January 30, 2015 3:30 PM ET

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Company Overview of SpineVision, Inc.

Company Overview

SpineVision, Inc., a spinal technology company, engages in designing, developing, and marketing implants and instrumentation for spinal surgeries. It offers perforation instrument to detect iatrogenic breach in the vertebral pedicle; devices for anterior cervical interbody fusion; pivot link systems; anterior cervical plate systems for anterior cervical constructs; and thorac-lumbar spinal systems. The company also involves in developing products in the area of motion preservation and minimal invasive surgery. Its products offer solutions for various spinal pathologies, such as deformities, lumbar degenerative disc diseases, cervical disorders, trauma, and tumors. The company is based in Sau...

1505 Bridgeway

Suite 118

Sausalito, CA 94965-1967

United States





Key Executives for SpineVision, Inc.

Chief Financial Officer
Director of Operations
Managing Director of UK Operations
Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance
Director of France-Belux Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

SpineVision, Inc. Key Developments

SpineVision, Inc. Expands Flex+2(TM) Product Family

SpineVision, Inc. announced that it has: expanded its Flex+2(TM) dynamic stabilization platform offerings with the addition of the prebent Flex+(TM)2 for use in hybrid cases; and, received regulatory approval to market its Flex+2(TM) products in Brazil. Earlier in 2013, SpineVision(R) started selling its new-generation Flex+2(TM) dynamic and hybrid stabilization rod in Europe. In addition, 510(k) approval has been granted in the United States for a range of surgical instrumentation focused on a minimally invasive approach to treating conditions related to aging and degeneration of the spine.

Dsm Polymer Technology Group, Inc. Signs New License to Supply Bionate(R) Ii PCU for Use in SpineVision's

DSM, a announced that the company has signed a license and supply agreement with spinal implant and surgical systems developer, SpineVision(R). The agreement grants SpineVision(R) the use of Bionate(R) II PCU, a proprietary DSM polymer, in its new Flex(+/-) 2(TM) system. The system is adaptable to the various stages of disc degeneration from early degeneration of intervertebral discs to total disc degeneration requiring fusion procedures. This level of flexibility not only offers spine surgeons more options in the treatment of lumbar disc diseases, but also allows selective segmental stabilization to better treat disc degeneration throughout multiple stages. The Flex(+) 2(TM) system utilizes a top-loading, top-tightening design, which accommodates both open and percutaneous approaches. DSM's Bionate(R) II PCU encapsulates the metal wire and provides the system with enhanced frontal and sagittal stabilization, assuring flexion and extension, which allow for increased freedom of movement and better accommodation to the spine without loss of strength or stability.

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