MultiZYTE® - Endoscopic Facet and Sacroiliac Joint Treatment Set

MultiZYTE® is an instrument set for endoscopic minimally invasive pain treatment of the facet and sacroiliac joints. The set is used
within the MultiZYTE® Facet and MultiZYTE® Sacroiliac methods.

The MultiZYTE® Family

In order to cover the full range of indications, localizations and patients, we offer MultiZYTE® in different variants.

The MultiZYTE® Instrument set contains all reusable instruments for the atraumatic access as well as palpation, preparation and removal of soft tissue that are necessary for treatment of the facet joint and sacroiliac joint syndrome.

Since the anatomy of the cervical spine is very complex and the structures in it are located close together, cervical facet joint treatment is still a challenge for many surgeons. The purpose for designing the MultiZYTE® Facet Cervical system was solely for cervical application. The special slimmer instruments are optimized for the anatomical conditions while the use of bipolar Legato® probes allows precise and safe coagulation and vaporization.

The joimax® Approach

The MultiZYTE® method uses RF ablation for the treatment of the facet and sacroiliac joint. It offers an alternative that not only provides long-lasting pain relief, but also allows the patient to maintain complete mobility.

MultiZYTE® directly eliminates the source of pain safely, by means of minimally invasive neurotomy of the ramus dorsalis medialis, and in a controlled manner under endoscopic view. The nerve fibers that are causing pain are identified and selectively treated while hypertrophic and inflamed tissue is removed.

The joimax® Approach

The MultiZYTE® method uses RF ablation for the treatment of the facet and sacroiliac joint. It offers an alternative that not only provides long-lasting pain relief, but also allows the patient to maintain complete mobility.

MultiZYTE® directly eliminates the source of pain safely, by means of percutaneous neurotomy of the ramus dorsalis medialis, and in a controlled manner under endoscopic view. The nerve fibers that are causing pain are identified and selectively treated while hypertrophic and inflamed tissue is removed.

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Selected Indications

  • Chronic lower back pain
  • Facet joint hypertrophy
  • Inflammation of the facet joint and / or SIJ
  • Cervical spine trauma
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Selected Indications

  • Chronic lower back pain
  • Facet joint hypertrophy
  • Inflammation of the facet joint and / or SIJ
  • Cervical spine trauma

Innovative Solutions – Unique Benefits

  • Smaller incision
  • Less trauma/less scarring/better cosmesis
  • Reduced blood loss
  • Less pain
  • Improvement of pain and mobility, improved quality of life
  • Faster recovery time

Innovative Solutions – Unique Benefits

  • Smaller incision
  • Less trauma/less scarring/better cosmesis
  • Reduced blood loss
  • Less pain
  • Improvement of pain and mobility, improved quality of life
  • Faster recovery time

The MultiZYTE® Gallery

Disclaimers

Certain products may not be approved for sale in all countries.

Scientific Literature for MultiZYTE®

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[1] Endoscopic Facet Joint Denervation on the Lumbar Spine: A Retrospective Analysis
Wallscheid F, Manthey M, Olsen J, Oikonomidis S, Meyer C, Eysel P, Löhrer L, Bredow J; Asian Spine J (2022)

[2] Endoscopic Rhizotomy for Facetogenic Back Pain: A Review of the History, Financial Considerations, Patient Selection Criteria and Clinical Outcomes
Streetman D, Fricker JG, Garner GL, Webb AL, Pierzchajlo N, Patel NA, Howard NA, Hardin
EM, Smith TE, Hagley AJ, Brown NJ, Gendreau JL; World Neurosurgery (2022)

[3] Endoscopic radiofrequency facet joint treatment in patients with low back pain: technique and long-term results. A prospective cohort study
Meloncelli S, Germani G, Urti, I, Divizia M, Rosciano M, Puntillo F, Paladini A, Varrassi G; Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease (2020) 12: 1-10

[4] Endoscopic rhizotomy for chronic lumbar zygapophysial joint pain
Xue Y, Ding T, Wang D, Zhao J, Yang H, Gu X, Feng D, Zhang Y, Liu H, Tang F, Wang W, Lu M, Wu C. J Orthop Surg Res. 2020 Jan 3;15(1):4

[5] Endoscopic facet joint denervation for treatment of chronic lower back pain
Walter SG, Struwe C, Scheidt S, Strohmenger L, Bornemann R, Wirtz DC, Clin Neurol Neurosurg (2020) 195: 105904

[6] Endoscopic Sacrolumbar Facet Joint Denervation in Osteoarthritic and Degenerated Zygapophyseal Joints
Walter SG, Schildberg FA, Rommelspacher Y; Arthrosc Tech. 2018 Nov 12;7(12):e1275-e1279

[7] Endoscopic Radiofrequency Ablation of the Sacroiliac Joint Complex in the Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain: A Preliminary Study of Feasibility and Efficacy of a Novel Technique
Choi WS, Kim JS, Ryu KS, Hur JW, Seong JH, Cho HJ; BioMed Res International (2016) ID2834259

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