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TransFasten LSF Lateral SI Fusion System from Captiva Spine

TransFasten® LSF Lateral SI Fusion System: Elevating Minimally Invasive Sacroiliac Joint Surgery

Captiva Spine®, a medical technology organization connecting healthcare professionals, distribution specialists, and healthcare facilities with cutting-edge spinal care technology, announces the launch of the TransFasten-LSF Lateral SI (Sacroiliac) Fusion System. The addition of this system marks a significant advancement that builds upon the TransFasten® SI fusion product line, adding ASC-READY flexibility for healthcare providers treating SI joint dysfunction.

The TransFasten-LSF Lateral SI Fusion System features:

  • A fully threaded, self-drilling/self-tapping bone screw with a unique design optimized for surgical efficiency and patient outcomes.
  • Helically dispersed circular fenestrations along the shaft to promote bone integration and support anatomical stability.
  • A low-profile screw head to support an MIS approach while providing the surgeon with a tactile response on insertion depth.
  • An extensive range of nine precision-machined screw lengths (35 mm – 65 mm) to offer a customized fit for individual patient anatomy.

Streamlining the Path to Recovery

The ASC-READY TransFasten-LSF system is designed to simplify the lateral SI fusion process, potentially shortening operating times and reducing procedural complexity. President of Captiva Spine, Dale Mitchell, said, “Our aim with the TransFasten-LSF was to address the challenges healthcare providers face treating SI joint dysfunction with practical procedural efficiencies. Enhancing procedural efficiency encourages optimized surgical outcomes and paves the way for quicker recoveries and better patient experiences.”

Captiva Spine’s comprehensive ASC-READY SI fusion solutions and the WatchTower Spine Navigation System will be featured at the ASIPP (American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians) in Dallas, TX, April 4-6, 2024, and the ISASS (International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery) Annual Meeting held in Miami Beach, FL, April 26-28, 2024. 

Versatility at the Heart of Patient Care

Demonstrating Captiva Spine’s commitment to contributing to clinical and economic outcomes, the TransFasten-LSF can be used independently or in conjunction with the TransFasten-PSF (Posterior SI Fusion System) for a comprehensive, hybrid approach. This flexibility ensures that the system meets the varied needs of the healthcare landscape.

The launch of the TransFasten-LSF system is a testament to Captiva Spine’s dedication to complimenting additional surgical techniques, fostering superior patient care, and improving the efficiency of healthcare systems.

Invitation to Explore Spine Fusion Solutions

Captiva Spine invites you to discover our extensive portfolio of ASC-READY spinal solutions, including sacroiliac fusion, lumbar and cervical fusion technologies, and the most recent launch, WatchTower® Spine Navigation System below:

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ASC-Ready TransFasten-LSF Lateral SI Fusion System - Bone ScrewTo take advantage of Captiva Spine’s innovative technologies and incorporate them into your healthcare offerings, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We welcome inquiries from healthcare providers, surgical facilities, and distribution professionals. To get in touch with us directly, please email our team at info@captivaspine.com

About Captiva Spine, Inc. 

Captiva Spine, founded in 2007, is a privately held medical device company that brings healthcare providers, distribution professionals, and surgical facilities together with innovative spinal care solutions. With a focus on quality, Captiva Spine strives to create reliable systems that provide clinical and economical solutions to the spine market.

Captiva Spine – Strength Through Connections

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(WatchTower) economically solves the problem of not buying a CT scanner and procedurally solves the problem of still performing percutaneous procedures. It’s faster, cheaper, and significantly smaller than anything else that’s out there.

Dan McPhillips to Discuss the Incredible Advantages of the WatchTower™ Spine Navigation System From Captiva Spine to Both Doctors and Patients.

In the bustling heart of Los Angeles, the North American Spine Society’s (NASS) annual conference unfolded, setting the stage for an exciting revelation in the world of spine surgery. The event served as the perfect backdrop for Doctech.live’s exclusive interview with Dan McPhillips, Director of Enabling Technologies and Market Development at Captiva Spine, a medical device company that’s making waves with its revolutionary WatchTower™ Spine Navigation and Robotics System.

