VIA Disc NP Allograft
VIA Disc NP is an off-the-shelf processed human nucleus pulposus tissue allograft intended to supplement degenerated intervertebral discs.
VIA Disc NP Key Features
Minimally Invasive Procedure
VIA Disc NP is a minimally invasive procedure that can be delivered through a 20G spine needle
Ease of Use
Off-the-shelf allogeneic graft for ease
Supplements the Disc
In-vitro testing of nucleus pulposus tissue demonstrates ability of disc to absorb water similar to original nucleus pulposus tissue. Transplanted nucleus pulposus tissue may support biomechanical function of the supplemented disc.
Proprietary Container for Allograft Preparation
Consistent mixing in fully closed container to reduce contamination risk.
How VIA Disc NP Works
Age-related wear and tear of the intervertebral disc can cause loss of hydration and degeneration.
VIA Disc NP is delivered into the degenerated intervertebral disc through a 20G spine needle.
After delivery, VIA Disc NP supports the natural cushioning function and supplements tissue loss in the degenerated intervertebral disc.
VIA Disc NP
VIA Disc NP utilizes proprietary technology to deliver disc supplementation.
PROPRIETARY NP PARTICULATE
NP particulate is derived from intervertebral discs of donor tissue, with the particulate size optimized for delivery into the disc.
Saline is mixed into the NP tissue for optimal hydration prior to delivery.
VIA DISC NP
The VIA Disc NP procedure is a non-surgical intervention intended to supplement degenerated intervertebral discs. Transplanted tissue may support mechanical loading efficiency of the disc.