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Professionals

Endoscopic spine surgery – safe, tissue-sparing & efficient

The innovative endoscopic surgical methods of joimax® offer you and your patients many advantages:

  • Minimal tissue trauma: muscles, ligaments and tendons need not be disrupted
  • Faster recovery of the patient: Clinical studies have shown shorter hospital stays and a quicker return to work1, 2 for endoscopic disc surgery
  • Sophisticated technology “made in Germany”: Optimal visualization of the surgical field in HD quality and especially adapted instrumentation developed in close cooperation with experienced surgeons

 

The complete systems of joimax® for endoscopic spinal surgery cover a wide range of indications: the treatment of facet joint pain is possible as well as that of almost all kinds of herniated discs or the bony decompression of a spinal stenosis.

TESSYS® spinal disc surgery – Function-preserving. Universal. Precise.

The unique transforaminal access directly into the ventral epidural space for almost all types of disc herniations.

iLESSYS® – the endoscopic solution for herniated discs and spinal stenosis

The interlaminar approach. Combination with TESSYS® allows for a 360° decompression of the spinal canal. With the Shrill system and its various drills and shavers also a bony decompression is possible.

Multiuse – endoscopic rhizotomy

Help with persistent pain: Effective facet joint nerve ablation under full endoscopic view. Clinical experiences suggest a much longer-lasting pain relief than with the percutaneous technique3.

 

 

1. Molyneux S, Spens HJ, Gibson A. TRANSFORAMINAL ENDOSCOPIC OR MICRO-DISCECTOMY – EARLY RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Proceedings of Britspine. 2010.

2. Ruetten S, Komp M, Merk H, Godolias G. Full-endoscopic interlaminar and transforaminal lumbar discectomy versus conventional microsurgical technique: a prospective, randomized, controlled study. Spine. 2008;33(9):931.

3. Yeung AT, Zheng Y, Yeung C, Field J, Meredith C. Endoscopic Dorsal Rhizotomy, a New Anatomically Guided MIS Procedure, Is More Effective than Traditional Pulsed Radiofrequency Lesioning for Non-discogenic Axial Back Pain. ISASS conference. 2011;Poster 247.