DETROIT, July 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ - Patients with herniated discs in the Detroit area now have expanded options for spine surgery. Dr. Nilesh Patel now offers herniated disc repair utilizing the AnchorKnotŪ Tissue Approximation Kit.
Microdiscectomy techniques offer surgical decompression of herniated
Dr. Nilesh Patel has been successfully treating patients using the AnchorKnot System at both the Michigan Spine Clinic and Michigan Orthopedic Specialists over the past year.
Dr. Patel has found that "Microdiscectomy surgery allows a patient to return to a more healthy state - faster and with less pain. The AnchorKnot device allows us to repair tissue defects, with an elegant device. This technology represents the next evolution in minimally invasive herniated disc repair. We are always looking to reduce the size of the tissue defect and we see it as a critical step towards our goal of and improving procedure outcomes."
Pat Van Gelder, General Manager, Global Commercialization of Anchor Orthopedics, comments that "Many physicians are now providing less aggressive herniated disc repair procedures, and as physicians learn about the AnchorKnot system, they see it as a necessary tool to effectively provide tissue closure. We developed the AnchorKnot system specifically to help in herniated disc repair procedures and we are looking forward to bringing this technology to more patients in Michigan by working with physicians such as Dr. Patel who are motivated to improve patient outcomes and reduce re-operations."
About Michigan Spine Clinic:
Michigan Spine Clinic offers personalized, comprehensive solutions for patients suffering from back and neck pain in Southeast Michigan. We offer state of the art technology and highly experienced physicians offering non-operative, procedural and surgical solutions to your spine pain. For more information, visit http://www.michiganspineclinic.com and schedule an appointment to speak with one of the doctors on the team.
About Michigan Orthopedic Specialists:
The Michigan Orthopedics Specialists group is an established orthopedic center serving the Southeast Michigan area. The center is dedicated to offering exceptional patient care to the community and to support patients' medical needs. Michigan Orthopedic Specialists has six locations throughout Southeast Michigan. For more information, visit Michigan Orthopedic Specialists http://www.miortho.com/ and schedule an appointment to speak with one of the doctors on the team.
About Anchor Orthopedics:Anchor Orthopedics XT Inc., the developer of the AnchorKnotŪ Tissue Approximation Kit, aims to provide surgeons with novel solutions that optimize procedures in disc repair to preserve the biomechanics of the patient and improve surgical outcomes. Our mission is to work closely with surgeons on all aspects of development to create clinical solutions that serve to improve the lives of patients around the world. Anchor Orthopedics XT Inc., located in Mississauga, Canada, is a subsidiary of Baylis Medical Company Inc. For more information, visit www.anchorortho.com and connect with us on LinkedIn.
Disclosures: Dr. Patel is a paid consultant of Anchor Orthopedics XT Inc. No remuneration was provided for this article.
PRM-00478 EN J-1 V-1 Đ Anchor Orthopedics XT Inc., 2019. Anchor Orthopedics XT and AnchorKnot are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Anchor Orthopedics XT Inc. in the USA and/or other countries.
CAUTION: Federal Law (USA) restricts the use of these devices to or by the order of a physician.
Before use, consult product labels and Instructions for Use for Indications for Use, Contraindications, Warnings, Precautions, Adverse Events and Directions for Use. The AnchorKnot Suture Passer (2-0) is an accessory of the Anchor System. The Anchor System is indicated for visualization of the surgical field in any area of the body cut open during a surgical procedure. When used in the cervical, thoracic, or lumbar spine either from an anterior or posterior direction, for example, the Anchor Endoscope and accessories are intended to aid the surgeon's visualization of the surgical area and allow him/her to perform any type of surgical spinal procedure such as herniated disc repair, visualization of the circumferential decompression of the nerve roots, aiding in the search and removal of nucleus material, spinal fusion, or insertion of spinal implants. Other examples of generic surgical use of the Anchor System would be for use in the knee, ankle, shoulder, hand, wrist, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Patents pending and/or issued.
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