Our company has united with key surgeon champions...
To operate as a fully functional medical device company, SpineNet has aligned itself with medical device development contractors who have world class expertise in engineering, manufacturing, QA / RA, and regulatory domains. SpineNet draws on its own expertise in oversight in these processes along with marketing and sales experience, its strong distributor and customer relationships and, critically, its network of key surgeon champions – who have committed to share their hands-on knowledge with SpineNet – allowing the development of a portfolio of superior, proprietary spinal implant products for the US market. This has already proven to be a very efficient and effective model.
SpineNet SSP™ Single-Screw Anterior Cervical Plate
The SpineNet SSP™ is designed to reproduce a tri-cortical iliac crest bone graft in PEEK material and provide structural support as an interbody spacer for anterior cervical fusions.
SpineNet ACC® Anterior Cervical Plate
The SpineNet ACC® is designed to reproduce a tri-cortical iliac crest bone graft in PEEK material and provide structural support as an interbody spacer for anterior cervical fusions.
We believe that the most valuable relationships are formed one at a time.
Anytime we CONNECT, we are allowed with an opportunity to PARTNER with a group that will REPRESENT SpineNet in various locations throughout the world and thus will INVEST in our core values, our mission, and become part of our vision for the future.
We are always looking to team up with experienced industry professionals that have a strong background in spine technologies and established relationships with spine surgeons. We are here as your partner to provide you with technological innovation, education and give the patients access to restore mobility and regain their quality of life. If you are interested in taking part of our growing success story and hold yourself to the highest standard of service, we invite you to contact us right away about distribution opportunities with SpineNet.