4WEB launches additively manufactured cervical spine plating solution

August 22, 2023

August 22, 2023

4WEB has announced the commercial launch of its Additively Manufactured Cervical Spine Plating Solution (CSTS-PS) (Courtesy 4WEB Medical)
4WEB has announced the commercial launch of its Cervical Spine Plating Solution (CSTS-PS) (Courtesy 4WEB Medical)

4WEB Medical, an orthopaedic implant company based in Frisco, Texas, USA, developing implants using its proprietary Truss Implant Technology™, has announced the full commercial launch of its Cervical Spine Plating Solution (CSTS-PS).

Geoff Bigos, Vice President of 4WEB’s Spine Division, commented, “By adding the Cervical Spine Plating Solution to 4WEB’s existing interbody device offering, the company continues to demonstrate its commitment to investing in further development of a comprehensive cervical portfolio.”

The Cervical Spine Truss System (CSTS) utilises an advanced structural design that incorporates 4WEB Medical’s proprietary Truss Implant Technology. During normal loading conditions, the struts in the truss implant transfer strain to adjacent cellular material, which stimulates a mechanobiologic response.

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In addition to launching the cervical plate, the company plans to expand its cervical product line in early Q4 with an integrated anchor fixation system and a stand-alone integrated plate. These products will complement the stand-alone cervical option that is currently available, providing surgeons with a variety of cervical fusion construct options.

“The launch of the Cervical Spine Plating Solution is a significant milestone for 4WEB. The company’s cervical portfolio is currently 4WEB’s fastest growing product line and with the addition of cervical plating, anchor fixation, and integrated plates, 4WEB will continue its rapid growth trajectory in 2023 and beyond,” shared Jessee Hunt, president of 4WEB Medical.


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