Aurora Spine is a proud distributor of these innovative, high-quality, minimally invasive products.
Through their thin and semi-rigid plate design SIGNUS cervical plates achieve an optimum balance between maximized stability and minimized stiffness.
ATHLET is used following cervical corpectomy with anterior access (C3-C7) in case of instability and constrictions due to various underlying causes: ATHLET is contraindicated in severe osteoporosis and partial corpectomy.
DIPLOMAT® is a secure, modular and also economic fixation system for all indications with important attributes.
MOBIS® II ST
MOBIS II can be inserted using a variable angle setting instrument and be swiveled into the end position. The setting instrument remains connected to the implant to ensure safe, controllable implantation.
TASMIN R is a refined response to physiological restoration: owing to its rotational technology, it is small when implanted and so minimizes the impact on the ligaments.
TESERA P features revolutionary Tesera Trabecular Technology in posterior lumbar cage form.
The Renovis Tesera SA Stand-Alone ALIF Cage is a porous titanium stand-alone anterior cage designed to be part of the fusion, rather than merely a vessel for it.
The Renovis Tesera SC Stand-alone Cervical Interbody Fusion System combines the most advanced material science and revolutionary manufacturing process into a powerful stand-alone cervical interbody fusion system.
The CastleLoc – P Anterior Cervical Plate System offers surgeons simplicity, efficiency and versatility. This anterior cervical plate system is low profile system that offers surgeons the option of a constrained or semi-constrained construct.
LnK Spinal Fixation System
The LnK Spinal System is a low profile, top-loading system. This low-profile system features an enhanced closure mechanism technology and an ergonomically designed instrumentation set.
Posterior Cervical Screw System
The LnK Cervical Fixation system includes instrumentation and spinal implants for posterior spinal fixation in the C1-T3 vertebral levels in the Cervical and upper levels of the thoracic spine.