Spine Distributor - Michigan Spine
- Detroit, MI, USA
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SpineCraft is a privately-held US medical device company offering a wide range of products for addressing spine deformities & complex spine problems, minimally invasive spine surgery, cervical & thoracolumbar degenerative conditions, non-fusion applications and orthobiologics & bone substitutes. Surgeon input remains central to the way the company approaches working on new innovations and improving existing products. We hear and see, first hand, the concerns and obstacles surgeons encounter which allows us to create intelligent implant & instrument solutions. This surgeon-centric approach results in more practical devices that provide intraoperative efficiency for surgeons, cost-effectiveness for hospitals & healthcare systems, and superior outcomes for patients. SpineCraft offers products for: Cervical Thoracolumbar Interbody Fusion Non-Fusion Applications Orthobiologics and Bone Substitutes Patient Education SpineCraft develops and manufactures spine surgery implants & instruments systems and surgical tools that provide a wide range of surgical solutions that benefit, improve and enhance the quality of life for patients with back pain, neck pain, degenerative disc conditions, spine deformities and injuries due to trauma. We have all experienced back pain at one time or another; 70 to 85 percent of all people have back pain at some time in their lives. What question to ask your medical professional can be daunting and confusing. The links to the websites below may have the appropriate information to help elevate this confusing. Scoliosis Research Society, for further knowledge of Scoliosis, detection and treatment. The North American Spine Society, the information provided on this Web site is developed and reviewed by the physician members and spine specialists of the North American Spine Society. Spine Universe, an educational website for the patient and professional. SpineCraft does not provide medical advice and the information on the above websites is not designed to replace a physician's judgment about the appropriateness or risks of a procedure for a given patient. Always consult your doctor or health care provider regarding your medical conditions or back problem.