CoreLink introduces a comprehensive platform for lateral MIS spine fusion including 3D printed titanium implants, retractor, and surgical instruments.
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CoreLink Surgical today announces the expanded commercial launch for the FLXfit®15 articulating-expandable intervertebral body fusion device.
CoreLink Surgical, LLC, Today Announced 510(k) Clearance to Market the M3 Stand-Alone Anterior Lumbar (ALIF) System.
CoreLink received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market The F3D Anterior Lumbar (ALIF) Interbody device.
CoreLink acquires Expanding Orthopedics Inc., including the FLXfit articulating and expanding interbody along with a portfolio of patents and products in development relating to expanding spinal implants.
Advanced additive manufacturing enables design innovations to drive improvements in spinal implant devices in CoreLink’s interbody systems.
The convertible length wire enables constant control during drilling, tapping, and insertion steps yet can be quickly shortened to accommodate the C-arm in lateral view x-rays.
Legendary private investment firm The Stephens Group, LLC announced in July that it had made a significant investment in a private spinal implant manufacturer. The Stephens Group is the second major private firm this year (after Kohlberg and Company) to make the leap into the spinal implant and instrumentation business.
CoreLink has finalized its partnership with The Stephens Group, LLC, a Little Rock, Arkansas-based private, family-owned investment firm.
CoreLink releases enhanced SI Joint Fusion system with advances focused on clinical improvements, operational efficiency, and ease of use.