Paradigm Spine hosts workshop, lunch symposium on coflex: 5 highlights

Written by Megan Wood | April 04, 2018 | Print  |

Paradigm Spine is showcasing its coflex Interlaminar Stabilization.

Here are five highlights.

1. The coflex Interlaminar Stabilization is a posterior lumbar motion preservation solution for patients with moderate to severe spinal stenosis.

2. The device is backed by two sets of Level I evidence demonstrating pain relief and stability. Additionally, studies proved coflex's ability to maintain foraminal height, increase walking distance and decrease risk of secondary intervention.

3. Paradigm Spine is highlighting the coflex at the 2018 International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery in Toronto, Canada, from April 11 to April 13.

4. The company will offer a workshop for posterior lumbar motion preservation with coflex as well as a lunch symposium titled, "Extending the Durability of Decompression with the Exclusive Posterior Lumbar Motion Preservation Solution: Level I Evidence from Two Prospective Randomized Controlled Studies."

5. The conference will also include three Paradigm Spine podium presentations.

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