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2011

Spineology to Distribute BioDlogics Products

ST. PAUL, Minn.--( BUSINESS WIRE )-- Spineology Inc. , the innovator in anatomy conserving surgery technologies, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with BioDlogics to distribute that company’s line of allograft tissue forms. “We are excited to work with Spineology as a distribution partner.” “BioDlogics’ products provide a very attractive complement to our current product line,” said John Booth, CEO for Spineology. “We believe that recent advances in regenerative medicine have the potential to significantly improve patient outcomes in numerous clinical applications. We look forward to working with BioDlogics to offer its line of novel allograft tissue...

Spineology Receives FDA Clearance for Rampart™ Interbody Fusion System

ST. PAUL, Minn. (Nov 1, 2011) — Spineology Inc., the innovator in anatomy-conserving spine surgery™, announced today that it has received FDA clearance for, and is initiating launch of, the new Rampart™ line of Interbody fusion implants. The Rampart line will include a variety of implant configurations, lengths, and heights providing the surgeon with several options to fit patient needs. The Rampart System is further configured with implantation equipment designed toenhance the surgeon’s ability to position the implant within the disc space. “Spineology is committed to developing the implant solutions our customers desire,” said John Booth, CEO for Spineology. “Rampart...

Spineology to Launch Retractor Line

ST. PAUL, Minn. (Nov 1, 2011) — Spineology Inc., the innovator in anatomyconserving spine surgery™, announced today that it is launching the new SOAR Retractor System at NASS. The SOAR System includes a variety of retractor lengths and diameters providing the surgeon with the ability to balance the need for surgical access withthe desire for minimal tissue disruption. The SOAR System also integrates neural retraction and articulating discectomy instrumentation with the retractor toimprove efficiency and minimize retraction requirements. “Surgical access and efficient systems are going to be key in the delivery of operative spinal care in the years to come,”...