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Unlike kyphoplasty which involves the insertion of a ballon into the patients fractured bone, our rotoplasty device utilizes one or multiple blades (depending on the patient’s condition) which are then inserted into the vertebra in a collapsed position. What’s most revolutionary is that the blades are capable of being deployed into an expanded position inside the marrow cavity, and rotated to cut a “path of least resistance” in the bone marrow. This allows more control of the flow of the cement in marrow space, proving to make it more effective than traditional methods.

Coincidentally, it is also more cost effective.

Minimally invasive vertebral compression fracture repair is one of the fastest growing segments in the overall spinal surgeries market, estimated at $1.5 billion in 2012 and expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.7% from 2013 to $2.82 billion 2019 with kyphoplasty representing $1.47 billion and vertebroplasty at $1.35 billion. Our device is aimed at keeping costs lower for both physicians and patients, allowing for more individuals to be treated and more volume of patients for physicians, as well as improved ease of use.

In addition, the device and fixation system is designed to preserve the stem cells present in bone marrow that may then mature into active bone cells to eventually replace the bone binding material with natural bone.

Key Fact #1
Over 700,000 vertebral fractures occur in the United States, annually.

Key Fact #2
Osteoporosis affects about 54 Americans, and left untreated, can progress until a bone breaks.

Key Fact #3
90,000 to 100,000 vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty procedures are performed each year.

Disposable Device

Our devices are single use only, eliminating sterilization costs and speeding up the process of caring for patients.

True Cavity Creation

Designed to improve the cavity creation process and is more adjustable in more bone conditions than current methods.

No New Equipment

No need to purchase new equipment! Our device has been designed to work with existing cement delivery systems.

Easy Insertion

Our device is capable of being inserted via 10 Gauge Cannula, improving its ease of use and adoptability.