Doctech.live, a prominent Med-Tech Innovation Report and journalism platform sponsored by Ghost Productions Inc., had a mission to deliver cutting-edge insights into health and medicine. At NASS 2023, their mission was brought to life as they sat down with Dan McPhillips to discuss the incredible advantages that the WatchTower™ system brings to both doctors and patients.

A Leap in Surgical Innovation

The WatchTower™ Spine Navigation and Robotics System is a game-changer in the field of spine surgery. It seamlessly merges pre-operative CT scans with 2D imaging through a sophisticated algorithm, providing real-time 3D images of the patient’s spine during surgery. This groundbreaking technology eliminates the need for intraoperative 3D imaging for registration, reducing operative time and radiation exposure for patients and staff while enhancing the safety and efficiency of spine surgeries.

Dan McPhillips expressed, “So this is the WatchTower navigation system. WatchTower is unique. It uses a 2D registration method to get you a 3D navigation. So, in an ASC environment, you do not need to purchase an intraoperative CT scanner, nor do you have to do an open exposure to touch the spine or take a picture of the spine to register. It economically solves the problem of not buying a CT scanner and procedurally solves the problem of still performing percutaneous procedures. It’s faster, cheaper, and significantly smaller than anything else that’s out there.”

The Ideal Client

Captiva Spine’s ideal client for the WatchTower™ system is a surgical group or a community-based hospital aiming to provide a navigation system for spinal procedures without the need for a costly intraoperative CT scanner. This innovative system opens doors for facilities with budget constraints, enabling them to offer state-of-the-art navigation for their patients at a more reasonable cost.

Peerless Innovation

When asked about competitors, McPhillips confidently stated, “I don’t have a closest competitor. I’m peerless now. This technology is not greatly dissimilar from anything else that’s out there in terms of navigation. But where this has no peers is in how it is registered into the operating room. There’s not another system out there that can register a CT scan for a spine procedure without using touch registration or an intraoperative CT scan.”

Training Simplified

The simplicity of the WatchTower™ system extends to its training process. McPhillips explained, “Anybody can do it. This is a very, very simple registration method. It’s an image recognition software. When you are ready to start the case, you have your CT scan loaded, take an AP and a lateral x-ray, and the operator just matches the CT scan to the x-ray. It’s literally drag and drop.”

Captiva Spine’s Journey

Founded by Dale Mitchell 17 years ago, Captiva Spine has been a pioneer in workhorse technologies in the medical industry. The company has a rich history of developing cervical platting, pedicle screws, cages, and more. The WatchTower™ system is Captiva’s latest offering, and it’s poised to be a requirement in the future of spine surgery.

As McPhillips succinctly put it, “Everybody coming out of medical school and fellowships now is committed to navigation. So, if companies aren’t getting into the navigation market, they probably won’t be around for long.”

NASS: A Beacon of Progress

Throughout its 35-year history, NASS has seen its fair share of ups and downs. However, events like NASS 2023 remain crucial to the spine surgery field. The WatchTower™ Spine Navigation and Robotics System, with its precision and radiation reduction capabilities, exemplify the progress that NASS helps foster in the industry.

In conclusion, Captiva Spine’s WatchTower™ Spine Navigation and Robotics System represents a significant leap in spine surgery technology. Its advantages for both doctors and patients are undeniable, and its simplicity and affordability make it a game-changer for surgical groups and hospitals alike. With no close competitors, this innovation shines as a beacon of progress at events like NASS, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the field of spine surgery.

Get Enabling Technology in Your Facility

To schedule a demonstration of the WatchTower Spine Navigation System and our range of spinal and SI fusion options, please visit www.captivaspine.com/spine-navigation

 

This article was initially posted on DOCTECH.LIVE.

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To take advantage of Captiva Spine’s innovative technologies and incorporate them into your healthcare offerings, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We welcome inquiries from healthcare providers, surgical facilities, and distribution professionals. To get in touch with us directly, please email our team at info@captivaspine.com

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About Captiva Spine, Inc. 

Captiva Spine, founded in 2007, is a privately held medical device company that brings healthcare providers, distribution professionals, and surgical facilities together with innovative spinal care solutions. With a focus on quality, Captiva Spine strives to create reliable systems that provide clinical and economical solutions to the spine market.

Captiva Spine – Navigating Today.

