Squadron® Lateral Retractor
The Squadron® Lateral Retractor provides surgeons with unique functionality designed to reduce tissue creep and achieve fusion objectives.
Our mission to provide innovative spine solutions through our relentless pursuit of superior outcomes. Our products are designed to empower surgeons with the ability to better serve their patients.
We focus our surgeon training efforts on the entire spinal fusion procedure and utilize peer to peer training approach with surgeons.
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We improve lives by providing innovative spine surgery solutions through our relentless pursuit of superior outcomes.
We are more than a medical technology company. We are a solution-minded, problem-solving organization committed to providing outstanding patient outcomes. ATEC is committed to delivering safe, effective, and innovative products that exceed expectations though our commitment to continuous process improvement and quality excellence.
We accomplish this goal by working closely with clinical experts to design and develop systems to effectively and efficiently drive the future of spine surgery. Our innovative platforms focus on simplifying procedures for the surgeon with the ultimate objective of improving clinical outcomes.
Our growth is predicated on our ability to innovate and continually develop technologies that will have a significant impact on patient care. Our strength is derived through our ability to embody our Core Values. We do the right thing. We are honest and transparent. We are unified and supportive. We deliver results. We make it personal.
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Improving Patient Outcomes
Keeshara is an energetic, active 17-year old high school student. Her favorite hobby is basketball and she plays on the varsity team at her school in Virginia. At the age of 14 she was diagnosed with scoliosis, a disorder in which there is a sideways curvature of the spine greater than 10 degrees, often accompanied by rotation to one side.
Scoliosis affects approximately 7 million people in the U.S. alone, and in most cases the cause is unknown.
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