Per MedTech Outlook:
The continuous pressure on the lumbar and cervical regions of the spine is common among golfers, which often leads to constant ache in the neck and lower back. If left untreated, the condition can worsen. Centinel Spine, an orthopedic solution provider, specializing in anterior column reconstruction, is aiding patients to overcome their ailments with the help of its effective offerings.
The privately-held spine treatment company, Centinel Spine, recently unveiled a new patient education and support program, rediscover. The program extends beyond spine-focused content, serving as a spine community for former patients to exchange their stories and provide the guidance needed to help them return to their normal lives. It also features a Surgeon Locator option, which enables patients to locate surgeons equipped with Centinel Spine’s advanced treatment technologies.
The company offers a robust portfolio of trusted, motion-preserving, and fusion solutions, arming specialists with robust, clinically-proven Total Disc Replacement and Integrated Interbody products. John Viscogliosi, Chairman and CEO of Centinel Spine, said, “Our integrated interbody cages, which comes with screws provide compression, and that allows for bones to fuse together. Centinel Spine’s mission is to help individuals to regain their lives, and the rediscover program is a comprehensive patient platform dedicated to providing hope, support, and information for patients suffering from spinal related pain and discomfort.”
The launch of rediscover comes after the recent partnership between Centinel Spine and Tiger Woods, one of the most winning professional athletes of all time. It will potentially enhance the company’s goal to educate the public on spinal disease and treatment options. Centinel Spine has also collaborated with six-time PGA Tour Winner, Rory Sabbatini, and four-time PGA Tour Winner, Brian Gay, to inform athletes and the public alike regarding spinal injuries. The Centinel Spine Prodisc solutions have enabled all the mentioned athletes to recover from their spinal related ailments.