The 1ST and Only Motion Preserving Minimally Invasive Treatment Approved for Moderate to Severe Spinal Stenosis After Decompression
The coflex® Interlaminar Technology is an Interlaminar Stabilization™ device indicated for use in one or two level lumbar stenosis from L1-L5 in skeletally mature patients with at least moderate impairment in function, who experience relief in flexion from their symptoms of leg/buttocks/groin pain, with or without back pain, and who have undergone at least 6 months of non-operative treatment. The coflex® is intended to be implanted midline between adjacent lamina of 1 or 2 contiguous lumbar motion segments. The Interlaminar Stabilization™ device is implanted after decompression of stenosis at the affected level(s).  Please see Instructions for Use for complete list of warnings, precautions and contraindications.

Designed to Deliver Surgeon Confidence and Patient Satisfaction

The coflex-F stabilization system is a posterior, non-pedicle supplemental fixation device intended for use with an interbody cage as an adjunct to fusion at a single level in the lumbar spine (LI - SI). It is intended for attachment to the spinous processes for the purpose of achieving stabilization to promote fusion in patients with degenerative disc disease - defined as back pain of discogenic origin with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history and radiographic studies with up to Grade I spondylolisthesis. The minimally invasive system is designed to allow for a low-profile, tissue-friendly, anatomical fit.
Coflex-F Features
Design Features
  • Interlaminar positioning
  • Secure anchorage through rivet fixation
  • Large contact area for optimized stress distribution
  • Five anatomical sizes
  • Color-coded instrumentation
  • Titanium alloy that is biocompatible
Reduced Iatrogenic Trauma
  • Less muscle trauma and blood loss
  • Smaller skin incision
Reduced Surgical Risks
  • Excellent safety profile
  • Protection of neural structures
Reduced Cost
  • Shorter operating time
  • Faster patient rehabilitation
Ease of Use
  • Simple surgical technique
  • Intuitive instrumentation
DCI (Dynamic Cervical Implant)

Adjacent Segment Protection

The DCI™ implant provides stable, controlled motion, allowing the spine to be functionally dynamic. After insertion, the implant works as a shock absorber to effectively prevent accelerated degeneration in the segments above and below.
DCI™ Features
Anatomical Design
  • Excellent endplate accommodation for primary stability
  • Atraumatic anchorage to avoid heterotopic ossification
  • Teeth located anteriorly for secure anchorage
  • Three implant heights for appropriate height restoration
  • Four different footprints for proper endplate coverage
Single-Piece Implant
  • Excellent fatigue strength
  • No wear debris
  • Titanium alloy
Functionally Dynamic
  • Physiological center of rotation
  • Controlled rotational stability
Axial Compliance
  • Shock absorption capabilities
  • Compressible in flexion
Ease of Use
  • Standard surgical technique
  • Easy instrumentation
  • Implant insertion under compression (reduced height)
  • Depth stop for trial implants and insertion instrument

Customized Stabilization for a Variety of Spinal Pathologies
The DSS® Stabilization System is intended as a single-level system for non-cervical pedicle fixation from the T4 to S1 vertebrae to provide immobilization and stabilization of spinal segments in skeletally mature patients as an adjunct to fusion in the treatment of acute and chronic instabilities or deformities of the thoracic, lumbar, and sacral spine. The system consists of polyaxial, cannulated pedicle screws; slotted couplers; and rigid couplers.

The DSS® System allows various fixation configurations to address patients with an array of lumbar spine anatomies and pathologies. Each construct is designed to treat specific indications and has its own limitations. It is important to review the cleared Instructions for Use for a complete list of indications, warnings, precautions, contraindications, and limitations for the rigid and slotted coupler designs.

Lowers Stresses and Reduces Risk of Adjacent Segment Disease

HPS™* is designed to combine modern, rigid spinal fixation with a topping-off option. It results in less stress on adjacent segments and a reduced risk of developing adjacent segment disease, which causes new symptoms after spine surgery. The key element, the DSS® coupler, is the most efficient coupler available on the market and has been clinically proven in about 5,000 cases all around the world.

The combination of the coupler with tulip screws and rods makes the Hybrid Performance System the most versatile and universal system available on the market, allowing for mono- and multi-level fusions. The low-profile, high-quality polyaxial screws and ergonomic instruments enable fast and optimal implant positioning and deformity correction techniques.
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