LOS ANGELES, Jan. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Robotics Outpatient Center, Los Angeles, CA, “ROC-LA” announces today the First Surgical Implantation of the Globus “Haven” Lamina Replacement Implant, in California by Spinal Neurosurgeon Graham Mouw, MD.
This surgery is part of Robotics Outpatient Center’s efforts to expand the use of the Globus “Haven” Lamina Replacement System worldwide.
The surgery was performed at Valley Presbyterian Hospital by the surgeon team of Dr. Graham Mouw.
- The HAVEN™ Laminoplasty System is a dual plate system that uniquely offers bilateral lamina support, bridging the posterior arch to help protect the spinal cord.
- Bilateral Advantage
Bilateral fixation to the lateral masses provides a rigid supporting structure to bridge the posterior arch with one continuous implant.
- Natural Anatomic Design
Implant design mimics intact anatomy.
- Non-Fusion Plate Configurations
The Haven System is a very intuitive and easy to use system that allows the performance of short and safe surgery while avoiding the risk of nerve injury and maintain Full Motion of the Spine,” said Dr. Graham Mouw: “As a Developer of the Implant, the entire system is very intuitive, simple and delivered via a micro-incision,” stated Mouw.
Dr. Mouw is very excited to perform his surgeries at the Robotics Outpatient Center, at Los Angeles: ROC-LA.
Located at 1127 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1000 Tenth Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90017.
“Dr. Mouw is Inventor and Developer of the Motion Spine Institute where “Motion Preservation” is changing spine surgery,” said Derek Dee, MD, President of Robotics Outpatient Center, Los Angeles, ROC-LA.
SOURCE Robotics Outpatient Center