Medical device company nabs 3 patents for sacroiliac joint procedure


Tampa, Fla.-based medical device company PainTEQ received three patents for a minimally invasive procedure to help sacroiliac joint dysfunction patients, the company said Sept. 15.

The first patent covers the method of stabilizing an SI joint without drilling, avoiding the potential for tissue necrosis by overheating. The second patent includes a multimodal device used to bore out the cavity where the allograft implant will be placed, and the third patent covers PainTEQ's large-window allograft implant itself.

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