Nexxt Spine Receives Patent for rTLIF Rotatable Interbody

By Julie A. Vetalice

Nexxt Spine Receives Patent for rTLIF Rotatable Interbody

Nexxt Spine received a United States Patent Award for their engineering design of the rTLIF Rotatable Interbody.

The rTLIF Rotatable Interbody design helps to improve implant positioning and aid insertion through novel mechanisms only achievable with additive manufacturing.

The rTLIF Rotatable Interbody patent comes during anhttps://www.orthoworld.com/nexxt-spine-launches-nexxt-matrixx-stand-alone-cervical-system/ expansion period for the company. In the past 18 months, Nexxt Spine has offered full market launches for NEXXT MATRIXX® products such as Stand Alone Cervical, Corpectomy, Lateral, and Stand Alone ALIF. Recently, they have doubled their manufacturing facility from 18,000 sq. ft. to 36,000 sq. ft. at their headquarters outside Indianapolis, Indiana.

“Receiving another patent shows the hard work and dedication of our engineers and to the company as a whole. We continue to innovate, design, and manufacture one of the best 3D printed porous titanium spinal implants in the market,” said Nexxt Spine President and CEO, Andy Elsbury.

Source: Nexxt Spine

Product Labels: Lumbar Spine, Spinal Fusion

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