Our ongoing commitment to functional research explores the safety and efficacy of the latest technologies in spinal surgery through prospective and retrospective studies. Our goal is to identify devices that most effectively improve patient outcomes using validated metrics and radiographic imaging.

Active Studies

As a clinical research site for various private practices, we hope to capture and utilize the wealth of data available in each clinic to advance future care through the research and development of new technologies, spinal devices, and biologics. We are actively recruiting and enrolling patients in six functional studies. More information can be found about each trial on ClinicalTrials.gov

  1. Safety and Efficacy of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields as an Adjunct to Enhance Union in Conservatively Treated Type II Fractures of the Odontoid Process
  2. A Multi-Center, Open-Label, Prospective Study of a PEMF device as Adjunctive Care following Cervical Fusion
  3. A Multi-Center, Open-Label, Prospective Study of a PEMF device as Adjunctive Care following Lumbar Fusion 
  4. Prospective Clinical Evaluation of Standalone Cervical Interbody Fusion Device
  5. Prospective Clinical and Radiographic Evaluation of PLIF using 3D-printed Titanium Lumbar Cage 
  6. Prospective, Multi-Center, Nonrandomized Study to Assess Posterolateral Lumbar Fusions Using Synthetic Bioactive Glass Morsels 

 

Presentations

Retrospective Analysis of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Allograft in Integrated Interbody Cervical Devices for One or More Level ACDF Procedures, Western Neurosurgical Society, Banff, Canada, September 2017.

Amir Vokshoor, MD, Institute of Neuro Innovation,  Johny Tran BA Molecular Cell & Biology, and Hannah Wroblewski, BA Physics

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