Brostrom repair with the InternalBrace™ procedure provides additional fixation of the repaired ligament backdown to bone during the healing process, allowing early mobility during recovery and a quicker return to activity.1 The InternalBrace 2.0 surgical technique provides surgical versatility with added size and material options. It comes with a talus offset guide that allows for reproducible anatomic placement of the talus SwiveLock® anchor. Surgeons can drill, tap, and implant the SwiveLock anchor through the guide. The InternalBrace technique allows the surgeon to support the primary Brostrom repair of soft tissue to bone for lateral or medial ankle instability repair and can be used for chronic ankle injuries and revisions.

References

1. Kulwin R, Watson TS, Rigby R, Coetzee JC, Vora A. Traditional modified Broström vs suture tape ligament augmentation [published online ahead of print, 2021 Jan 23]. Foot Ankle Int. 2021;1071100720976071. doi:10.1177/1071100720976071

InternalBrace surgical technique is intended only to support the primary repair and is not intended as a replacement for the standard of care using biologic augmentation in a primary repair. InternalBrace surgical technique is intended only for soft-tissue-to-bone fixation and is not cleared for bone-to-bone fixation.

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