SIGNUS - The Spine Sign
The backbone of the spinal column
High End - Made in Germany
Quality results from applying the highest standards to yourself and all others involved. We are committed to actively shaping the future treatment of spinal disorders and to setting new benchmarks in spinal surgery.Read more!
ST and PEEK – Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion
Due to protection of the spinal canal and the stabilizing posterior structures, the transforaminal fusion technique has meanwhile become increasingly widespread. With WOMBAT, we offer a TLIF implant that, by contrast to the classic banana-shaped cages, is positioned diagonally in the intervertebral space.Read more!
DIPLOMAT Rod/Screw System - Infralaminar Hooks LSZ
Infralaminar hooks (LSZ) are a sensible alternative to pedicle screws for specific spinal sections. Their stability is comparable to that of pedicle screws.Read more!
Greater flexibility and efficiency for all treatments – without compromise
The demands on a pedicle screw system are high — regardless of the indication. Both simple and complex treatments of the spinal column require the highest degree of security and stability to ensure optimal patient care, as well as an ergonomic and reliable instrument set.Read more!
Maximum Stability – Minimum Stiffness
Optimal load transmission to the bone promotes fusion.
Through their thin and semi-rigid plate design SIGNUS cervical plates achieve an optimum balance between maximized stability and minimized stiffness.
Spinal implants for optimal mobility
SIGNUS Medizintechnik GmbH has been developing products and services for the treatment of spinal disorders since 1994 - for optimal patient mobility in everyday situations.
Due to our many years of experience and extensive expertise, we fully understand the needs of medical experts and patients and can turn new requirements into reliable products quickly and to the highest standards of quality.
Our goal is to offer a full range of products for the spine that support neurosurgeons and orthopedic specialists when performing spinal surgery.
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