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INSITE's design and execution in preventing early crossover has provided significant, high quality, Level 1 evidence to the existing body of literature demonstrating that, for patients with certain SI joint disorders, SI joint fusion with triangular porous coated titanium implants can meaningfully improve pain, function and quality of life compared to non-surgical management," commented David Polly, MD, lead author of the paper.
Jeffrey Dunn, President and CEO of SI-BONE, commented: "there are now nineteen peer-reviewed studies published on MIS SI joint fusion with the iFuse Implant System, including prospective and retrospective studies, multicenter and single center studies, U.
In addition to the 2016 hospital outpatient and physician payment increases for MIS SI joint fusion, Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC) Wisconsin Physician Services (WPS), covering the five states of Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Nebraska, published a positive local coverage determination (LCD) that provides coverage beginning December 17.
b] Five-Year Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes after Minimally Invasive Sacroiliiac Joint Fusion using Triangular Implants.
Zyga is proud to partner with physicians and Professional Medical Societies to ensure that patients have access to new, minimally invasive therapies such as sacroiliac joint fusion," said Jim Bullock, president and CEO of Zyga Technology, manufacturer of the SImmetry Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System.
US patent number 9,101,371 describes a method for revision of a failed previous SI joint fusion surgery.
The strong clinical evidence supporting MIS SI joint fusion, the AMA's decision in March to establish a Category 1 CPT code for the procedure, along with the increasing adoption and demand for iFuse by surgeons in the U.
Study evaluates the use of Cartiva[TM] Synthetic Cartilage Implant as a less invasive, motion-preserving alternative to joint fusion
New Procedural Option Allows SI Joint Fusion Through Single Incision
minimally invasive sacroiliac joint fusion: a multi-center comparison of perioperative measures and clinical outcomes," is a retrospective comparative cohort study of patients who underwent SI joint fusion using either an open surgical technique or the minimally invasive iFuse Implant System.
The article, entitled " SImmetry Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System with SImmetry Decorticator" was featured in a special issue of Surgical Science.
It is estimated that minimally invasive SI joint fusion accounts for nearly 90% of all SI joint fusions currently performed in the U.

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