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Why prodisc C?
Innovator of the Year
From early in his career, Rory struggled with physical neck issues and symptoms for over ten years before realizing that the underlying cause of his discomfort was due to cervical disc degeneration.
In May 2016, Rory underwent surgery with the prodisc C Total Disc Replacement. Now, Rory is 100% pain free and is back to playing professional golf without any limitations. Between 2017 and 2018, Rory competed in 50 PGA Tour events, 2 of which he finished in the top 10 and 13 where he finished in the top 25. In 2019, Rory finished his PGA season with a FedEx Cup rank of 36—making the ‘cut’ in more events than in any year of his career.
According to Rory, “prodisc completely changed my life. I’m always physically exerting myself and I’ve never had any issues with my neck since the surgery!”
See the story of this total transformation.
Developed as an educational tool for patients, "Why prodisc C?" explains the benefits, clinical history, and effectiveness of the prodisc C Total Disc Replacement device.
Centinel Spine Chairman & CEO, John Viscogliosi, was awarded the Innovator of the Year by the National Spine Health Foundation (NSHF) at the annual We’ve Got Your Back Gala in Tysons Corner, VA on November 1, 2019.
The NSHF is a patient-focused non-profit supporting individuals impacted by spinal injuries and disorders by empowering them with knowledge and hope as they regain their health and quality of life. This prestigious award recognizes excellence in advancing spinal health care and was awarded to John based on the work of Centinel Spine in improving spinal health through product innovation, research, and patient advocacy.
On the road back to victory, Tiger Woods found Centinel Spine. Discover how our STALIF M-Ti™ device helped Tiger regain his life.
From our pioneering origins over a quarter-century ago to an industry leader today, Centinel Spine offers the widest breadth & depth of technology platforms to anteriorly address spinal disease.
Without a doubt I would recommend the surgery that I had because I have my life back.