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Old 09-28-2021, 02:03 PM
Cheryl0331 Cheryl0331 is offline
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Default New Trial

https://synergyspinesolutions.com/synergy-disc/


Sharing something I found on Instagram. Dr. Todd Lanman.

https://www.prweb.com/releases/leadi...eb18199724.htm
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Old 09-28-2021, 02:07 PM
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Default Better than fusion. Looks well designed...but....

Personally it doesn't look much different than a Mobi device. Still doesn't provide 6 degrees of movement. And by that I am referring to the cushion effect.
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53 yr old female 5'7" 141 lbs. non-smoker conservative treatments failed
2007 fusion @ C4-6 peek cages, failed due to long term use of cox-2 inhibitor
2008 revised C4-6 donor bone, plate & screws
2009 fusion with Roi-C @ C3-4
2015 MRI & CT mjr ddd @ C6-7, segmental kyphosis at C7-T1, 2-level M6-C prosthesis by Dr. Clavel Barcelona Spain
2019 H.O. formed behind M6-C @ C6-7 left nerve rt & in spinal canal.
2020 Revision C6-7 to a CP-ESP prosthesis by Dr. Schmitz Dusseldorf Germany
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Old 10-15-2021, 11:11 AM
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Personally it doesn't look much different than a Mobi device. Still doesn't provide 6 degrees of movement. And by that I am referring to the cushion effect.
you are right on. more of the same ol' same ol' ball and sockets. yet the axiomed freedom disc study is still lost somewhere in the deep state fda. at least it and the elastic spine pad are still available in europe. if you can afford it.
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Old 10-16-2021, 12:13 PM
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yet the axiomed freedom disc study is still lost somewhere in the deep state fda.
I was curious so I went checking. Best data available is the trial results are overdue to the FDA, which would suggest Axiomed didn't submit them or the trial is running far later than planned. Approval doesn't seem to be stalled at the FDA; it looks like they don't have anything to review and approve
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