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Daniel McPhillips
Director of Enabling Technologies & Market Development
561-277-9480 ext. 706


Captiva Spine WatchTower Spine Navigation in an ASC with Dr. Jonathan Hyde

Captiva Spine WatchTower Spine 
Navigation in an ASC with Dr. Jonathan Hyde

WatchTower™ SNS – Spine Navigation System: Elevating Spinal Procedures with Breakthrough Technology.

Captiva Spine®, a medical technology organization connecting healthcare professionals, distribution specialists, and healthcare facilities with cutting-edge spinal care technology, announced the completion of their first Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) navigated MIS lumbar fusion series in the U.S. The navigated lumbar spine fusion case series, completed by Dr. Jonathan Hyde of Miami Spine Specialists, was powered by Captiva Spine’s state-of-the-art WatchTower™ Spine Navigation System (a U.S. FDA regulatory-cleared system). The WatchTower system’s capabilities support an efficient and economical navigation solution for ASCs and community hospitals performing lumbar spine and sacroiliac joint fusion surgery.

Navigating Today by Charting New Territories in Lumbar Spine Navigation Procedures.

Real-time 3D surgical Navigation is rapidly emerging as the standard of care in spine surgery. It has been shown to minimize radiation exposure for surgeons, staff, and patients while enhancing the surgeon’s view of the anatomy and minimizing risks of implant malposition.

The WatchTower Spine Navigation System streamlines the surgical workflow by registering a pre-operative CT scan with 2D c-arm imaging, using a sophisticated algorithm to provide real-time 3D navigation during surgery. This allows the surgeon to percutaneously navigate instruments and implants with enhanced accuracy and precision while reducing radiation exposure to the patient and entire staff.

“The ASC-READY WatchTower Spine Navigation System removes the necessity for additional expenditure of an intraoperative CT scanner… WatchTower is becoming a cost-effective choice for ASCs and community hospitals.”

Dr. Jonathan Hyde, a renowned orthopedic spine surgeon with expertise in minimally invasive spine surgery techniques, expressed that “the most significant benefit of the WatchTower Spine Navigation System is its ability to negate the need for intraoperative CT scanning or open touch or photographic registration. We can eliminate the surgical disruption and delays of intraoperative CT scans or open exposures with just two X-rays and a pre-operative CT scan. WatchTower’s navigation capabilities offer a degree of intraoperative clarity and guidance that will benefit even the most capable surgeons.”

Aiming to Improve Surgical Workflows and Safety with Spine Navigation.

Beyond precision, the WatchTower Spine Navigation System addresses longstanding challenges in navigated spine surgeries: the need for intraoperative CT scanning or open registration. By eliminating these requirements, the system preserves the potential for percutaneous procedures and reduces operative times and radiation exposure while dramatically reducing facility costs.

“We are deeply committed to pushing the boundaries in spine care by being a clinical and economical solution for facilities,” says Dale Mitchell, Captiva Spine President. “The ASC-READY WatchTower Spine Navigation System removes the necessity for additional expenditure of an intraoperative CT scanner, doing away with such costly and cumbersome imaging equipment and preserving percutaneous procedure potential.  WatchTower is becoming a cost-effective choice for ASCs and community hospitals.”

Get Enabling Technology in Your Facility

To schedule a demonstration of the WatchTower Spine Navigation System and our range of spinal and SI fusion options, please visit www.captivaspine.com/spine-navigation

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To take advantage of Captiva Spine’s innovative technologies and incorporate them into your healthcare offerings, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We welcome inquiries from healthcare providers, surgical facilities, and distribution professionals. To get in touch with us directly, please email our team at info@captivaspine.com

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About Captiva Spine, Inc. 

Captiva Spine, founded in 2007, is a privately held medical device company that brings healthcare providers, distribution professionals, and surgical facilities together with innovative spinal care solutions. With a focus on quality, Captiva Spine strives to create reliable systems that provide clinical and economical solutions to the spine market.

Captiva Spine – Navigating Today.

