Lew Bennett was quoted as saying; "we are excited to bring this unique interbody spacer to the market and BELIEVE THIS DEVICE MAY FACILITATE A QUICKER RECOVERY FOR THE PATIENT WHEN COMPARED TO TRADITIONAL TLIF." REALLY? Most of us didn't know that Bennett was now performing surgery. These are the type of comments that need to be reined in. It's almost as bad as Larry Khoo being quoted saying; "Minimally Invasive TLIF using hydrosurgical tools reduces post-op complications to conventional methods while producing SIMILAR FUSION RATES TO BMP."
Anyway, it will be interesting to see if Custom can build some traction with this product considering that it has become known as a company for decreasing commission rates and firing successful distributors only to replace them with scrub technicians. Only time will tell! TSB wants to know if our readers are ready to articulate?