You are here

Procedures

Surgeons in operating room

Concerns about patient welfare and healthcare economics demand that surgeons use effective and increasingly efficient procedures. Spineology is dedicated to providing surgeons with anatomy-conserving procedures that accelerate patient recovery and increase surgical efficiency. Anatomy-conserving procedures enable surgeons to treat a broad array of pathologies with minimal disruption to bone, nerve, and muscle tissue. This may result in:

  • Reduced surgical morbidity
  • Accelerated patient recovery
  • Decreased surgical times
  • Short hospital stays

Spineology's OptiLIF™ and Duo™ anatomy-conserving procedures are transforming the way surgeons perform spine surgery. These procedures feature our proprietary mesh technology, which allows placement of anatomy-conforming interbody fusion devices through very small incisions. These devices also expand in three dimensions to create large footprints, enable the preservation of spinal anatomy, and accelerate recovery for your patients. 

Link to OptiLIF procedure pageLink to Duo LLIF page