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Daniel McPhillips
Director of Enabling Technologies & Market Development
561-277-9480 ext. 706

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Captiva Spine WatchTower Spine Navigation First Case in US using enabling technology

Captiva Spine WatchTower Spine Navigation First Case in US using enabling technology

WatchTower™ Spine Navigation and Robotics: Sophisticated 2D Registration Algorithm Eliminates the Need for Intraoperative 3D Imaging

Captiva Spine, a spinal technology organization dedicated to providing clinical and economical solutions in spine care, announced the completion of the first U.S. cases series using their new state-of-the-art WatchTower Spine Navigation System. The surgeries were performed by Dr. Hunaldo Villalobos of the Central Florida Neurosurgery Institute at facilities in the Orlando, FL, area.

The WatchTower Spine Navigation and Robotics Systems streamline the surgical workflow by merging a pre-operative CT scan with 2D imaging using a sophisticated algorithm to provide real-time 3D images of the patient’s spine during surgery. This allows the surgeon to navigate the spine with enhanced accuracy and precision, intended to improve patient outcomes and reduce the risk of complications. Additionally, the system eliminates the need for intraoperative 3D imaging for registration, minimizing operative time and radiation exposure for patients and staff and enhancing the safety and efficiency of spine surgeries.

“A fast, accurate, and inexpensive system makes navigation equipment installation at an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) feasible.”

“Captiva Spine’s WatchTower will be a game-changer for facilities doing spine surgery.” Said Dr. Hundaldo Villalobos.  “The system’s ability to register without relying on intraoperative CT scans or surface mapping through an open exposure makes it highly efficient and able to transform procedural workflow.” Dr. Villalobos further mentioned, “Speed of workflow was very impressive, including a decrease of set up time and implementation for the entire staff. Having a fast, accurate, and inexpensive system makes navigation equipment installation at an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) feasible.”

Dale Mitchell, President of Captiva Spine, expressed excitement over the first US cases with the WatchTower Spine Navigation System, stating, “We are thrilled to see our technology making a real impact in the operating room. Our team has worked tirelessly to bring this system to market and ensure its sophisticated technology is still practical and easy to use.  This milestone reinforces our vision of providing clinical and economical solutions to the market.”

Get Enabling Technology in Your Facility

WatchTower Spine Navigation System US placements will be available by the end of 2Q23. For more information about the Captiva Spine WatchTower Spine Navigation and Robotics System and our other spinal fusion solutions, please visit www.captivaspine.com/spine-navigation

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To take advantage of Captiva Spine’s innovative technologies and incorporate them into your healthcare offerings, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We welcome inquiries from healthcare providers, surgical facilities, and distribution professionals. To get in touch with us directly, please email our team at info@captivaspine.com

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About Captiva Spine, Inc. 

Captiva Spine, founded in 2007, is a privately held medical device company that brings healthcare providers, distribution professionals, and surgical facilities together with innovative spinal care solutions. With a focus on quality, Captiva Spine strives to create reliable systems that provide clinical and economical solutions to the spine market.

Captiva Spine – Navigating Today.

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Daniel McPhillips
Director of Enabling Technologies & Market Development
561-277-9480 ext. 706

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WatchTower™ Spine Navigation and Robotics: Expanding Management Team

Captiva Spine is a medical device organization located in Jupiter, Florida, dedicated to delivering smart, elegant, and intuitive spinal fusion solutions. Today Captiva Spine announced the expansion of its management team to accelerate the roll-out of its WatchTower Spine Navigation and Robotic System. Daniel McPhillips has joined Captiva Spine as the Director of Enabling Technologies and Market Development. “Dan will be a great asset to the roll-out of the WatchTower Spine Navigation and Robotics System,” said Dale Mitchell, President of Captiva Spine. “Dan has been at the forefront of numerous technological inflection points in the spine market going back to the first MIS pedicle screw systems and cage IDE/PMAs. His most recent experience focused on innovations in percutaneous interbody fusion.”

The WatchTower Spine Navigation System promises to provide surgeons with a next-generation navigation and robotics system for the Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) and specialty hospital. WatchTower Spine Navigation eliminates the need for inter-operative CT imagery. This offers exceptional procedural efficiency, radiation safety, and a cost-effective navigation solution for these new service sites. The spine navigation system has received 510(k) clearance from the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) and is available for commercial use.

