October 18, 2017
NOBLESVILLE, Ind.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nexxt Spine, LLC, a medical device company focused minimally invasive cervical spine surgeryon designing, manufacturing, and distributing innovative spinal solutions, announced that it will introduce the NEXXT MATRIXX™ System, the company’s new 3D printed porous titanium interbodies and vertebral body replacement (VBR) devices, during the 2017 North American Spine Society (NASS) Annual Meeting in Orlando at Booth #1550.
The NEXXT MATIRXX™ implants which are now available nationwide have been successfully implanted as indilumbar disc bulgecated for use as cervical intervertebral fusion devices and lumbar intervertebral fusion devices. To date, all surgeon feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.
The NEXXT MATRIXX™ System leverages Nexxt generation technology to create interbody and VBR devices with optimized open architectural porosity, residue-free laminotomy discectomysurface technology, and robust radiographic imaging performance.
“We are extremely excited to introduce the Nexxt generation technology with our 3D printed porous titanium devices along with our comprehensive product portfolio during the largest spine meeting and exhibition in the world,” said Andy Elsbury, Nexxt Spine’s President.
For more information about NEXXT MATRIXX™, visit www.nexxtspine.com.