As we transform Alphatec in 2016, we are actively increasing our commercial presence globally with the goal of gaining new surgeon users for our rich product pipeline. We are rapidly expanding our sales force to strengthen our coverage.
We focus our surgeon training efforts on the entire spinal fusion procedure and utilize peer to peer training approach with surgeons.
A career at Alphatec joins you to our mission of improving lives by delivering advancements in spinal fusion technologies. It also opens new avenues for professional success.
With recent product approvals in key global markets, we are poised for international growth. We believe that our well-established international platform provides a strong foundation for us to grow our business globally.
As a global medical technology company, focused on addressing disorders of the spine, we strive to fulfill our purpose of ‘improving lives by delivering advancements in spinal fusion technologies’. We are dedicated to the design, development, launch and promotion of spinal fusion products, with one of our core objectives being, to help patients ‘live better’.
We seek to accomplish this by working with spine surgeons to design and develop products and systems that address the entire spinal fusion procedure in the most effective and efficient way possible. Our product designs and platforms provide innovation through a focus on simplifying procedures for the surgeon with the ultimate objective of improving patient outcomes.
Represented in more than 60 countries, Alphatec Spine is seeking growth through innovation and continually developing technologies that will have a greater positive impact on patient care.
Improving Patient Outcomes
Keeshara is an energetic, active 17-year old high school student. Her favorite hobby is basketball and she plays on the varsity team at her school in Virginia. At the age of 14 she was diagnosed with scoliosis, a disorder in which there is a sideways curvature of the spine greater than 10 degrees, often accompanied by rotation to one side.
It affects approximately 7 million people in the U.S. alone, and in most cases the cause is unknown.
Keeshara’s first symptoms began in her early teens as back pain, which made it uncomfortable for her to play her favorite sport.
DVR and Spinal Fixation System
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