The WatchTower Spine Navigation and Robotics System eliminates the need for intraoperative CT imagery. This offers exceptional procedural efficiency, radiation safety, and cost-effective navigation…

“Spinal fusion procedures have become less invasive and post-operative significantly more effective, making same-day lumbar fusion surgery a reality,” said Dan McPhillips. “This, along with the recent changes in the CMS in-patient-only list, makes ASC MIS spinal fusion a real opportunity for surgeons and patients. I am excited to join Captiva because the WatchTower Spine Navigation and Robotics System offer advanced spine navigation capabilities yet are economically practical for the ASC setting.”

Vertical Integration at Captiva Spine

“At Captiva Spine, we always strive to provide smart, elegant, and intuitive spinal solutions, but more than that, we are working to provide a solid vertically integrated procedural platform,” said Dale Mitchell. The WatchTower System is a synergistic addition to support our newest generation TowerLOX-EXT MIS Extended Tab Pedicle Screw System and TransFasten Posterior SI Joint Fusion System.

TowerLOX-EXT is the next-generation extended tab MIS screw system from Captiva Spine. It affords the surgeon the state-of-the-art MIS extended tab design they expect with significantly more reduction and spinal re-alignment utility than other systems on the market. 

The TransFasten Posterior SI Fusion System is a unique approach to posterior MIS sacroiliac joint fusions, offering increased efficiency while reducing the invasiveness of traditional sacroiliac joint fusions. The system’s patented carpentry has been developed to ensure ease of use, immediate stabilization of the motion segment, and an optimal environment for fusion. Experience the benefits of TransFasten for yourself and discover how our innovative system may help achieve the results patients are looking for.

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To take advantage of Captiva Spine’s innovative technologies and incorporate them into your healthcare offerings, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We welcome inquiries from healthcare providers, surgical facilities, and distribution professionals. To get in touch with us directly, please email our team at info@captivaspine.com

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About Captiva Spine, Inc. 

Captiva Spine, founded in 2007, is a privately owned medical device company that brings healthcare providers, distribution professionals, and surgical facilities together with innovative spinal care solutions. With a focus on quality, Captiva Spine strives to build and maintain sincere, honest, and collaborative relationships to earn mutual trust and openness. By doing so, we aim to become the preferred provider of smart, elegant, and intuitive spine care solutions.
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Daniel McPhillips
Director of Enabling Technologies & Market Development
561-277-9480 ext. 706

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Spine Navigation and Robotics: Exclusive Strategic Partnership 

Captiva Spine is a medical device organization located in Jupiter, Florida, dedicated to delivering smart, elegant, and intuitive spinal fusion solutions. They announced today its long-term exclusive strategic partnership with REMEX Medical, a developer of advanced navigation and robotics technologies located in Taichung, Taiwan; for real-time 3D spine navigation with future developments in practical robotic solutions.

Captiva Spine looks forward to serving the substantial demand and need for both navigation and surgical robots for spinal applications. For underserved hospitals and Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) throughout the U.S., this technology will serve as a platform to expand the company’s products and services with enhanced enabling technology to support MIS technology.  Specifically, Captiva Spine will be starting with their CapLOX Pedicle Screws, TowerLOX-EXT MIS Extended Tab Pedicle Screws, and TransFasten Posterior SI joint fusion system.

Future Developments in Spine Navigation and Robotics

Nelson Lin, CEO of REMEX Medical, said, “we are very pleased to enter the US marketplace with our new strategic partner, Captiva Spine. We share an enthusiasm and commitment to providing ongoing advancements for the betterment of spine care. REMEX has been researching and developing this platform for eight years with proven clinical performance.”

The navigation system has 510(k) clearance from the FDA ( U.S. Food and Drug Administration) and is available for commercial use. The navigation unit is a small on-site unit for more facilities looking to take advantage of the benefits of readily available, easy-to-use spine navigation. This model offers physicians, orthopedics, and neurosurgeons easy-to-use, cutting-edge technology to pre-plan and visualize their surgical approach. This platform utilizes preoperative CT scans and rapid intraoperative registration for accurate real-time 3D navigation with limited radiation exposure to staff and patients.

Cost-Effective, Real-Time 3D Navigation and Robotics that’s user-friendly

The spine navigation platform will be demonstrated at Captiva Spine’s booth (#3731) at the 2022 North American Spine Society (NASS) Annual Meeting, in Chicago, IL, October 12-14.

