Each year, roughly one million people in the U.S. suffer from vertebral compression fractures.1
For every 15 patients who get treated for vertebral compression fractures, one life is saved.2
Bone tumor ablation can provide rapid and significant pain relief that lasts for at least 6 months3
Patients treated with genicular RFA may experience pain relief for up to 12 months.4
Pain is unrelenting. But so are we.
OptaBlate bone tumor ablation system
You’ve been waiting.
We’ve been innovating.
The OptaBlate bone tumor ablation system provides a minimally invasive approach to pain relief for patients suffering from debilitating metastatic bone tumors.
Take VCF treatment
to the next level
The SpineJack system gives you the tools to finally take control, restore anatomy and protect your patients from adjacent level fractures.5
MultiGen 2 radiofrequency generator and Venom cannula and electrode systemLarge lesion,
The innovative Venom system offers an alternative configuration at the distal end with a 'V' shape active tip.
iVAS Elite balloon system
Optimize performance in both puncture resistance and maximum pressure rating.789
OmniCurve curved balloon system
Create equal or larger voids through a single incision.10 OmniCurve curved balloon system delivers greater efficiency and safety while treating fractures.
AutoPlex mixer and delivery system
Automated cement delivery in less than 60 seconds.
Ready for a bolder approach?
When you're ready to give patients the possibility of lasting relief, we're ready to help.
Serious adverse events, some with fatal outcome, associated with the use of bone cements for vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty and sacroplasty include myocardial infarction, cardiac arrest, cerebrovascular accident, pulmonary embolism and cardiac embolism. Although it is rare, some adverse events have been known to occur up to one year post-operatively. Additional risks exist with the use of bone cement. Please see the IFU for a complete list of potential risks.