• Total knee replacement surgeries have been performed since the late 1800’s and fortunately technology has continued to advance throughout the history of the procedure.  Currently the most common material used fo

  • Osteoarthritis Of The Hip

    Osteoarthritis of the hip is a degenerative condition of the joint which causes progressive loss of articular or joint lining cartilage.  The disease process occurs over many years and is typically a result of

  • Tri-compartmental (complete) Osteoarthritis of the Knee

    Osteoarthritis of the knee is a degenerative condition of the joint which causes progressive loss of articular or joint lining cartilage. The disease process occurs over many years and is typically a result of

  • Joint replacement surgery is one of the most commonly performed procedures in all of orthopaedics and has been shown to be one of the most successful with greater than 90% of patient experiencing satisfactory

  • Total knee replacement surgeries have been performed since the late 1800’s and fortunately technology has continued to advance throughout the history of the procedure. Currently the most common material used f

  • The Smith and Nephew Journey IITM Total Knee Arthroplasty system is an innovative option for use in total knee replacement. The components are designed to improve range of motion and improve knee function

  • Syndesmosis Injury

    A syndesmosis injury is also known as a “high ankle sprain” and is seen commonly in high impact sports. The injury occurs in 0.5% of all ankle sprains and 13% of all ankle fractures. The syndesmosis is a com

  • For syndesmosis injuries that ae severe or are identified in association with an ankle fracture, a procedure must be performed to stabilize the syndesmosis and prevent further displacement and instability about

  • Syndesmosis fixation can be performed for those injuries indicated to undergo operative intervention. There are multiple methods of syndesmotic fixation to include both screw fixation as well as fixation with a

  • The Invisiknot Ankle Syndesmosis Repair KitTM from Smith and Nephew is an innovative system designed for syndesmosis repair in the setting of an ankle fracture or fracture of the distal fibula, or for isolated

  • Partial (unicompartmental) Knee Osteoarthritis

    The knee joint consists of three anatomic compartments. These include the medial (inside), lateral (outside), and anterior (front) compartments. Osteoarthritis (or simply arthritis) is a degenerative condition of

  • Partial knee replacement surgery is the process of surgically replacing the bone and cartilage of only a single are of the joint. It can be performed for any of the above mentioned three compartments, although is

  • Partial knee replacement components are designed and manufactured by many different companies in the United States and throughout the world. All currently utilized components have a long track record of success

  • The Zimmer-Biomet Oxford TM Partial Knee Replacement System is the most widely used partial knee replacement system in the world. It is designed to replace either the medial (inside) or lateral (outside)

  • Joint replacement surgeries have been performed for hundreds of years and techniques as well as component technologies and manufacturing techniques continue to evolve. Currently the most common material used for

  • The Stryker AccoladeTM Total Hip Replacement System is an innovative new design for a total hip implant. It implements a tapered wedge design meaning that the size of the femoral component changes throughout its

  • Distal Fibula Fracture

    Fracture of the distal fibula (lateral malleolus) occur commonly due to inversion or twisting in jury to the ankle. The fibula is the small bone on the outside or lateral aspect of the lower leg and spans from

  • The procedure that is most commonly performed for unstable fractures of the lateral malleolus, also known as the distal fibula, is open reduction and internal fixation of the distal fibula. The surgery is

  • There are many ways to surgically repair a fracture of the distal fibula. One such technique is to utilize an anatomic distal fibula plate to hold the correct aligned or reduced fracture fragments in place. These

  • The Stryker VariAx istal Lateral Plate and VariAx Fibula Straight Plate systems are intended for use in internal fixation of distal fibula fractures. This system is designed with patented SmartLoc polyaxial

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