“This platform for spine navigation helps fulfill our commitment to being a clinical and economical solution with advanced enabling technology for spine care,” said Dale Mitchell, President of Captiva Spine. “We plan to have a technically advanced navigation platform to improve spine procedural efficiency and be economically feasible for the growing number of ASCs and specialty hospitals throughout the United States,” Mitchell continued.

Improving and Expanding the Spine Navigation Platform

Spine Navigation allows surgeons to oversee the precise placement of MIS pedicle screws while situated directly at the operation site, guided by navigation technology. “Our goal is to provide a technology for reproducibility of screw accuracy and placement with higher confidence and safety in difficult areas is also a goal in mind, as well as improving screw insertion times, especially in cases of difficult anatomy,” said Mitchell.

Captiva Spine is planning to expand the system’s capabilities to include robotics. Both platforms are intended to improve the reproducibility and accuracy of applicable procedures to meet the growing demand for enabling solutions worldwide.

Inquiries from physicians and industry professionals looking to incorporate intelligent and innovative technologies into their offerings are always welcome. Captiva Spine can be contacted directly by phone at 561-277-9480. 

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About Captiva Spine, Inc. 

Captiva Spine is a privately owned medical device organization founded in 2007.  Captiva Spine supports spine surgeons, tenured spine distributors, and healthcare facilities.  In providing patients with progressive spinal care and an obsessive focus on quality, they strive to create and maintain sincere, honest, collaborative relationships. Valuing their relationships fosters the mutual trust and openness needed for Captiva Spine to be a conduit of high-quality, smart, elegant, and intuitive patient solutions. Captiva Spine operates as a family of industry professionals that take pride in delivering these solutions responsibly and ethically. While never losing sight of what they refer to as the Human Factor, they find joy in their daily lives and serve the needs of their customers with sincere, professional enthusiasm.


TransFasten Posterior SI Fusion System Quadracentric Sacroiliac Joint Site Preparation

TransFasten Posterior SI Fusion System Quadracentric Sacroiliac Joint Site Preparation

TransFasten® Posterior SI  Fusion System 

Captiva Spine, Inc., developer and distributor of intuitive spine fusion devices, announced today they received “Notice of Allowance by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTOfor their patent on a novel posterior sacroiliac (SI) joint fusion System named TransFastenSpecifically, the system’s precision form of Quadracentric carpentry which prepares the sacroiliac joint intended for an easy, safe, and repeatable SI joint fusion surgery.  

Recognizing the growing adoption of SI fusion procedures, we are committed to the continued development of differentiated and proprietary devices that clearly provide incremental improvement. This patent marks another milestone for Captiva Spine’s growing patent portfolio,” said Dale Mitchell, President of Captiva Spine. TransFasten’s form of carpentry is truly aligned with key principles of achieving ease of use, stabilization, and fusion while utilizing a safe posterior approach. 

Posterior SI Joint Fusion – Proprietary Technique

TransFasten Posterior SI Fusion System Quadracentric Sacroiliac Joint Site Preparation

“…many will bring this procedure to their practice simply for the safety of the posterior approach coupled with this unique approach to SI joint fusion site preparation.

The TransFasten technique is intended to provide stabilization of the SI joint, with minimal disruption to anatomy, in a minimally invasive procedure. This patented Quadracentric site preparation is a form of mortise and tenon carpentry and requires one implant; many other systems require multiple implants or large screws.  TransFasten is a precision-machined allograft with a large graft window that precisely fits within the sizeable cross-joint decortication for creating biologic fusion. This posterior procedure provides a safe approach to dock minimal instrumentation. It prepares the SI joint sitwhich includes the richest proliferation of osteogenic cells while placing the implant in a predetermined position Altogether, TransFasten may potentially reducoperating room and fluoroscopy time.  

As Captiva Spine continues to introduce TransFasten, many will bring this procedure to their practice simply for the safety of the posterior approach coupled with this unique approach to SI joint fusion site preparation, said Dr. Robert E. Lins, The Center for the Bone & Joint Surgery, and inventor of TransFasten. Because the sacroiliac joints transfer forces from the upper body to the lower extremities, they are subject to trauma and chronic degenerative changes. I truly believe the TransFasten procedure will enable the medical community to better serve their patients suffering these degenerative changes in the future.”  

