The SpineNET Story
SpineNet is an Orlando, Florida-based limited liability corporation. SpineNet was founded in 2007 as a distribution company that rapidly grew into a product developer, manufacturer, and importer.
SpineNet's primary business focus is on the development, production and sales of spinal implant devices with niche attributes, a unique surgical approach and pricing margins that make them attractive to surgeons, distributors, hospitals, ASCs and other ortho/spine device companies that have a void in their own spine product portfolio.
To operate as a fully functional medical device company, SpineNet has aligned itself with specialized employees and contractors who have world-class expertise in engineering, manufacturing, QA / RA, and regulatory domains. SpineNet experience brings a high level of expertise in oversight in these processes, marketing and sales, strong distributor and customer relationships and, its network of key surgeon champions – who have committed to share their hands-on knowledge with SpineNet – the result is a growing portfolio of superior, proprietary spinal implant products for the US market.
Mission & Vision
Strength in Numbers
SpineNet is not the traditional medical device manufacturer. It’s unique model-blending established contractors with oversight from an experienced sales and marketing management hub gives leadership time and space to pursue sales and marketing opportunities and generate revenue while layering sales in with its unique product offering.
Supplying or working with a strategic partner, SpineNet is positioned to lead and assist in managing sales and marketing support along with manufacturer of record responsibilities. This presents SpineNet as a viable option to traditional design firm developers as your company grows. SpineNet believes it can thrive as a specialty developer, manufacturer, seller and licensor of differentiated, proprietary spinal fusion devices:
- Products that have unique clinical benefits
- Products created with input from SpineNet’s key surgeon champions
- Products positioned to take advantage of current and projected market demands
Meet The Team
The management team brings a wealth of experience in founding and growing entrepreneurial ventures into world-class businesses. They have decades of hands-on skill in product development, timely delivery, effective marketing, sales and channel development, and executive management.
King Floyd is an award-winning leader in the orthopedic & spine device industry. King has been a fixture in the orthopedic field for over 35 years, and he has a time-proven track record of success in sales & business development. Consequently, King has earned a reputation of trust and integrity with colleagues and customers throughout the US and around the world.
He has built several very successful businesses and worked with both start-ups and large-cap device companies. King is a seasoned expert in managing and operating a business with a diverse sales organization in challenging market conditions.
Brenda Cabrera has been in the spine device industry for 16+ years. She has a proven track record of being an A+ professional. She is a great leader who is knowledgeable, focused, and diligent. Her vast experience in sales, marketing and upper management has earned her a reputation of trust and integrity with colleagues and customers alike.
University of Central Florida, 25 years’ experience in Quality Systems of Medical Device companies to ensure compliance with FDA QSR, ISO 13485, MDD, Canadian CMDR, Korean FDA, and ISO 9001. BSME, MSE, ASQ Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) and Certified Quality Auditor (CQA), Certified ISO 13485:2016 Lead Auditor through Oriel StataMatrix. Regulatory experience includes 510(k) submissions, IDE/Clinical Trial protocols, AI Responses, NSE Appeals, 483 Responses, Recalls, Safety Assurance Cases, and Warning Letter Responses.
Karen Warden, PhD
Western Reserve University / West Virginia University, (PhD, MEBE, BSME) 35 years’ experience in the medical device field as Biomedical Engineer, Research, Product Development Engineer, Clinical instructor at Western Reserve University and Regulatory Specialist with activities that include development of mechanical testing protocols for the evaluation of implants, generation and review of FDA submissions, management and coordination of mechanical experimentation, scientific research for marketing documents and project management.
Tonia A. Wint, CPA
University of Central Florida, BS in Business Administration, Master of Science in Taxation – over 20 years of CFO / President experience in accounting and taxation experience in the fields of public, private and non-profit accounting. businesses. She has experience in working within the industries of medical, dental, manufacturing and technology.
Mark VanValkenburgh, PLLC
New England Law Boston, 23 years’ experience in practicing law and is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell. He is focused on employment law and also serves as a mediator by the Florida Supreme Court for all civil matter and in the US Courts for the middle and southern districts of Florida.
Frequently Asked Questions
SpineNet, LLC was founded as a Florida Corporation in 2007
SpineNet currently has two 510(k) products: SpineNet ACC® (Anterior cervical cage) and SpineNet SSP™ (Anterior cervical single screw plate) available as distribution, license or private lable options.
You should consult with your Doctor on any treatment options, surgery possibilities and your overall health. They are the most qualified person to answer all your questions and concerns.
Some conditions would include but are not limited to: bulging disc, degenerative disc disease, herniated disc, scoliosis, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, vertebral fracture and thinning disc. Your doctor will advise you of your treatment options.
An anterior cervical discectomy with fusion (ACDF) is a procedure designed to remove herniated disc material in the cervical spine. The surgeon reaches the damaged disc from the front of the spine through the neck. After the disc is removed, a space between the vertebrae is empty. The surgeon fills the open disc space with a spacer and is stabilized in conjunction with a plate to allow bone growth and achieve fusion.
A laminectomy is a surgical procedure that creates space by removing a part of the lamina (back part of the vertebra that covers the spinal canal) and is also known as decompression surgery. A lami is normally performed to alleviate pain caused by spinal stenosis.
Lumbar fusion is a surgical procedure performed in the area of the lower back. In a lumbar fusion, disc material is removed and bone graft is inserted into the disc space and surrounding spine formation to act as a viaduct on which the bone can grow. Screws, rods, set screws, and/or cross-links can be inserted to stabilize the spine.
Minimally invasive surgeries consist of smaller incisions, reduced time under anesthesia, less postoperative pain and discomfort, shorter facility stay and faster recovery times.
Our products are used in surgery as prescribed by a physician to achieve the desired outcome.