BACS provides solutions focused on achieving balance of the spine by addressing each anatomical vertebral segment with a 360-degree approach of the axial, coronal and sagittal planes, emphasizing Total Body Balance™ as a critical component to surgical success.
Balancing the head over the pelvis and lower extremities is the foundation of spine surgery. The spine is a complex structure that provides both stability and three-dimensional motion. Each spine segment is an independent vertebrae that moves in the axial, coronal and sagittal planes. Movement of each segment is part of the complex integrated network of the comprehensive spine serving to provide balance for the entire body, which enhances energy preservation.
The BACS System provides the necessary services—from preauthorization tools and preoperative planning
to 3D anatomical modeling and postoperative reporting—to facilitate quality patient outcomes and to support the intraoperative process.
An easy-to-follow insurance documentation tool that displays payer- and patient-specific requirements
A surgical image measuring technology to assist in pre-planning and preoperative implant selection
3D-printed anatomical models to aid in visualization of patient anatomy for surgical planning and intraoperative use
K2M will host physician workshops on Balance ACS at leading spine conferences in the United States and internationally. These workshops will feature leading spine surgeons presenting on the latest research and clinical applications of the Balance ACS system. Surgeons can also attend comprehensive trainings through K2M courses and other individualized opportunities.
Las Vegas, Nevada
K2M’s BACS Lab is a state-of-the-art, hands-on bioskills lab, located at our headquarters in Leesburg, Virginia. Available to and used by surgeons from around the world, the BACS Lab provides an environment for product demonstrations and interactive product and procedural training. The Lab has six working stations and is used for cadaveric research, and product development and validation.