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Company Overview of Lanx, Inc.

Company Overview

Lanx, Inc., a medical device company, engages in developing and commercializing spinal surgery products for surgeons in the United States. It offers spinous process fixation systems; biologics products, such as allograft sponge blocks, fillers and strips, and osteoinductive DBM putty and gel; and interbody/VBR fusion systems, facet screw systems, stand-alone ALIF systems, anterior thoracolumbar plates, allograft interbody spacers, spinal fixation systems, deformity systems, anterior cervical plates, anterior cervical plates, MIS spinal fixation systems, lateral fusion systems, and thoracic spinal fixation systems. The company provides its products for use in various spinal procedures, such a...

310 Interlocken Parkway

Suite 120

Broomfield, CO 80021

United States

Founded in 2003

Phone:

303-443-7500

Fax:

303-443-7501

Key Executives for Lanx, Inc.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 61
Co-Founder and Director
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President of Operations
Age: 64
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Lanx, Inc. Key Developments

Lanx, Inc. Appoints Fernando Villamil, MD to Surgeon Advisory Board

Lanx, Inc. announced that orthopedic surgeon Fernando Villamil, MD, of San Juan, Puerto Rico has joined its Surgeon Advisory Board. Dr. Villamil will also serve as the company's Director of Education for Latin America and oversee training initiatives in the region. Dr. Villamil is currently the Chief of the Orthopaedic Spine Service at Ashford Presbyterian Community Hospital in San Juan.

Lanx Announces Initial Launch of TIMBERLINE(TM) MPF Lateral Modular Plate Fixation System

Lanx, Inc. announced the initial launch of the TIMBERLINE(TM) MPF Lateral Modular Plate Fixation System, the first modular anchored interbody device for lateral fusion. The implant enhances the TIMBERLINE System platform, which has seen strong adoption since its launch last year. The TIMBERLINE MPF System features a modular peek intervertebral spacer and a low-profile titanium plate implant with either a two- or four-screw design. The spacer is available in various widths, heights and lengths that can be assembled to multiple plate styles and sizes intraoperatively for customized fit and fixation. The System also includes streamlined instrumentation for assembly and implantation to accommodate patient anatomy. The TIMBERLINE System generated rapid interest from the spine community following its launch in early 2012, with hundreds of surgeons trained on the technology to date. The complete lateral fusion system includes rectangular PEEK interbody devices, a fiber optic lighting system and a low profile, modular and radiolucent retractor system designed for improved visibility and access to the disc space.

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