Life Spine announced on 16 January that revenues for ProLift Expandable Spacer System grew by 493% for 2017 as compared to 2016.
“With the introduction of ProLift to the market in 2016, we have consistently experienced monumental sales growth quarter over quarter,” said Mariusz Knap, vice president of Marketing and Business Development for Life Spine. “We are excited about the adoption of ProLift, and will continue to focus on technological advancements that strive to improve surgical efficiencies and patient outcomes through our Micro-Invasive Expandable Solutions. Products such as ProLift, Tibow, and Longbow are the core competencies which we will continue to drive for our procedurally based product portfolios.”
Life Spine’s focus on micro-invasive technologies includes additional clinical and procedural solutions with the Avatar Percutaneous Screw System, Aileron Interspinous System, Simpact and TRI-FIN SI Joint Fixation, and the Centric family of retractors.
Zeshan Hyder, of Bone and Joint Specialists of Northwest Indiana, notes, “The continued evolution of MIS surgery to reduce tissue morbidity, and restore anatomical alignment, especially in severe degenerative and collapsed disc, is being achieved in my practice with the expandable technologies such as ProLift, and the lateral system Longbow. Both of these systems reduce the requirements for multiple instrument passes by important neural structures while maintaining my surgical goals and positive patient outcomes. Additionally, ProLift provides me the benefits of reduced graft subsidence, seen in other titanium implants. This has been a game changer for my practice.”
According to Life Spine, ProLift continues the company’s commitment of offering innovative Micro-Invasive procedural solutions to better improve patients’ lives. In addition, Life Spine launched its new website highlighting their complete core and micro-invasive procedural solutions. The website is a staple to the new look of Life Spine, and helps surgeons access information about advancements in surgical innovations.