Centinel Spine celebrates 10 years: 5 things to know

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | December 20, 2018 | Print  |

As one of the largest privately-held spine companies focused on anterior column reconstruction, Centinel Spine honored its 10-year anniversary.

Here are five things to know:

1. In 2008, the company was founded through the merger of Raymedica and Surgicraft, two medical device companies.

2. Centinel Spine manufactures the Stand-Alone/No Profile anterior lumbar interbody fusion device.

3. The STALIF technology has been around for 30 years, and more than 60,000 devices have been implanted.

4. Recently, Centinel Spine acquired the prodisc Total Disc Replacement technology platform, a cervical and lumbar motion-preserving reconstruction portfolio.

5. Centinel Spine also launched the FLX Platform of Integrated Interbody and non-integrated interbody fusion devices. These devices are 3D-printed and titanium.

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