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    • Arthrobrostrom 0 small
      • The Arthrex® Brostrom Repair System allows surgeons to perform a modified Brostrom-Gould procedure through one, small 1.5 cm incision. The convenient all-in-one system includes two BioComposite™ SutureTak® anchors, all the necessary drill guides and more importantly, the Micro SutureLasso’s …
    • Arthroscopic bromstrom 0 small
      • The arthroscopic Brostrom technique can be performed utilizing the Arthrex® Brostrom Repair Implant system. Utilizing BioComposite™ SutureTak® anchors and curved Micro SutureLasso™, surgeons are able to perform an all-arthroscopic lateral ankle ligament repair while simultaneously addressing any …
    • Shoulder fastak 0 small
      • The FASTak/Bio-FASTak family (2.4 mm and 2.8 mm titanium, 3.0 mm PLDLA) of screw-in suture anchors are used to secure the labrum and associated soft tissue to the glenoid via the preloaded FiberWire suture. Once the anchors are implanted in the glenoid (pre-drill and tap for the Bio-FASTak), the sutures can be passed in multiple …
    • Instability repair 0 small
      • After an acute glenohumeral dislocation, the glenoid labrum and the ligaments attached to it may avulse from their bony attachments. Alternatively, in cases of chronic instability/MDI, the labrum and surrounding ligaments may be stretched to the point where they no longer support the glenohumeral joint. SLAP tears resulting in chronic …
    • Knotless suturetak 0 small
      • The Knotless SutureTak anchor simplifies arthroscopic glenohumeral joint instability repair by combining a proven and reproducible suture anchor design and insertion procedure with knotless soft tissue fixation. The guide and drill are used to create a pilot hole precisely on the glenoid rim and the suture anchor is inserted through the …
    • Knotless suturetak technique 0 small
      • The Knotless SutureTak® anchor simplifies arthroscopic glenohumeral joint instability repair by combining a proven and reproducible suture anchor design and insertion procedure with knotless soft tissue fixation. The guide and drill are used to create a pilot hole precisely on the glenoid rim and the suture anchor is inserted through the …
    • Labral swivelock 0 small
      • The screw-in, knotless Labral SwiveLock has been designed for use in the treatment of shoulder instability. The anchor is utilized like a labral PushLock. It offers all of the same knotless advantages (low profile, quick, suture first technique with multiple stitch configuration options) with the added benefits of higher pull-out strength and …
    • Lateral ankle instability 0 small
      • Due to lateral ankle injuries sometimes ligaments will stretch out, partially tear, or tear completely in the middle of the ligament.  These chronic sprains can lead to a weakening or laxity to the ligaments leaving an unstable ankle.
    • Lateral ligament reconstruction 0 small
      • Lateral ankle ligament reconstruction can be performed using a free tendon graft and rigid interference screw with the Bio-Composite Tenodesis Implants.  This type of technique allows for an anatomic reconstruction of the anterior talofibular and calcaneofibular ligaments with simple tensioning and rigid fixation of the graft.  
    • Open bromstrom 0 small
      • Arthrex has developed the 2.4 mm Mini Bio-SutureTaks and the 2.5 mm Bio-PushLock Anchors offering a strong knotless fixation for the Modified Brostrom-Gould Technique. 
    • Shoulder pushlock 0 small
      • The PushLock® is a knotless suture anchor designed for arthroscopic instability or rotator cuff repair. The unique PushLock design allows the surgeon to adjust the amount of tension on the tissue intraoperatively, allowing for precise tissue reduction and fixation. It is available in 2.4, 2.9, 3.5 and 4.5 mm sizes. The 2.4 and 2.9 mm …
    • Pushlock technique 0 small
      • The PushLock® anchor is designed for simple and secure arthroscopic glenohumeral joint instability repair. The knotless technique saves valuable time and eliminates the possibility of knot impingement. The “Suture First” technique allows the surgeon to independently pass the suture through a desired amount of tissue prior to …
    • Shoulder suturetak 0 small
      • The SutureTak® Suture Anchors are push-in labral anchors available in BioComposite™, PEEK or PLDLA materials.  The Bio and BioComposite anchor options contain a molded-in-suture to reinforce the strength of the anchor and suture eyelet. The PEEK SutureTak is a non-absorbable suture anchor with a material eyelet, …
    • Suturetak technique 0 small
      • The SutureTak® Suture Anchors are push-in labral anchors available in BioComposite™, PLDLA or PEEK materials.  The Bio and BioComposite anchor options contain a molded-in-suture to reinforce the strength of the anchor and suture eyelet.  The PEEK SutureTak is a non-absorbable suture anchor with a material eyelet which …