MST brings to the market a diverse selection of surgical solutions to address the complex anatomical challenges of thoracolumbar pathology.
As one of the first companies to develop a modular pedicle screw system, Firebird NXG represents Orthofix’s four generations of modular pedicle screw system experience. The system is designed for comprehensive posterior thoracolumbar surgical cases including degenerative disc disease. The next generation Firebird platform refines the modular screws, provides a lower profile body and simplifies instrumentation thus improving upon this already versatile system.
Firebird Deformity System
Pillar SA PTC
4-Web Family of Interbody Devices
FORZA PTC and XP Expandable Interbody
The FORZA PTC Spacer System has been designed to help optimize Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion
(TLIF), Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (PLIF) and Oblique Lumbar Interbody Fusion procedures with surgeon designed implants and instruments. FORZA PTC Spacers offer a unique technology that combines PEEK and titanium into a porous interbody solution for the lumbar spine. This PEEK/Titanium hybrid is designed with a 3D porous endplate that allows the patient bone to grow into its surface creating a bond between the implant and the patient bone.
Samba SI Fixation
The SambaScrew System is a complete solution to fixating the sacroiliac joint. It consists of a 9 mm diameter, cannulated screw with multiple orifices on its shaft with streamlined instrumentation.
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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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 form of chronic rheumatoid arthritis that affects the spine and creates inflammation that eventually fuses the spine.