3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, has become a fascinating topic for those operating in the spinal surgery space and one that could potentially transform the industry over the next decade. Production of additively manufactured orthopae...
According to iData Research, the global spine market is valued at over $14.4 billion USD and is projected to approach $18 billion by 2023. The largest among the regions is undoubtedly the U.S. market, valued at $7.7 billion in 2017. The US TOP PLAYERS The 10 top spine players in the US market are the following: …
Tampa, Fla.-based Joseph Spine surgeons Samuel Joseph Jr., MD, and Andrew Moulton, MD, performed one of the first cases using Osseus Fusion Systems' 3D-printed Aries-L lumbar interbody fusion device.
Dr. Robert Watkins, Jr. has officially joined the Osseus Fusion Systems Aries-L alpha launch team!
On the back of a pretty significant seal of approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Osseus Fusion Systems gained a foothold in a market dominated by a host of multinational powerhouses.
Several orthopedic and spine device companies are testing the waters with 3D printing. Here are 10 updates from across the industry.
As per the recently published analysis by Market Research Future (MRFR), the global spinal implants market is set to expand at a CAGR of 5.5% during the forecast period 2017 to 2023.
In January, surgeons implanted a novel 3D-printed titanium spinal device into a patient to correct spinal problems.
Robert Watkins Jr., MD, performed his first surgery with the Osseus Fusion Systems Aries-L technology, which is currently in alpha launch.
The approval is one of the largest FDA 510(k) clearance for an entire family of 3D-printed lumbar interbody fusion devices at once in the history of the spine industry.
The Lumbar Lateral Cage surgery for many years has been a growing trend.