Allograft bone is real bone tissue sourced from either living or deceased donors.
An anterior/posterior lumbar fusion procedure fuses both the front and back of the spine, provides a high degree of stability for the spine, and creates a large surface area for bone fusion to occur.
Anterior cervical decompression and fusion treats cervical spondylosis with myelopathy, relieving spinal cord compression.
Anterior cervical decompression and fusion surgically address spinal issues, improving stability and relieving compression.
Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ACDF) complications may include dysphagia, nerve damage, infection, and fusion issues.
ALIF surgery involves accessing the spine from the front to remove damaged discs and stabilize with a graft or implant.
An autograft is a portion of bone transplanted from one part of a patient’s body to another.
A bone graft is real bone or bone-like tissue that is added between two vertebrae to help them fuse into a single bony bridge.
Synthetic bone graft substitutes are man-made alternatives to real bone tissue. They allow for bone growth on their surface, and then they are resorbed by the body.
Bone stimulators promote bone healing through low-level electrical or ultrasound stimulation, aiding in fusion recovery.