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Scient'x USA Strengthens Leadership Team With Appointment of Bryce IntVeld as Vice President of Sales

MAITLAND, Fla., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Scient'x USA, an innovative leader in the development and marketing of products for the surgical treatment of spinal disorders, announced today that Bryce T. IntVeld has joined the Company as Vice President of Sales. In this position, Mr. IntVeld will provide leadership and oversee the establishment and expansion of sales activities in the in U.S. market.

"We are delighted to have Bryce as a member of our executive management team," commented Timothy Seese, Chief Operations Officer of Scient'x USA. "We are confident that Bryce's proven ability to build and lead sales teams will benefit our organization as we continue to grow."

"I am excited about the prospects for Scient'x," stated Mr. IntVeld. "The company has introduced an impressive array of innovative spinal products to the U.S. marketplace and is poised to be a leader in the areas of dynamic stabilization and motion preservation in the U.S. I look forward to helping Scient'x boost its momentum and expand its reach in the fastest growing segment of the orthopaedic market."

Prior to joining Scient'x USA, Mr. IntVeld held several key positions for NuVasive, Inc. Previously, Mr. IntVeld also served as President of MedTech, Inc. and Director of Sales and Marketing for Shevlin Medical, Inc. In addition, Mr. IntVeld has also served as a sales representative for Danek Medical, and has held various other sales management positions within the orthopaedic industry.

About Scient'x USA

Established in 2002, Scient'x USA is focused on the newly evolving markets for dynamic stabilization and motion preservation technologies for spinal surgery. The company is dedicated to meeting the needs of spine surgeons treating increasingly younger and more active patients. More information on the company and its products can be found at

Scient'x USA Inc. is a diversified spinal company that designs, manufactures, markets and distributes a comprehensive and innovative range of quality spinal devices. Based in Orlando, Florida, Scient'x USA offers a range of products to treat conditions such as lumbar instability, trauma, and degenerative disc disease. Scient'x USA has become known for producing and marketing the "Isobar TTL Dynamic Spine Stabilization System" and continues to develop new products in conjunction with surgeon physicians for the Orthopaedic and Neurological community. For more information visit

Except for the historical information contained herein, the matters discussed are forward looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the private securities litigation form act of 1995. These statements involved risks and uncertainties, such as regulatory approvals, manufacturing uncertainties, the impacts of competitive products and pricing, and other risks and uncertainties set forth.

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