Cervical Solutions

MST offers a comprehensive portfolio of surgical solutions to address the degenerative and traumatic conditions of the cervical spine.

Stand-Alone Cervical Cages

Pro-Link Ti has a large, open graft area for maximum bone graft capacity allowing for fusion at adjacent segments without the removal of an existing anterior cervical plate. The low-profile locking plate provides security against screw backout without disturbing surrounding soft tissue.


Shoreline is a premier product, providing TruProfile® and No-Profile cervical spinal fixation and realignment, with ultimate system flexibility, construct modularity, and refined instrumentation. 3 lordosis angles, 3 footprints, NanoMetalene.

Cervical Cages

(PEEK available upon request)

uCerv boasts a roughened surface for boney adherence, bulleted nose for self-distracting insertion, aggressive teeth to limit migration, and a large central core for bone graft.


4WEB’s implant technology leverages truss engineering principles, load transfer and adjacent material reaction to produce orthopedic implants that provide structural support with open space throughout the implant for bone growth and fusion.


TetraFuse 3-D boasts all of the best features of PEEK, and Ti, while ushering in a new era of interbody technology. Made of PEKK, 3-D printed, porosity throughout the entire device, invites bony attachment and in-growth, radiolucent, contains anti-bacterial characteristics, convex, 5-11mm, bone modulus.

Anterior Cervical Plates

Union Plate contains 4.0 and 4.5mm screws from 12-18mm lengths. 2.0mm thin, 1-4 levels, backout mechanism is same 2.5mm hex drive as bone screws.


Aspect Plate contains 4.0 and 4.5mm screws from 12-18mm lengths. 1-5 levels, automatic locking mechanisms, 2.0 hex drive bone screw.

Gruve Plate contains 4.0 and 4.35mm screws from 10-18mm lengths. 1-5 levels, CAM locking mechanism, T10 hexalobe screw drive, 30 degree C/C screw angles.

Posterior Cervical Fixation

Neon3 OCT System is based on a 4.0mm Ti and CoCr rod platform offering the most intra-op flexibility of implant options on the market. Transarticular, transpedicular, translaminar, and favored angled screws in the set with 3.5, 4.0, and 5.5mm options. Cannulated and fenestrated screws available, as well as navigable instrumentation and hooks.


Streamline OCT System is based on a 3.2mm Ti and CoCr rod platform with alignment markers and 5.5mm transition options. Screws ranging from 3.5 to 4.0mm in smooth shank, favored angle, and variable lengths with hooks.

Laminoplasty

Laminoplasty System combines simple, intuitive instrumentation with a robust, anatomical plate design for long-term construct reliability.


Release Laminoplasty System provides an efficient, streamlined surgical experience featuring standard, allograft, and salvage plating options. Self-drilling and self-tapping screw options.

Corpectomy

Small VBR, AddPlus Expandable titanium vertebral body replacement implant system used for the surgical reconstruction of the thoracic and lumbar spine after vertebrectomy (T1-L5). Continuously expandable in situ, these versatile implants adapt to the unique demands of patient anatomy. Their large center cavity is optimal for autograft or allograft placement. 3 Diameters: 12mm, 14mm, and 16mm, Range: 10mm – 65mm heights, Lordotic Angles: 0° and 6°.

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Cervical Conditions

Listed below are some of the conditions our surgical solutions solve.

The compression of the cervical spinal cord as a result of spinal stenosis. (narrowing of the spinal canal)

The irritation of nerve roots of the neck due to a herniation of a intervertebral disc from its normal position, which impinge on nearby nerves resulting in pain and neurologic deficit.

Kyphosis is the extreme curvature of the upper back also known as a hunchback.

A gradual process in which healthy discs begin to dehydrate and compress causing pain and possibly radiating weakness or numbness.

A tear in the outer, fibrous ring (annulus fibrosus) of an intervertebral disc allowing the soft, central portion (nucleus pulposus) to bulge out beyond the damaged outer ring with the potential of compressing nerve roots or the spinal cord.

A spinal neoplasm (a solid or fluid-filled [cystic] lesion), or bacterial infection that appears enlarged in size, and can cause compression on the spinal cord or surrounding nerves.