Cutting-Edge Treatment For

SI Joint Pain

Dedicated to advancing the treatment of sacroiliac joint pain.

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SI Joint Pain

The Problem

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The sacroiliac (SI) joint is a common generator of continuing back pain in patients who have surgical fusions for the treatment of back pain.

15-25% of patients presenting with low back pain actually have SI joint dysfunction.¹

15-25% of patients presenting with low back pain actually have SI joint dysfunction.¹

Up to 75% of postoperative lumbar fusion patients will develop significant SI joint degeneration after 5 years.²

Up to 75% of postoperative lumbar fusion patients will develop significant SI joint degeneration after 5 years.²

Our Solution

PsiF - Posterior Sacroiliac Fusion SYSTEM

Omnia Medical Has Developed A Unique Posterior System For The Treatment Of Patients With SI Joint Dysfunction.

One size structural allograft implant (8x10x25mm)

One size structural allograft implant (8x10x25mm)

Familiar prone patient position

Familiar prone patient position

Simple posterior approach

Simple posterior approach

Two unilateral implants vs three from competitive systems

Two unilateral implants vs three from competitive systems

Tapered nose design for easy insertion

Tapered nose design for easy insertion

Well designed instrumentation for reproducible results

Well designed instrumentation for reproducible results

PsiF Solution
omnia testimonial

"I have used a number of SI joint fusion systems on the market, both lateral and posterior, and find the PsiF system to be a simple, time efficient, minimally invasive procedure. Key advantages are less instrumentation, less radiation and well-designed implant. My patients are experiencing less pain and ambulatory sooner."

Mokbel Chedid M.D.

Neurological Surgery, Henry Ford Health System

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Our Experts

Top engineers and industry professionals have come together to form Omnia Medical

Chris Henneforth

Chris Henneforth

Cheif Financial Officer

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Troy Schifano

Troy Schifano

Cheif Technical Officer

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Tony Rainer

Tony Rainer

Director of Operations

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Chris Henneforth

Steve Anderson

VP of Marketing

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Cutting-Edge treatment For

Si Joint Pain

Dedicated to advancing the treatment of sacroliliac joint pain with pain managment specialists

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The Problem

si pain banner

The sacroiliac (SI) joint is a common generator of continuing back pain in patients who have surgical fusions for the treatment of back pain.

15-25% of patients presenting with low back pain actually have SI joint dysfunction.¹

Up to 75% of postoperative lumbar fusion patients will develop significant SI joint degeneration after 5 years.²

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Our Solution

PSIF - Posterior Sacroiliac Fusion SYSTEM

Omnia Medical has developed a unique posterior system for the treatment of patients with SI joint dysfunction.

One size structural allograft implant (8x10x25mm)

Familiar prone patient position

Simple posterior approach

Two unilateral implants vs three from competitive systems

Tapered nose design for easy insertion

Well designed instrumentation for reproducible results

Image

Distribution
Opportunities Available

omnia testimonial

" I have used a number of SI joint systems on the market , both lateral and posterior , and find the Psif system to be a simple procedure that take me less than 15 minutes. Key advantages are less instruments less radiation and well - designed implant. My patients are experiencing less pain and ambulatory sooner."

Mokbel Chedid M.D.

Neurogical Surgery, Henry Ford Health System

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Our Experts

Top engineers and industry professionals have come together to form Omnia Medical

Chris Henneforth

Chris Henneforth

Cheif Financial Officer

view chris's bio
Troy Schifano

Troy Schifano

Cheif Technical Officer

view troy's bio
Tony Rainer

Tony Rainer

Director of Operations

view tony's bio
Chris Henneforth

Steve Anderson

VP of Marketing

view steve's bio