments that facilitates a less invasive posterior lumbar interbody fusion through the use of low profile screws placed in a cortical trajectoryLearn more
Standalone cage with variable screw angulation and a one step locking plate for use in ALIF proceduresLearn more
1. PROJ 43909 | Tritanium technology claim support memo
2. RD0000053710 | Tritanium cell infiltration and attachment experiment
3. Karageorgiou V, Kaplan D. Porosity of 3D biomaterial scaffolds and osteogenesis. Biomaterials. 2005 Sep;26(27):5474-91
4. RD0000050927 | Tritanium material capillary evaluation
5. Pre-clinical data may not represent clinical results.
6. K2M Cascadia TR-1220 Rev 1
7. Bellincampi, L., Clineff, T., Erbe, E., Osteoinductivity of Vitoss with Isologous Bone Marrow in Urist Rat Pouch Model. Society for Biomaterials. Tampa, FL. April 24-27, 2002 (Podium).GEN-WB-1_15462