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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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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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  • 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.

TransFasten Posterior SI  Fusion System 

Captiva Spine is a medical device organization located in Jupiter, Florida, dedicated to creating sincere and collaborative relationships to deliver smart, elegant, and intuitive spine fusion solutions. Today, Captiva Spine is announcing the alpha launch of the TransFasten Posterior SI Fusion System.  The TransFasten Posterior SI Fusion System was developed in conjunction with Robert Lins, M.D., Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at The Center for Bone & Joint Surgery of the Palm Beaches.

“My goal was to develop a safe and efficient posterior approach potentially reducing operative time, neurovascular complications, and achieving a quadracentric press fit that neither compresses nor expands the sacroiliac joint,” Dr. Lins explained.  “We are creating a fusion site similar to a mortise and tenon joint used in woodworking for thousands of years.” Dr. Lins continued to explain “TransFasten’s streamlined instrumentation and straightforward procedure provide for efficient joint preparation and precise press fit of a QuadraCentric Implant.”


To explain the QuadraCentric Joint Preparation simply…
A) Dock the QuadraCentric Drill Guide at the SI joint.
B) Ream the implant site.
C) Impact the QuadraCentric Implant and graft material.


“The launch of TransFasten (a posterior SI fusion system) is a key milestone in our drive to deliver clinical and economic value for patients, surgeons, and healthcare facilities,” said Dale Mitchell, President and Founder of Captiva Spine.

  • Posterior Approach – Potentially reduces operative time and Neurovascular complications.
  • Posterior 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. Call Captiva Spine direct at 561-277-9480.


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