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What is a Spinal Implant? Types, Usage and Options

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What is a Spinal Implant? Types, Usage and Options

What is a Spinal Implant
A spinal implant is a device surgically placed into the spine to support and stabilize spinal bones, or to relieve nerve compression. They can be made of metal, plastic, or other materials and can include spinal fusion devices, spinal cages, and spinal cord stimulation devices.

Spinal Implants: Types, Usage and Options

There are several types of spinal implants:

Spinal Fusion Devices: Used to fuse vertebrae together and prevent motion.

Artificial Discs: Replace damaged or worn discs in the spine to restore motion.

Spinal Cages: Filled with bone grafts to promote fusion and provide stability.

Dynamic Stabilization Devices: Used to support spinal vertebrae and control motion.

Vertebral Body Replacement: Used to replace vertebral body damaged by trauma or tumor.

Screw & Rod Systems: Used to stabilize the spine and prevent it from moving.

Spinal Cord Stimulation Devices: Used to relieve chronic pain by sending electrical stimulation to the spinal cord.

Usage and options depend on the specific condition and goals of the patient. It is important to discuss with a doctor to determine the best option.

Types of Surgeries that use Spinal Implants

The following are some common types of spinal surgeries that use spinal implants:

Spinal Fusion: To treat conditions such as spinal stenosis, herniated disc, and spinal instability.

Lumbar Decompression Surgery: To relieve nerve compression caused by conditions such as spinal stenosis.

Scoliosis Correction: To correct curvature of the spine and improve posture.

Degenerative Disc Disease: To relieve pain and improve function caused by degeneration of spinal discs.

Spinal Trauma Surgery: To stabilize the spine after injury and prevent further damage.

Spinal Tumor Surgery: To remove tumors that have formed on or near the spine.

Revision Spine Surgery: To revise or replace previous spinal implants that have failed or become damaged.

It is important to consult a doctor for a personalized recommendation based on specific conditions and goals.

Top Manufacturers of Spinal Implants
The following are some of the top manufacturers of spinal implants:

DePuy Synthes
Medtronic
Stryker
Zimmer Biomet
Globus Medical
NuVasive
K2M
Alphatec Spine
Smith & Nephew
SeaSpine Holdings

These are only a few of the many companies that manufacture spinal implants, and the list is not ranked in any particular order. It's best to check with your doctor for recommendations on specific products and manufacturers.

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