Our spinal implants testing capabilities extend to fusion and non-fusion spinal devices, as well as predicate components, for feasibility testing and regulatory submission requirements.
Spinal implants can experience a variety of forces within the human body, so ensuring their durability and lifespan is important for the well-being of the user. Our trusted medical device testing allows your company to mitigate risk knowing that we are working diligently to help ensure your success and bring a safe product to market.
Common mechanical testing for spinal implants includes static and fatigue tests in different loading modes, such as axial, torsional, shear, flexion/extension, bending, lateral bending, and axial rotation.
Spinal implants are categorized into two groups: fusion devices and non-fusion devices. Spinal cages and stabilization systems are typically used to treat fractures, disc compression, and deformities, whereas non fusion devices are used to maintain spine mobility while relieving pressure.