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Your Spine


Most commonly referred to as your neck, this upper-most section of the spine starts from the C1 'Atlas' which lies directly under your skull, and extends down to C7 where the cervical spine ends and the thoracic spine begins. We can thank the motion segments of the cervical spine for the ability to look up and down and side to side.

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Thoracolumbar Spine

Is what is responsible for keeping us upright. This section of the spine gets its name from the 'thorax' midsection and the lumbar, or lower back region. The Thoracolumbar vertebra include the T1-T12 thoracic column, as well as the L1-L5 lumbar column. Turning and bending are also made possible by this region of the spine.

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Stem Cell Biologics

Commonly referred to as 'Osteobiologics', this category of bone forming graft material is living stem cell tissue harvested from donors. Regardless of its origin, biologic materials are responsible for faster and stronger bone fusions, as well as wound healing, scar prevention, and anti-adhesion barrier.

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Intra-Operative Neuromonitoring

Is the practice of using a finely tuned computer and specialized software to monitor the integrity of patient's nervous system during spine surgery. This service is administered by a highly trained CNIM (Certified in Neurophysiologic Intraoperative Monitoring) certified technician in the operating room. The technician is often accompanied by an online, real-time board certified neurologist to oversee the procedure as well. Intra-operative monitoring can reduce revision rates, mitigate serious nerve damage, and increase outcomes.

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The spine is made of 33 individual bones stacked one on top of the other. Ligaments and muscles connect the bones together and keep them aligned.The spinal column provides the main support for your body, allowing you to stand upright, bend, and twist. Protected deep inside the bones, the spinal cord connects your body to the brain, allowing movement of your arms and legs. Strong muscles and bones, flexible tendons and ligaments, and sensitive nerves contribute to a healthy spine. Keeping your spine healthy is vital if you want to live an active life without back pain.
MY Spine Team offers a comprehensive portfolio of surgical solutions to address the degenerative and traumatic conditions of the cervical spine.
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MY Spine Team brings to the market a diverse selection of surgical solutions to address the complex anatomical challenges of thoracic pathology.
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MY Spine Team represents various options of surgical solutions to address the challenges that degenerative and traumatic lumbar pathology can present.
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From a very young age our spinal columns become subject to the degenerative changes that take place as a result of gravitational forces and daily use. In some people these changes happen faster than in others, and this is due to many different variables. Although most spinal conditions are a result of aging and use, some simply cannot be prevented. In traumatic situations such as motor vehicle accidents or slip and falls, the spine can be subject to more sudden blunt force, resulting in fracture, or dislocation. Spinal cord diseases such as tumors and infections can also be conditions that require immediate surgical intervention. For most patients suffering from the degenerative cascade of events that lead to back pain and discomfort, rehabilitation and pain injections are the best remedy. Only a trained physician can determine which treatment option is best for each individual patient.
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The surgical procedures used to address the specific spine conditions of each patient are unique to each individual. Depending upon how the patient presents their symptoms, a surgical plan will then be developed to fit each patient. The goal of many spinal procedures is to reduce or eliminate pain for the patient. This can be done by performing decompression procedures which in turn de-stabilize the spine. As a result, stabilization must be provided to the spine to prevent any further disease. This can be accomplished with the placement of implantable devices to help limit motion and create fusion of the motion segment. Although, fusion is not always the goal. Certain patients can benefit more from a motion preserving implantable device (MOBI-C). Breakthroughs in science have allowed us to bring to market implants and biologics that have improved outcomes and led to better quality of lives. Please contact a local spine specialist to find out if you may be a surgical candidate.
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Each surgical solution offered by MY Spine Team has a particular application to a very specific procedure and spine condition. Depending upon the objectives of the surgeon, we will provide a variety of different implant solutions for their use. We proudly represent various prestigious manufacturers of high quality implant systems from across the United States. All of our solutions are FDA approved and in use around the world. Over the years we have made a concerted effort to provide surgical solutions that result in less cost, less hospital stay, shorter procedure time, and better patient outcomes. Advancements in minimally invasive spine surgery, living mesenchymal stem cell biologics, and motion preservation technology have helped keep the MST portfolio of products best-in-class.
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