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    • Arthritis 0 small
      • Ankle arthritis is most commonly the result of prior trauma to the ankle joint. Ankle fractures and other injuries may damage the cartilage, which leads to accelerated arthritis. Patients with ankle injuries are also susceptible to osteonecrosis, a condition where blood flow is decreased to a portion of the bone. Osteonecrosis can also lead to …
    • Ankle fusion 0 small
      • The Arthrex Ankle Fusion Plating System provides a complete solution for ankle fixation with a comprehensive offering of anatomy-specific titanium plates for both tibiotalar and tibiotalocalcaneal arthrodeses. The ankle fusion set includes anterior and lateral TT fusion plates along with posterior and lateral TTC fusion plates that allow a …
    • 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
      • A calcaneal osteotomy is a common technique used to treat stage II flatfoot deformity. Arthrex's recently launched Minimally Invasive Surgery platform allows surgeons to perform this osteotomy through a tiny incision. Surgeons can then achieve fixation using the 7.0 mm Compression FT screws or the 6.5 Compression PT screws. Alternatively, …
    • 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
      • [content conditional(includeWorldRegions=WHP,APC,LTM,content====Arthrex offers surgeons an array of fixation options for the Cotton osteotomy. The titanium porous BioSync® wedges offer a zero-profile, stable construct, designed to exactly match the anatomy of the cuneiform. For surgeons who prefer allograft wedges, Arthrex also offers …
    • 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
      • Adult acquired flatfoot deformity results from a progressive degeneration of the posterior tibial tendon, ultimately leading to arch collapse on the medial side of the foot. This deformity is characterized by a number of stages from I-IV ultimately describing the severity of the pathology. Over time, if left untreated, the deformity can advance …
    • 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
      • [content conditional(includeWorldRegions=WHP,APC,LTM,content====Arthrex offers multiple implant options for lateral column lengthening procedures including the BioSync® titanium porous wedges or the AlloSync™ allograft wedges. Both products are available in several shapes and sizes, allowing surgeons to choose between a permanent …
    • 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. 
    • Flatfoot subtalar arthrodesis 0 small
      • Subtalar arthrodesis is the fusion of the subtalar joint, between the talus and calcaneus. Subtalar arthrodesis can be fixated with Arthrex 7.0 mm XL Compression FT screws.
    • Arthritis triple arthrodesis 0 small
      • A triple arthrodesis is the fusion of the subtalar, calcaneocuboid, and talonavicular joints. Arthrex has developed 5.0 mm Large and 7.0 mm XL Compression FT Screws and DynaNite® Nitinol staples as options for this procedure. After removing any remaining cartilage and subchondral bone and applying biologic materials to accelerate fusion, …