Spinal Elements® Granted 50th U.S. Patent

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U.S. Patent Portfolio Encompasses a Wide Range of Inventions in Spine Fusion and Motion Preservation Technologies

“The issuance of this U.S. patent milestone is just one indicator of our commitment to one of our company’s core values - continuous innovation,” said Todd Andres, CEO of Spinal Elements.

Spinal Elements, a spine technology company, announced that they have been granted their 50th U.S. patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Spinal Elements’ U.S. patent portfolio encompasses a wide range of inventions in spine fusion and motion preservation technologies. It includes interbody devices, pedicle screw implants, stand-alone technologies, implant locking and securing apparatuses and controlled implant delivery mechanisms, as well as facet motion preservation technologies and methods.

This portfolio of U.S. patents complements the impressive portfolio of international patents the company has also amassed.

“The issuance of this U.S. patent milestone is just one indicator of our commitment to one of our company’s core values - continuous innovation,” said Todd Andres, CEO of Spinal Elements. Andres added, “We remain very excited about the patents we currently have pending and the products that will be realized in the future from those inventions.”

About Spinal Elements
Spinal Elements, headquartered in Carlsbad, CA, is a spine technology company for spine surgeons who demand innovative, extremely high quality surgical solutions. From the company’s early work which helped make PEEK commonplace throughout the spine industry to recent advancements in Ti-Bond® porous titanium coated PEEK interbody implants and controlled delivery technology, Spinal Elements has built a reputation for being trustworthy, innovative and different. The company is focused on the development and marketing of progressive spinal treatment options and markets a complete portfolio of advanced spinal implant technologies. Additionally, the company distributes Hero® Allograft, the net proceeds from which are donated to charities benefitting children with life-threatening medical conditions. For more information, please visit http://www.spinalelements.com.

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