Posterior Cervical Stabilization System (PCSS) | Providence
*CAUTION: PCSS is an investigational device. Limited by federal law to investigational use.

Posterior Cervical Stabilization System (PCSS)

Posterior Cervical Stabilization System (PCSS) is non-segmental instrumentation with integrated screw fixation intended to provide immobilization and stabilization of spinal segments. Posterior Cervical Stabilization System (PCSS) is comprised of one Stabilizer and two Fixation Screws.

PCSS achieves bilateral facet fixation at each level by spanning the interspace with points of fixation at each end of the construct. 

The Stabilizer is a single-piece titanium alloy implant with graft windows for bone growth and proprietary grit-blast and acid-etch surface treatment technology. Its tapered nose is designed to facilitate insertion and delivery while its parallel shape is designed to provide uniform distraction.

3-level Circumferential Cervical Fusion using PCSS
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The FUSE clinical study is a prospective, multi-center, randomized, controlled study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Providence’s PCSS as an adjunct to a tissue-sparing posterior cervical fusion when used in combination with anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) in the treatment of multi-level cervical degenerative disease. The study is designed to demonstrate superior clinical outcomes over ACDF alone in patients with risk factors for nonunion.

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At Providence Medical Technology, our purpose is to improve clinical outcomes for high-risk patients and prevent surgical failures of the cervical spine.

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