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Regain natural motion for your spine

  • Freedom from fusion
  • Protect your adjacant levels
  • Keep moving

Premia Spine’s TOPS™ System Breakthrough Implant

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    What are Patients Saying?

    Spinal stenosis and Spondylolisthesis? If so, the TOPS Motion Implant could be for you.

    Why Consider TOPS™

    There are many advantages to the TOPS™ System. Patients can now avoid fusion surgery altogether. With the TOPS™ System, you can feel better, reduce the risks associated with surgical procedures like fusion, and get back to your daily routine faster!
    With the TOPS™ Lumbar Motion Device, you can achieve normal movement in rotation, bending, extension, and flexion.
    On top of that, the procedure can stabilize your spine to reestablish a more controlled range of movement.
    These two benefits go hand-in-hand.
    So now spinal stenosis and spondylolisthesis patients can get spine stabilization without rigid fixation thanks to the TOPS™ System. This means that patients can confidently go back to normal activities.
    Clinical FDA evidence shows that TOPS alleviates persistent low back and leg pain better than fusion for those with moderate/severe spinal stenosis and spondylolisthesis.

    What to Do Now

    You’re likely here because you’re searching for alternatives to fusion surgery. With so many TOPS™ System advantages, you know that this can change the way you deal with your health issues and improve your life.
    The TOPS™ Lumbar Motion Device can reduce pain, stabilize the spine, and help you live a normal life again!
    Now that you know why you should consider this system, it’s time to locate a doctor who can help you. Premia Spine can help you find a physician who uses the TOPS™ Lumbar Motion Device to schedule an appointment.
    Our goal is to make it easier for people to treat spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis and other spinal conditions. You now have another way to fight the pain and limitations of your body other than fusion.
    If you have more questions or want to learn more, please browse our site. It can give you plenty of information.
    You may also contact us with your comments and questions; we promise to respond quickly!
    Refuse to Fuse. Choose to Move.


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