Telescopic Rod Exporter


Telescopic Rod Manufacturer


Telescopic rods are medical devices used in orthopedic surgery to treat spinal deformities and injuries. They consist of two or more hollow metal tubes of different diameters that slide inside each other to adjust the length of the rod. They are usually fixed to the vertebrae with hooks or screws and are used to correct spinal deformities or to stabilize the spine after traumatic injuries.


S.1206.100 Length            100 mm
S.1206.125 Length             125 mm
S.1206.150 Length            150 mm
S.1206.175 Length             175 mm
S.1206.200 Length             200 mm
S.1206.225 Length             225 mm
S.1206.250 Length             250 mm
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Genius Ortho Private Limited

Genius Ortho Private Limited was found in 2008 by a group of entrepreneurs after having a decade of experience in the field of orthopaedic implants manufacturing. Genius Ortho Private Limited now is the leading company in India specialize in the Orthopaedics Industry. Genius Ortho Private Limited will always achieve this position by professional pursuing excellence and by dedicating ourselves in improving the quality and serving all our customers.

All implants are exclusively made of Stainless Steel 316L, LVM & Titanium Grade V Ti-6Al-4v-ELI.

Our products of Orthopaedic implants and instruments are not only qualified with the certification of FDA, CE, GMP regulations, but also compliant with ISO Quality Assurance Standards.









Frequently Asked Questions

Telescopic rods are usually made of titanium or stainless steel, which are biocompatible and have excellent mechanical properties. Some manufacturers may also use cobalt-chromium alloys or other materials depending on the specific needs of the patient.

Telescopic rods are usually inserted through small incisions in the back and are attached to the vertebrae with hooks or screws. The surgeon adjusts the length of the rod by sliding the tubes inside each other until the desired correction is achieved. Once the rod is in place, the incisions are closed and the patient is monitored for several days to ensure proper healing.

Telescopic rods offer several advantages over other types of spinal fixation devices, including the ability to adjust the length of the rod without additional surgery, a lower risk of adjacent-level disc degeneration, and improved cosmetic outcomes. They are also more versatile than other devices and can be used in a variety of spinal surgeries, including spinal fusion and correction of scoliosis.