Southern Spine adds new Dual Lamina configuration to its StabiLink® “Ultimate MIS” Spinal Fixation System

MACON, Ga.--()--Southern Spine, LLC, an ISO 13485:2003 certified manufacturer of implants and instruments for spinal surgery, announced today that they have added the Dual Lamina configuration with Laminar-LockTM technology to their well established and successful StabiLink® MIS Spinal Fixation System. “Now that we have added the Dual Lamina construct to the armamentarium, our StabiLink® System offers the surgeon the broadest selection of implants to best meet the anatomical needs of their patients,” stated David C. Field, CEO of Southern Spine. “We have had hundreds of successful cases with our StabiLink® MIS Spinal Fixation System and we are excited about our continued growth in this expanding market segment.”

The new Dual Lamina constructs, like all the StabiLink® System implants, are designed to work with our innovative PGTM (Precision Guided) Inserter/Compressor that truly redefines ease-of-use. “We have found that once a surgeon uses our PGTM Inserter/Compressor to implant our StabiLink® MIS implant, they fully appreciate how simple and complete our system is and how it can significantly reduced the “fiddle-factor” and surgery time associated with other instrumentation,” stated Mr. Field. The PGTM Inserter/Compressor is the first and only All-in-One instrument that redefines ease-of-use and allows the surgeon to quickly and accurately place the StabiLink® Implant with or without removal of the interspinous ligaments.

The StabiLink® MIS Spinal Fixation System is FDA Cleared and CE Marked. Based on our experience in performing hundreds of successful StabiLink® MIS Spinal Implant procedures, we are adding the new Dual Lamina construct with its Laminar-LockTM technology to our existing line of implants to provide the ultimate solutions for performing minimally invasive spinal fixation procedures.

You can get a “Hands On” demonstration of the innovative StabiLink® MIS System at the following conferences:

  • 2014 North American Spine Society (NASS) in San Francisco, CA, November 12-14
  • 2014 Medica Conference in Dusseldorf, Germany, November 12-15

US Patent Numbers 8,419,738 / 8,591,547 / 8,623,024 and other USA and International Patents Pending

StabiLink is a registered trademark of Southern Spine, LLC

PG, Laminar-Lock and Southern Spine Logo are trademarks of Southern Spine, LLC

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Contacts

Southern Spine, LLC
Calder Clay III,1-478-745-0000
info@southernspine.net
www.SouthernSpine.net

Contacts

Southern Spine, LLC
Calder Clay III,1-478-745-0000
info@southernspine.net
www.SouthernSpine.net