Thoracolumbar Solutions

MST brings to the market a diverse selection of surgical solutions to address the complex anatomical challenges of thoracolumbar pathology.

Open / Midline Fixation

Streamline TL features a broad range of implants and instruments allowing the flexibility needed to customize each construct with the needs of the patient anatomy. Polyaxial, fixed, and reduction heads in multiple dimension designed to fixate T1-sacrum and ilium. 5.5mm Ti and CoCr rod platform with T25 set screw drive.

Centerline Midline minimizes disruption to the nerves, muscles and tissues surrounding the surgical site. Low profile CoCr tulip heads with a cortical cancellous thread design and 4.75mm rod conserves space without compromising strength.

Minimally Invasive Fixation

Streamline MIS System integrates a disposable and easily detached extension sleeve for rod placement. Double threaded screws, 60-degree Polyaxial heads, 4.5-8.5mm screw configurations in 20-55mm in length.

Avatar MI System is a comprehensive solution for micro-invasive fixation intuitively designed to blend steps and optimize efficiency. Integrated towers allow for 33mm of built in reduction, double helix self-tapping screws range from 4.5-7.5mm diameter and 30-55mm in length.

SIMPACT is designed with multiple cannulated screws of various lengths and threaded configurations to facilitate SI fusion. The Osseo-Loc surface technology encourages bone in-growth and through growth. Self-drilling, fenestrated screws minimizes steps, allowing controlled compression across the joint space.

MIS Intra-Laminar Fusion

Minuteman G3R is a unique technology enabling posterior spinal fusion through a single lateral incision. This pedicle screw alternative provides an MIS approach to 360-degree fusion post lateral lumbar interbody placement through the same incision. Less time, cost, blood loss and incision.

BacFuse is a fusion system that allows for quick and easy supplemental interspinous fixation. This MIS fixation technology has multiple sizing options.

Interbody Technologies

(PEEK available upon request)

ZFUZE™ is a composite polymer derived from PEEK and negatively (-) charged ceramic aluminum silicate molecules. ZFUZE™ is a hydrophilic load bearing medical polymer, that provides for bony ingrowth into the implant and affords the surgeon the ability to verify fusion radiographically.

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.

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.

PROLIFT Expandable System with Osseo-Loc surface technology provides an expandable micro-invasive solution for TLIF and PLIF. Multiple lordotic angles, bulleted, tactile and visual feedback, promotes bony on-growth with graft back fill capabilities.


A-Link Z is a best in class stand-alone ALIF device that is 3-D printed with porous endplates, promoting bony in-growth attachment. 4 different footprints ensure accurate anatomical fit, while 7, 12, 16 and 20 degree lordotic options provides substantial sagittal balance re-alignment. The simple instrument design allows awl and bone screws to be inserted through the same attachable guide, ensuring precise screw trajectory and tissue protection.

Vu a POD Stand Alone ALIF provides a wide variety of implant sizes to accommodate various patient anatomies and restoration needs. Zero profile, integrated 2 screw fixation, self-locking lag screws.

TiBOW is a novel expanding Ti interbody fusion device engineered to require minimal access for insertion and maximize its TLIF and lateral footprint once expanded in situ. Controlled expansion for increased endplate stability and graft volumes, bulleted, multiple lordosis, post packing of graft, Osseo-Loc surface technology promoting on-growth.

Single Use / Recyclable

The Revolution System has simplified spinal implant and instrumentation design to require only a few sterile packed, single use, recyclable instruments to perform instrumented fusion. Requires no prep time or on-site sterilizing. Perfect for ASC’s and cost sensitive facilities who don’t have sterilization capabilities. Reduces the risk of infection and replaces a typical 4 tray system with one blister pack.


CarboClear System is the only FDA approved radiation and imaging compatible system on the market. Made of cross-woven carbon fiber, the system is rigid, yet, radiolucent. This allows unsurpassed radiation precision to treat on-going spine tumors post-operatively. Less attenuation and MRI scatter, with unparalleled fatigue strength when compared to Ti and CoCr. 5.5-7.5mm in 30-55mm lengths.


Omni VBR/ Obelisc are 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. 19-32mm endplate diameters, 15-132mm in height expansion, 0-20 degree lordosis options.

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Thoracolumbar Conditions

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

A type of traumatic spinal injury in which a vertebra breaks from a high-energy impact load (e.g., car accidents or falls from a great height or high speed), with shards of vertebra penetrating surrounding tissues and sometimes the spinal canal.

A collapse of a vertebra. It may be due to trauma or due to a weakening of the vertebra in patients with osteoporosis or lytic lesions from tumors, or infection.

A medical condition in which a person’s spine is curved from side to side without proper alignment and balance.

The anterior or posterior displacement of a vertebra or the vertebral column in relation to the vertebrae below.

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.

A progressive bone disease that’s characterized by a decrease in bone mass and density that leads to an increased risk of fracture.

A form of chronic rheumatoid arthritis that affects the spine and creates inflammation that eventually fuses the spine.