UConn Health spine center uses new device during herniated disc surgery

Written by Eric Oliver | August 09, 2019 | Print  |

Farmington, Conn.-based UConn Health Comprehensive Spine Center used the AnchorKnot Tissue Approximation Kit to repair tissue during a herniated disc surgery.

Anchor Orthopedics developed the AnchorKnot system, which allows surgeons to approximate tissue. Issac Moss, MD, co-director of the center, is believed to be the first surgeon in Connecticut to use the system. 

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