OR AKIVA, Israel, September 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Expanding Orthopedics Inc. (EOI), a privately held medical device company focused on developing and commercializing innovative expandable devices for spine surgery, is proud to announce that Dr. Raphael Roybal, a member of the medical staff at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, Ga., is the first surgeon in the Low Country to use the FLXfit™, world's only 3D articulated cage with in-situ lordosis restoration.
Memorial University Medical Center has received The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for spinal fusion. Dr. Roybal has always been at the forefront of adopting innovative spine solutions to optimally treat his patients and is again the first to adopt the FLXfit's unique technology in the Low Country.
Dr. Roybal selected to adopt the FLXfit as "this product is simple and easy to use, yet very robust and designed to overcome some of the current challenges in fusion surgeries using interbody devices". Dr. Roybal adds "the major advantage of the FLXfit over existing solutions is its ability to combine a big footprint, optimal anterior position and significant bone graft volume while preserving the patient's anatomy through a posterior, MIS, TLIF approach".
Ofer Bokobza, CEO of Expanding Orthopedics, says that "We are extremely excited by the fast acceptance of the FLXfit™ in the market and by Dr. Roybal's decision to adopt it for his patients". He explains that "Memorial University Medical Center is a very large academic medical center which will allow EOI to continue its expansion into the Low Country market". Ofer concludes that "We see a great momentum in the US market with more surgeons adopting the FLXfit™ as their preferred cage."
About Expanding Orthopedics Inc.
Expanding Orthopedics Inc. is medical device company developing and marketing innovative products designed to address unmet clinical needs for spine care and improve long-term patients' outcome. The Company is spearheaded by seasoned management team, and is backed by prominent spine surgeons. EOI owns a broad patent portfolio around anatomically fit, expandable devices for enhanced stability through a minimally invasive approach.
David Elkaïm, VP Marketing and Sales
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