Dr. Baron Lonner touts benefits of vertebral body tethering
By Admin | October 18, 2020
Vertebral body tethering, a novel minimally invasive surgery for scoliosis, is helping some patients get back to activity in half the time of those who get traditional spinal fusion, CBS Miami reports.
In August 2019, the FDA approved the first spinal tether system for pediatric patients with idiopathic scoliosis. The Tether System, developed by Zimmer Biomet Spine, is being evaluated through a patient registry to assess its long-term...(More)
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