The Intralink-Spine custom medical device quickly adds polymer "nano-tethers" in the tissue matrix to provide a mechanically stable, stronger, and tear-resistant tissue. Thus, it could become a replacement for spinal fusions, disc replacements, and nerve ablation surgeries, and it could be an effective adjunct to common surgical procedures such as discectomies.

Introducing Our Core Technology

 

A key to our injectable treatment's effectiveness is the device's ability to add a large number of load-supporting polymers to a damaged collagen matrix like that in a degraded spinal disc.

Disc degeneration is happening to all of us; for most of us it can cause pain!

  • Annulus tissue becomes delaminated, fissured, or micro-damaged

  • Spinal joint becomes unstable

  • Disc bulges against nerves

 

Our medical device reduces pain by:

  • Strengthening annulus against tearing and delamination

  • Increasing joint stability

  • Reducing disc bulge

Our unique solution is effectively protected

There are more than forty (40) issued patents to date with additional under review. Our innovation is also supported by thirty-two (32) peer-reviewed papers.

Implantation procedure

This nano-tethering polymeric device, GENTIS (GEnipin Nano-Tether Injectable Stabilization), is implanted via a standard image-guided injection. This micro-invasive procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis and should be complete with just one injection treatment. 

Intralink-Spine, Inc. has received ISO 13485:2016 certification for its Quality Management System (QMS) following review by its notified body, MedCert GmbH. ISO 13485:2016 is an internationally recognized quality standard specific to the medical device industry and signifies Intralink-Spine’s commitment to the highest level of medical device quality controls and meeting customer and international regulatory expectations.