ST. LOUIS–(Nov27)–CoreLink, LLC, a leading designer and manufacturer of spinal implant systems, today announced the introduction of the SIber™ Posterior SI Allograft System. SIber is designed for fusion of the SI joint at the bottom of long spinal constructs as well as traditional Posterior SI fusion surgeries. The posterior SI fusion approach allows surgeons to directly visualize the joint, avoid nerves exiting from the sacral foramina, and disrupt less musculature located on the lateral sides of the pelvis.
“This expansion of our sacroiliac joint offering allows surgeons to approach the sacroiliac joint posteriorly, rather than laterally. The system features one simple tray of instruments and is very easy to manage in the operating room” said Adam MacMillan, Vice President of Marketing, CoreLink. “We continue to focus on developing devices and instruments that can make a difference in patient’s lives.”
“This expansion of our sacroiliac joint offering allows surgeons to approach the sacroiliac joint posteriorly, rather than laterally. The system features one simple tray of instruments and is very easy to manage in the operating room.”
Dr. Field of Phoenix, AZ has utilized SIber in numerous cases, stating, “SIber provides an easy-to-use system for me to approach cases posteriorly. I was impressed with the versatility and quality of the instruments and my cases have gone smoothly.”
CoreLink also offers the Entasis® Lateral SI Joint Fusion System, which provides an array of compression screw options and a patented stackable wire designed to give the surgeons streamlined instruments and constant control.
CoreLink will be exhibiting at the Selby Spine Conference in Park City, Utah January 29 – February 1, where a full display of surgical systems will be featured.
CoreLink, known as The Source for Spine™, internally designs and manufactures more than 99% of its broad portfolio of spinal implant systems. With a unique heritage that combines old-world craftsmanship with state-of-the-art manufacturing, we collaborate with surgeons to develop and deliver effective surgical solutions and improve the lives of patients.