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Patients Discuss Endoskeleton

Patient Craig Cotton describes his personal experience with Titan Spine’s Endoskeleton Interbody Device

Craig Cotton

Craig Cotton - Engineer, Fitness enthusiast, Father of two
"This has been an amazing life changing experience for me."

Before his surgery, Craig suffered intense, debilitating leg and back pain. Craig had fusion surgery with Titan Spine’s Endoskeleton implant in 2013 and 12 weeks after surgery he completed a 100 mile bike ride.


Fusion Surgery Candidates:
Is the Titan Spine Endoskeleton Technology right for your fusion surgery?

Titan Spine Endoskeleton

When it comes to Spine Fusion Surgery,

Titan Spine’s Endoskeleton technology offers you and your surgeon:

  • Potential for better bone formation response
  • Potential for faster healing
  • Potential for a stronger and more solid fusion1

>>Next - Learn more about fusion surgery and the Endoskeleton


Titan Spine is a medical device manufacturer and does not practice medicine. Not all patients are candidates for spine fusion. Only your surgeon can tell you if you are a candidate for surgery, and if so, which implant is right for your specific needs. Always discuss your condition and treatment options with your surgeon. Individual results for spine surgery vary. The life of an implant will depend on a number of factors. For more information, contact Titan Spine.


  1. R Olivares-Navarrete et al. Osteoblasts exhibit a more differentiated phenotype and increased bone morphogenetic production on titanium alloy substrates than poly-ether-ether-ketone. The Spine Journal (March 2012, v. 12, p. 265-272)