Inquiries from physicians and industry professionals looking to incorporate intelligent and innovative technologies into their offerings are always welcome. Captiva Spine can be contacted directly by phone at 561-277-9480. 

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About Captiva Spine, Inc. 

Captiva Spine is a privately-owned medical device organization founded in 2007.  Captiva Spine supports spine surgeons, tenured spine distributors, and healthcare facilities in providing patients with progressive spinal care and an obsessive focus on quality; they strive to create and maintain sincere, honest, collaborative relationships. Above all else, valuing their relationships fosters the mutual trust and openness needed for Captiva Spine to be a conduit of high quality, smart, elegant, and intuitive patient solutions. Captiva Spine operates as a family of industry professionals that take pride in delivering these solutions responsibly and ethically while never losing sight of what they refer to as the Human FactorFinding joy in their daily lives and serving the needs of their customers with sincere, professional enthusiasm. 


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Update: Wednesday, July 15 – Jupiter, FL

CONTINUING COMMUNICATION

As elective surgeries continue to remain uncertain in some areas, we want to responsibly continue to plan for slowdowns as well as ramp-ups. Our VP of Sales and Business Development, Greg Baumhover, will continue to be in direct contact with you regarding the status of your cases.

Please contact: Greg Baumhover
VP Sales and Business Development
greg.baumhover@captivaspine.com
804-310-7267

CONTINUED ENHANCED FOCUS

We have increased the availability of private educational webinars and training to accommodate the recent uptick in inquiries and other time-zone connections. Our most popular webinar is on the TransFasten Posterior SI Fusion System. We provide an overview of our proprietary Quadracentric™ site preparation and discuss the benefits of using a single allograft implant. Please let our Director of Clinical Affairs, Steve Saar, know if virtual training/support is something you would be interested in. We truly value the human factor, as hard as it’s become.

Please contact: Steve Saar
Director of Clinical Affairs and Market Development
steve.saar@captivaspine.com 
561-277-9480 ext706

INTERNAL COMMITMENTS

Helping stop the spread:

  • COMMIT to quarantine (if you’re ill)
  • AVOID touching your face
  • PRACTICE personal distancing
  • THINK before shaking hands
  • INVITE calm into your life
  • VALUE time with your family
  • AVOID creating stigma

Deliveries: Our delivery schedule remains unaffected (as long as FedEx/UPS continues to provide uninterrupted services).

We continue to monitor the CDC website and maintain awareness about recommendations from the surgeon general in regard to any cancellations of elective surgeries.

Thank you for your continued patience and support during this time.

Kind Regards,
Dale Mitchell
President – Captiva Spine


Update: Monday, March 16 – Jupiter, FL

During these unsettling and unprecedented times during the COVID-19 outbreak, the safety and well-being of our customers, employees, and the broader medical community is on the top of our minds. I wanted to personally reach out and address some of the actions we are taking to ensure your business continues to be supported by us:

Internal Facilities: We are setting up a portal on our intranet to make sure our employees maintain a heightened awareness and reminder of how germs can be easily transmitted. With that, we will be taking additional steps to ensure the cleanliness of our facilities and devices that are shipped and accepted from the field. Some of these items include:

  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. This includes tables/desks, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks.
  • Clean and sanitize hands often
  • Do not share phones
  • Keep hands away from the face at all times
  • Stay home if you’re sick
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or elbow
  • Sanitize all incoming and outgoing containers and trays

Deliveries: Our delivery schedule will remain unaffected as long as FedEx/UPS continues to provide uninterrupted services. If you become aware of any circumstances in your facility that may prevent us from supporting your case on time, please let us know so we can make additional shipping arrangements.

Travel: We realize that travel is an important part of our day to day operations, but we are restricting air travel and setting up virtual training and communication programs to limit in-person interactions between customers and vendors. If you have any immediate needs for training or case support, please reach out to us so we can make proper and timely arrangements.

We will continue to monitor the CDC website and maintain awareness about recommendations from the surgeon general in regard to any cancellations of elective surgeries. If any of your case scheduling changes, please make our customer service department aware so we can be ready for you upon rescheduling.

Thank you for your patience and support during this time.

Kind Regards,

Dale Mitchell
President – Captiva Spine


About Captiva Spine, Inc.

