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    NuVasive to Highlight Its Enabling Technologies at NASS

    Company also to unveil its robotic application designed to support the future of spine care.

    NuVasive Expands its Advanced Materials Science™ Portfolio

    The availability of Modulus TLIF-A further extends NuVasive's technology offerings in the spinal deformity market given its differentiated ability to provide anterior column support, increase segmental lordosis and maximize capability to restore sagittal alignment.

    NuVasive Specialized Orthopedics Reaches 10,000 Nail Implant Milestone of the Precice® System for Limb Lengthening

    The Precice system is an internal nail that once implanted, utilizes an External Remote Controller (ERC) to non-invasively lengthen the limb.

    NuVasive Launches Pulse™

    The company reports Pulse is engineered to improve workflow, reduce variability and increase surgical reproducibility, Pulse addresses a broader range of clinical challenges in the operating room (OR) compared to any other enabling technology in the spine market.

    NuVasive Announces Commercial Launch of Modulus® TLIF-O

    Modulus® TLIF-O features porous surface technology that, based on pre-clinical data, provides a favorable environment for bone in-growth and bone on-growth, and consistently achieves stronger osseointegration than solid implants with smooth or rough surfaces.

    NuVasive Grows Cervical Spinal Interbody Portfolio With PEEK Corpectomy Implant

    12/10/18: Received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for expanded use of its Monolith® Corpectomy System, providing surgeons with a modular PEEK interbody solution for cervical corpectomy procedures.

    NuVasive Launches TLX® 20 Degree Expandable Spinal Interbody Implant

    9/5/18: "The TLX 20 system is an innovative device that can improve surgical workflow and patient outcomes by easily and actively enhancing the segmental alignment and interspace height," said Dr. Christopher Shaffrey, neurosurgeon at University of Virginia Health System.

    First Porous PEEK Spinal Implant Clinical Study Validates NuVasive Advanced Materials Science Technology In Treating Degenerative Cervical Disc Disease

    6/20/18: "This interbody fusion device with Porous PEEK surface technology provided improved osseointegration and supported spinal fusion in single level and multi-level cervical fusions," said Dr. J. Kenneth Burkus of the Hughston Clinic in Columbus, Ga. "Twelve-month clinical outcomes have demonstrated the efficacy and stability of the Cohere Porous PEEK interbody device and shown that it is a clinically viable implant alternative for achieving successful clinical and radiological outcomes in cervical spine fusion surgery, particularly in multi-level or revision surgeries where fusion rates are lower."

    NuVasive PRECICE STRYDE™ System Used In First Patient For Stature Lengthening By International Limb Lengthening Expert

    5/22/18: "The PRECICE STRYDE technology advances how I am able to treat patients requiring limb reconstruction or those seeking to increase their height, and I am excited to incorporate this into my practice," said Dr. Paley, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in limb lengthening and deformity correction. "I continually seek to offer better clinical solutions to my patients, and I am proud to have collaborated with NuVasive in the development of this latest orthopedic advancement."

    NuVasive, Medtronic Lead U.S. Minimally Invasive Spinal Implant Market Due to Increased Target Population Requiring Surgical Procedures

    According to a new series of reports on the U.S. minimally invasive spinal (MIS) implants market by iData Research (, growth has increased across...