Centinel Spine, Inc.: A Legacy of Superior Biomechanics
From corporate headquarters in New York City, to operational headquarters in West Chester, Pennsylvania, Centinel Spine's
legacy of technological development - built from a quarter century foundation first established with the pioneering Hartshill
Horseshoe™ - is clearly evident in the comprehensive line of Integrated-Interbody Stalif™ products offering biomechanics
superior to all others in the field.
Through Surgicraft®, our wholly owned U.K based subsidiary, Centinel Spine was the first company worldwide to develop and
market a No Profile® Integrated Interbody Fusion® spinal device, and the first to introduce Integrated Interbody Fusion®
to the United States' community of spine surgeons. The dedication Centinel possesses in responding to the daily challenges
spinal surgeons face is clearly evidenced by the many generational improvements our implants, screws and instruments have
undergone in the past 12 months. In fact, we are the ONLY spinal device company with a fully comprehensive line of industry
leading products - Stalif C® for cervical (in both domed and tapered profiles) and Stalif TT™, Stalif Oblique™ and the new
Stalif Midline® systems for lumbar fusion.
It is our ability to not only listen to what surgeons are saying, but to actually act on what we hear, that fuels the ongoing
ground breaking product development that keeps us technologically advanced. Management's insistence on developing products
that strictly adhere to the principles of segmental fixation also sets us completely apart from others. Technology based on
solid biomechanical principles vs. simply developing "easy to implant" cages is the single biggest differentiator between
Centinel Spine's advancements and the technology brought to market by many of today's spinal device manufacturers.
Moving forward, we will continue to break new ground as well as to listen to respected surgeon thought leaders, transforming
today's most ambitious ideas into tomorrow's Centinel Spine reality.