AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Genesys Backbone introduced as we speak the primary two sufferers have been enrolled within the potential SIros™ Lateral Sacroiliac Fusion Research. Dr. Tyler Ptacek, Fast Metropolis, S. Dak. and Dr. Douglas Beall, Oklahoma Metropolis, Okla., had been the primary physicians within the research to enroll sufferers. This scientific research will likely be carried out throughout 4 facilities in america.
“We’re thrilled to announce the enrollment of the primary sufferers within the SIros SI Fusion Research. The SIros system transfixes and stabilizes the SI joint to alleviate ache and we’re assured it is going to be the popular lateral resolution. It’s thrilling to develop into a part of the restricted group of corporations which have knowledge to help the lateral SI joint fusion process. We’re working with Talosix, our analysis accomplice and a frontrunner in actual world proof, to conduct this research and anticipate presentation of the info in 2023,” mentioned Genesys Backbone’s Chief Technique Officer, SI Fusion, Meredith Gavlick.
“A few years in the past, I included the SIros system into my observe as an answer for SI joint ache. Not solely have I been impressed with my affected person outcomes, however I’m additionally assured the outcomes of this research will reinforce what I’ve seen firsthand,” mentioned Tyler Ptacek M.D. DABA.
“As much as 25 % of low again ache sufferers expertise sacroiliac joint ache*. With the ability to deal with these sufferers with a dependable transfixing implant coupled with the flexibleness to tailor the process to my affected person inhabitants has been paramount. I’m proud to have the ability to provide it to my sufferers who’re affected by SI joint ache,” mentioned Chief of Operations of Medical Radiology of Oklahoma and Director of Interventional Backbone Providers and Principal Investigator of the Research, Douglas P. Beall, M.D.
The SIros Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System is meant for sacroiliac joint fusion for situations together with degenerative sacroiliitis and sacroiliac joint disruption. The system consists of 3D Printed implants designed to transfix the sacroiliac joint and reduce micromotion to allow bony fusion.
* Cohen SP. Anesth & Analgesia 2005
For extra info on the Genesys Backbone SI Joint Fusion System suite please go to www.genesysspine.com