Israeli Scientists Engineer Human Spinal Cord Implants To Treat Paralysis
Tel Aviv University researchers offer hope that paralyzed patients may walk again with first spinal cord tissue engineered from cells.
February 07, 2022
Israeli Company’s Futuristic Back Implant Can Repair Damaged Spines
Bend. Flex. Extend. Rotate. These words are ordinary to most people, but they (literally) send shivers down the spines of the millions who suffer from lower back pain. Premia Spine is an Israeli company looking to once again render these words innocuous with their revolutionary spinal implant.
January 02, 2014
‘Mazor Robotics’ Spine Surgery System Sold In California
Mazor Robotics, an Israeli company that develops surgical robots and complementary products for spine surgery, announced that the Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside, California, purchased its Renaissance system. Renaissance, a surgical guidance system that is designed to enable surgeons to conduct spine surgeries in an accurate and secure manner, was launched in 2011. According to […]
February 24, 2012
Robots Back Breakthrough Surgery
Many patients scheduled for a major spinal operation naturally worry that they might find themselves in a wheelchair due to a surgical error, or simple bad luck. While this happens only rarely, it is a possibility. SpineAssist – an Israeli invention – is revolutionizing delicate spinal surgery.
March 20, 2011