Cervical Solutions

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

Mobi-C Disc Replacement

The Mobi-C® Cervical Disc (Mobi-C) has been designed for cervical disc replacement to restore segmental motion and disc height. The components of

Mobi-C include superior and inferior Cobalt Chromium alloy endplates coated with plasma sprayed Titanium and hydroxyapatite coating, and a polyethylene mobile bearing insert. The controlled mobility of the patented mobile core is the foundation of Mobi-C, encouraging height restoration and respect of the instantaneous axis of rotation for a return to physiological mobility of the spinal segment. Mobi-C is the first artificial disc to be FDA approved for both one and two levels!

Lonestar CSA System

LONESTAR CSA​ System is a stand-alone spacer system designed to provide biomechanical strength to a traditional or minimally invasive Anterior Cervical Discectomy Fusion​ (ACDF) procedure with less disruption of patient anatomy and preservation of the anatomical profile. The LONESTAR CSA​ System helps to preserve the natural sagittal anatomic profile of the cervical spine while providing anterior column support and stability.

Construx Mini PTC

Has been designed to optimize Anterior Cervical Procedures with a unique technology that combines PEEK and titanium into a porous interbody solution for the cervical spine. This PEEK / Titanium hybrid is designed with an optimized porosity and pore size to create a 3D porous material with the potential for bone ingrowth. The implant also features a PEEK core with porous titanium endplates which allows for post and intraoperative imaging without image distortion compared to metal designs currently on the market. The CONSTRUX Mini PTC Spacer System offers three footprints to address the cervical.

CETRA Cervical Plate

CETRA™ is a new ACP system designed to meet the needs of today’s surgeon. The system offers a variety of options to fit patient anatomy and provide precise fixation delivery. CETRA consists of quality instruments and implants that are cost effective and designed to simplify and reduce surgical time. The plate features large graft windows that give the surgeon better visualization of the disc space while the plate is in place. CETRA also includes a single step locking mechanism that does not require a torque driver and can be locked with the same driver that is used to drive the bone screws. This system gives surgeons a wide range of screw options to best suit each patient and achieve up to 20 degrees of screw angulation.

Newbridge Laminoplasty System

The NewBridge Laminoplasty Fixation System provides superior reinforcement while expanding the spinal canal and preserving the posterior elements. Intended for use from C3 – T3 after a laminotomy has been performed.

Centurion Posterior Cervical Fixation

Consisting of screws, hooks, rods, and cross connectors, various sizes of these implants are available so that adaptations can be made to take into account pathology and individual patient anatomy. It is intended to promote fusion of the subaxial cervical spine and cervico-thoracic junction (C3 – T3 inclusive). Off axis screw driving, 3.5 mm CC or Ti rod, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 and 5.5mm screws, with 80 degree polyaxial motion, including a translating tulip occipital plate.

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.