For the second consecutive year, Genesys Spine has been recognized by INC Magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America.
A new medical product from Austin-based Genesys Spine has been recognized for a design that aims to simplify cervical spine surgery and reduce patient time on the operating table. The innovative new product, called the Binary Anterior Cervical Plate, is one of four winners in the Implant and Tissue-Replacement Products category at the 18th annual Medical Design Excellence Awards (MDEA) competition in New York June 9.
The Genesys Spine BINARY Anterior Cervical Plate has been selected as a finalist in the Implant and Tissue-Replacement Products category of the 18th Annual Medical Design Excellence Awards competition
Austin-based Genesys Spine, which has an array of medical implants and instruments offering novel characteristics, has earned three critical industry certifications, validating its quality processes and clearing the way for sales to the European market.
Genesys Spine® introduces a novel product designed to reduce the number of tools and steps required in cervical spine surgery and reduce patient time on the operating table. The patented product is called the BINARY™ Anterior Cervical Plating System and is an implant used to stabilize the cervical spine during the development of a solid spinal fusion.