Devicemaker Camber Spine has launched a set of devices and tools that surgeons can use to perform oblique lateral interbody fusion.
Camber Spine' OLIF technique is a less-invasive approach to the lumbar spine, allowing for faster recovery time and minimized psoas disruption, according to the company.
The approach is designed for improved disc space visualization and enables surgeons to access multiple levels through one incision without repositioning the patient.
Camber Spine is in the midst of a multicity surgical training series for OLIF, which began at the Miami Anatomical Research Institute in February.
The company is bringing the training program to Las Vegas, and Austin, Texas, before returning to Miami later this year. Educators offer didactic sessions, hands-on cadaveric training and case reviews.