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“Spider” Spinal Stabilization Device


Stanford Reference:

07-178


Abstract


This patented medical device stabilizes or fuses two or more vertebrae of the spine. It may help alleviate back pain due to conditions such as herniated disc or spinal stenosis. This posterior stabilization device can be adapted to engage a wide variety of vertebral structures in order to stabilize vertebral motion.

Applications


  • Spinal stabilization or fusion - to treat back pain due to herniated disc or stenosis

Advantages


  • Adaptable - this device can be adapted to engage a variety of vertebral structures (lamina, spinous processes) as well as different vertebrae along the vertebral column

Publications



Innovators & Portfolio


  • Tzishing Jesse Lim   
  • Jon Park   

Patent Status



Date Released

 6/1/2015
 

Licensing Contact


Sara Nakashima, Licensing Associate
650 725 9115 (Direct)
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