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Vertebral Compression Fracture Treatment from Osseon®

Restoring Quality of Life for Patients with VCFs

Osseon Provides Multiple Options

Patented Steerable Technology

Targeted Cavity Creation

Restore Mobility & Quality of Life

Navigate Directly to the Pathology

Trajectory Compensating Technology

Osseoflex® SB steerable balloons

Minimally Invasive VCF Treatment

Precision Design and Engineering

Osseoflex® SB steerable balloon

Unipedicular or Bipedicular Approach

Osseoflex® SB steerable balloons

The Osseoflex® SB is a steerable inflatable bone tamp used for cavity creation that provides access to the entire vertebral body for the treatment of vertebral compression fractures.

At Osseon we are dedicated to improving outcomes for patients with vertebral compression fractures. Our devices are minimally invasive and enable precision placement of bone cement.
 
We develop products for the treatment of vertebral compression fractures based on physician input, for the benefit of their patients.

Our physicians are some of the busiest in the industry. Does your physician use Osseon products?

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Osseoflex® SN/SN+ steerable needles

Osseoflex steerable, articulating needles enable direct access to the entire vertebral body by way of a unipedicular approach for percutaneous vertebral augmentation. The SN or SN+ is used either individually or in combination with Osseoflex SB steerable balloons for cavity creation.

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Latest News

Osseon Expands Its Independent Distribution Network

SANTA ROSA, CA – June 1, 2016
Osseon has increased its Independent Distribution network by 26% since January.

With three new VCF products in the pipeline, the company is on track to continue to expand its Vertebral Augmentation product line ...

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Case Studies Presentation Video with Dr. Choll Kim

Choll W. Kim, M.D., Ph.D, Spine Institute of San Diego discusses Vertebral Compression Fracture treatment with Osseon's steerable, articulating Vertebral Augmentation systems, and Whale Imaging's biplanar G-arm technology.

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