Robotics Outpatient Center Los Angeles' Dr. Graham Mouw performs California's 1st Haven lamina replacement: 4 key notes

Graham Mouw, MD, performed the first outpatient lamina replacement using the Globus Haven Lamina Replacement System in California at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys.

Here are four key notes:

1. The Haven Laminoplasty System is a dual plate system offering bilateral lamina support, designed to bridge the posterior arch in an effort to protect the spinal cord. Bilateral fixation to lateral masses provides a rigid support structure that bridges the posterior arch with one implant.

2. The implant is designed to mimic the patient's natural anatomy and includes non-fusion plate configurations.

3. Dr. Mouw expects to perform future surgeries at Robotics Outpatient Center in Los Angeles in the future. ROC – LA is a physician-owned facility dedicated to robotic procedures.

4. Dr. Mouw is the founder of the Motion Spine Institute. As a neurosurgeon, he dedicated his practice to motion-sparing technologies and artificial disc replacements.

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