Cage Implants

Jindal Medi Surge Orthopedic cage implants are placed between the bodies of 2 adjacent vertebrae—after removing the intervertebral disc that typically occupies this space. Spinal cages may be made of metal, polymer, ceramic, or a fusion of different materials. Two commonly used materials include titanium and polyetheretherketone (PEEK). The cages have a hollow center, which is filled with a bone-growth promoting material, such as beta‐tricalcium phosphate or your own bone (taken from your hip during the same surgery as the fusion). Cages aim to improve the stability and balance of the treated spinal segment, while also relieving pain and restoring function. Restoring the height provided by the original intervertebral disc. Supporting the front (anterior) part of the spinal column. Expanding the bony openings between the vertebrae (foramina), providing more space for spinal nerves. Restoring the normal lordotic (S-shaped) curve of the lower (lumbar) spine. Transferring loads from the upper segments to lower sections of the spine. Promoting a solid fusing of the adjacent vertebral segments by promoting bone growth. Increasing the spaces within the spinal canal to decrease the compression of neural tissue that may be indirectly compressed. Depending on the number of spinal segments being fused, your surgeon may place more than one cage in your spine.

Eco Cage

Expandable Cage

Mesh Cage (Round Hole)

Tlif Cage

Plif Cage

Duo Cage

Xlif Peek Cage

Anterior Cervical Peek Cage