Rethink Spine Surgery positioning. We did.

Working together with leading Spine Surgeons, BoneFoam has developed simple, stable, and repeatable positioning solutions for cervical and lumbar procedures whether done in the anterior, lateral, or prone position.

Spine Solutions

Patient positioning doesn’t get enough attention in spine surgery.

Tape, pillows, towels, and other makeshift positioning methods are unpredictable and can lead to sub-optimal surgical site access and limits the surgeon’s ability to make critical adjustments during the cervical spine procedure. Not to mention patients can be at risk for complications if they are placed in positions that are not physiologic.

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BoneFoam Cervical Solutions

Anterior Cervical Positioning System

Provides optimal positioning of anatomic landmarks and radiographic visualization for ACDF, ADR, ALIF, and ACCF procedures in the supine position.
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Patient positioning doesn’t get enough attention in spine surgery.

Positioning the patient on their side is one of the most challenging operative positions to establish, maintain and adjust during the procedure. This position, used in minimally invasive procedures, is gaining popularity. Current practice relies on the use of tape that can secure the patient to the OR table, but this method makes it difficult for the surgeon to make any adjustments throughout the procedure. Additionally, the tape can be very damaging to the patient’s skin.

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BoneFoam Lumbar Solutions

Prone Positioning System

As surgical techniques evolve, the prone position is being used more frequently to facilitate surgical access.
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Lateral Lumbar Positioning System

Facilitates reproducible and stable positioning for lumbar spine for LLIF, OLIF, DLIF, XLIF and tethering procedures.
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