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    • Arthritis 0 small
      • Ankle arthritis is most commonly the result of a prior injury to the ankle joint. In patients who sustain an injury such as an ankle fracture, the cartilage may be damaged and lead to accelerated arthritis. When the ankle is injured, it is also susceptible to an injury called osteonecrosis. When osteonecrosis occurs as the result of an …
    • Ankle fusion 0 small
      • Ankle Fusion is indicated for severe osteoarthritis of the ankle.  This is an arthrodesis or fusion between the tibia and the talus.  The joint is debrided open or arthroscopic.  Arthrex has developed 6.7 mm cannulated screws for this procedure.  
    • Arthroeresisis 0 small
      • Subtalar arthroereisis is intended to assist in treating the hyperpronated foot by stabilizing the subtalar joint. It is intended to block forward, downward, and medial displacement of the talus, thereby limiting excessive eversion of the hindfoot. The subtalar implant is also designed to be used as an adjunct in conjunction with other …
    • Calcaneal osteotomy 0 small
      • Arthrex offers a LPS 6.7 mm Screws specially engineered for use in the foot and ankle to provide fixation for MCO.  The surgeon can choose to use one or two screws.
    • Calcaneus stepplate 0 small
      • The new Calcaneus Step Plate, designed by leading foot and ankle surgeons, is designed to dial-in the desired correction with incremental steps of 5 mm, 7.5 mm, and 10 mm.     Plates create a firm buttress to prevent redisplacement of a calcaneal sliding osteotomyQuick technique which requires little to no fluoroscopy …
    • Cotton osteotomy 0 small
      • To obtain fixation for a Cotton osteotomy, surgeons have the option of BioSync®, an innovative porous titanium wedge, or an ultra thin Cotton Wedge Plate. Both come in several sizes to suit the size of the desired corrrecton.
    • Fdl tendon transfer 0 small
      • The flexor digitorum longus tendon is transferred into the inferomedial aspect of the navicular bone and fixed in place using the Tenodesis Screw.
    • Flatfoot hindfoot 0 small
      • The success of the medial displacement calcaneal osteotomy in correcting flatfoot deformities is the result of a shift of the Achilles tendon forces on the hindfoot. Arthrex offers two options to treat this pathology: 1) Calcaneal Step Plate 2) 6.7 mm Cannulated Screws.
    • H plates 0 small
      • Designed to provide excellent fixation for fusions and osteotomies, these plates offer the foot and ankle surgeon a comprehensive option for procedures in the midfoot. These additions to the Low Profile Plating System come with and without wedge blocks, and in a variety of lengths to fixate lateral column lengthenings, calcaneocuboid …
    • Lateral column lengthening 0 small
      • To obtain fixation for a lateral column lengthening surgeons have the option to use the Arthrex BioSync® and Evans Wedge, an innovative porous titanium wedge or the Arthrex Midfoot Plating Module H-Plates. Both come in several sizes to suit the size of the desired correction.
    • Low profile 6 7 mm screw system 0 small
      • The “workhorse” of the foot and ankle reconstruction, the LPS 4.5 mm Cannulated Lag Screw is ideal for fractures and fusions of the lower extremity. With a lower profile head and deeper threads than a traditional AO screw, the LPS 4.5 mm purchases bone better and keeps a lower profile. This is a benefit in the foot and ankle where …
    • Open ankle fusion 0 small
      • Ankle Fusion is indicated for severe osteoarthritis of the ankle.  This is an arthrodesis or fusion between the tibia and the talus.  Arthrex has developed 6.7 mm cannulated screws for this procedure.  
    • Prostop arthroeresis 0 small
      • Using a small incision and blunt Guidewire, the ProStop® is inserted into the tarsal canal, between the calcaneus and talus. The conical shape of the ProStop mimics tarsal canal anatomy for improved fit and resistance to implant migration, while the soft thread design supports better implant to bone contact. 
    • Arthritis subtalar arthrodesis 0 small
      • Fusion of the subtalar joint can be done open or arthroscopic.  The joint is debrided. It is then fixated with the Arthrex 6.7 mm Cannulated Screws fusing the calcaneus to the talus.  
    • Flatfoot subtalar arthrodesis 0 small
      • Subtalar arthrodesis is the fusion and debridement of the subtalar joint, between the talus and calcaneus.  It is then fixated with the Arthrex 6.7 mm Cannulated Screws fusing the calcaneus to the talus to correct flatfoot disorder.
    • Arthritis triple arthrodesis 0 small
      • A Triple Arthrodesis is a fusion of the subtalar, calcaneocuboid and talonavicular joints.  Arthrex has developed 4.5 mm and 6.7 mm cannulated screws, flat H-plates and cannulated compression staples for this procedure. After any remaining cartilage and subchondral bone is removed, fixation is applied to stabilize the joint and aid …
    • Flatfoot triple arthrodesis 0 small
      • Arthrex has developed 4.5 mm and 6.7 mm Cannulated Screws, flat H-plates, and Cannulated Compression Staples for this procedure.  After any remaining cartilage and subchondral bone is removed, fixation is applied to stabilize the joint and aid in fusion.