As a privately owned medical device organization founded in 2007, Captiva Spine supports spine surgeons, tenured spine distributors, and healthcare facilities in providing patients with progressive spinal care and an obsessive focus on quality.  They strive to create and maintain sincere, honest, collaborative relationships. By valuing their relationships above all else, it fosters the mutual trust and openness needed for Captiva Spine to be a conduit of high quality, smart, elegant, and intuitive patient solutions. As a family of industry professionals, Captiva Spine takes pride in delivering these solutions responsibly and ethically while never losing sight of what they refer to as the Human Factor: Finding the joy in their daily lives and serving the needs of their customers with sincere, professional enthusiasm.

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  • Posterior Approach – Potentially reduces operative time and Neurovascular complications.
  • Posterior SI Fusion Site Preparation – Allows for efficient preparation of the joint and press fit implant placement.
  • A form of “Mortise and Tenon” Stabilization of the SI Joint (a proven and established method of Architectural Stabilization) – The geometry of the TransFasten implant across the joint is designed to stabilize the motion segment without disrupting the anatomy and creating new pain generators.
  • Structural Allograft Implant – Custom allograft implant includes a large trans-joint graft window for accommodating a biologic fusion.

Training Opportunities Available. For more information, contact Captiva Spine direct at 561-277-9480. Visit www.TransFasten.com for more information.

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TirboLOX-C Titanium Cervical CageCaptiva Spine Adds Cervical Cages to TirboLOX™ Dual Layer Lattice Structure 3D Printed Titanium Cage Offering

Jupiter, FL, August 2018 – Captiva Spine is a medical device organization located in Jupiter, Florida, dedicated to delivering smart, elegant and intuitive spinal fusion solutions. Today, Captiva Spine is announcing it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its TirboLOX-C 3D Printed Titanium Cervical Cages.

TirboLOX-C Titanium Cervical Cages

TirboLOX-C Titanium Cervical Cages were created following the principles of biomimicry.   The titanium alloy interbody fusion devices with a dual layer organic lattice structure are formed using advanced 3D printing technologies. This lattice structure features a micro-rough surface topography, interconnected dual porosity, and open architecture.  Titanium alloy implants with micro-rough surface topographies and dual porosity have been shown to promote direct bony on growth, in growth and vascularization. TirboLOX-C’s open architecture is designed to reduce radiographic presence for clear imaging.  TirboLOX-C’s high coefficient of friction creates immediate bidirectional fixation.

Dale Mitchell, President and Founder of Captiva Spine said, “Our design development, incorporating substantial surgeon design input, including dual layer porous 3D printed titanium cages, dates back several years.  The timing for commercialization is excellent, as surgeons’ apparent growing preference for porous 3D printed titanium cages is substantial.  In addition, the recently announced industry acquisitions, that include 3D cage technology, may limit independent distributors’ access to this critical growth technology.  Likewise, we are pleased to make our complete line of TirboLOX 3D printed titanium cages available to support their surgeons’ needs.”  Captiva Spine is able to deliver TirboLOX Cervical’s unique dual layer organic lattice structure with numerous geometries and sizes satisfying a wide range of surgeon preferences.

Captiva Spine’s TirboLOX-C Titanium Cervical Cages are one of five new product launches that will be featured at Booth 1649 during the North American Spine Society (NASS) Annual Meeting held in Los Angles, September 26-28, 2018.

Inquiries from tenured distribution professionals looking to partner with a company to build a relationship for the long run are always welcome.

For sales, contact:
Chip Jones, Director of Sales and Marketing
chip.jones@captivaspine.com or 561-277-9480 ext. 725
or via their website www.captivaspine.com/contact-us.

About Captiva Spine, Inc.

As a privately owned medical device organization founded in 2007, Captiva Spine supports spine surgeons, tenured spine distributors, and healthcare facilities in providing patients with progressive spinal care and an obsessive focus on quality.  They strive to create and maintain sincere, honest, collaborative relationships. By valuing their relationships above all else, it fosters the mutual trust and openness needed for Captiva Spine to be a conduit of high quality, smart, elegant, and intuitive patient solutions. As a family of industry professionals, Captiva Spine takes pride in delivering these solutions responsibly and ethically while never losing sight of what they refer to as the Human Factor: Finding the joy in their daily lives and serving the needs of their customers with sincere, professional enthusiasm.

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