NOBLESVILLE, Ind.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nexxt Spine, LLC, a medical device company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets products for the surgical treatment of spinal disorders, is proud to publicize the first implantation of the NEXXT MATRIXX® Lateral Interbody System. Showcasing technology unique to the NEXXT MATRIXX® line of products, the system is centered around five core pillars for a successful fusion, incorporating an intentionally engineered 3D laser printed titanium implant.
The initial implantation was performed by Dr. Jason Toy of the Orthopedic Associates of Central Texas in Austin, Texas.
Dr. Jason Toy stated, “Spinal procedures are constantly evolving, as are the technologies associated with spinal implant designs and materials. The NEXXT MATRIXX® Lateral Interbody System continues to innovate upon procedures such as minimally invasive lateral fusion by providing a 3D manufactured titanium device designed to support osteogenesis, as well as a surface topography designed to increase osteoblast differentiation and production of angiogenic factors. The cornerstone of any surgical decision should be to increase the chances for a successful surgical procedure and improve my patient’s post-operative satisfaction. To that end, I believe the NEXXT MATRIXX® Lateral supports these goals.”
The NEXXT MATRIXX® Lateral interbody is designed to provide increased endplate coverage for stability and fusion potential, while the multiple lordotic options up to 20 degrees assists with restoring or maintaining spinal alignment. When utilized with the STRUXXURE®-L Lateral Plating System, the surgeon is afforded three surgical options for placement including being preassembled to the cage prior to implanting. All of the plate and cage placement options are designed to take advantage of procedural efficiency through a single minimally invasive surgical corridor approach.
Andy Elsbury, President and founder of Nexxt Spine notes, “Our clinicians’ patients benefit from the strength and biocompatibility of titanium, along with a modulus of elasticity comparable to PEEK. Each in-house printed interbody offers architecturally significant geometry including a 75% porous lattice designed to encourage osteointegration and radiographic visualization. The release of this important implant system continues the innovation Nexxt Spine is known for, and is a spring board for additional product advancements for 2021 and beyond.”
Products are available to current distributor partners. For more information on NEXXT MATRIXX® Lateral interbody click here or email email@example.com. Contact Jim Abraham, Chief Operating Officer, for media inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Nexxt Spine: Founded in 2009, Nexxt Spine LLC is a privately held manufacturer of spinal implants and instrumentation headquartered in Noblesville, IN. Nexxt Spine manufactures their own product line therefore offering exceptional quality, American-made implants, hardware, and custom instrumentation for a range of spinal implant needs. For more information, visit www.NexxtSpine.com.
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