With a crescent shape that is ideal for a TLIF approach, this MIS device comes complete with low-profile instrumentation that facilitates precise implant placement — even through minimally invasive access. In addition, TraXis is available in PEEK and titanium to fit the varying needs of surgeons and their patients. With TraXis, surgeons benefit from articulating trials and rasps that make a technically demanding procedure simple and intuitive. TraXis’ large internal capacity offers ample room for the bone graft, helping to deliver consistent results.
The intended purpose of the TraXis system is that it be used for interbody fusion and/or resection or excision of the vertebral bodies of the thoracolumbar spine. TraXis is indicated for the treatment of degenerative disc disease, disc herniation, foraminal stenosis, tumor, trauma, deformity (including scoliosis, spondylolisthesis and retrolisthesis) and failed previous fusion. TraXis was designed to be placed through a posterior incision.
*PEEK-OPTIMA® Polymer is a trademark of Invibio Ltd.