Spinal Elements has announced that it will introduce its new interactive exhibit at the upcoming meeting of the North American Spine Society (NASS, Dallas, USA, 24–27 October).
Spinal Elements’ exhibit will feature several interactive presentations on its recently introduced products Hero and Ti-Bond. The company will also offer live product development sessions demonstrating the creation of innovative products from spinal surgeons input. Participant input will drive the development of a prototype which will be built in real-time at the company’s exhibit space.
Spinal Elements recently announced its Hero Allograft programme which aims to donate the net proceeds from the sale of Hero Allograft to charities that benefit children with life-threatening medical conditions. Surgeons and distributors can learn more about the benefits of their participation in the programme at NASS.
Ti-Bond is Spinal Elements’ titanium coating for PEEK interbody devices. Attendees will be able to learn more about the process of applying the titanium to PEEK as well as the clinical benefits of the surface coating. There will be material experts on hand to help answer questions from exhibit visitors.
“We have built a completely new way for our customers to experience the products and culture of Spinal Elements,” said Jason Blain, president and co-founder of Spinal Elements, “We invite everyone to come participate in our presentations and tour our exhibit.”