Rotator Cuff Repair

Single and double row solutions

The rotator cuff is made up of four main tendons: the supraspinatus, subscapularis, infraspinatus, and the teres minor. These tendons originate on the scapula and attach onto the humeral head, securing the upper arm in the shoulder joint and allowing for normal shoulder mechanics like lift and rotation. The rotator cuff tendons can be injured acutely but are more frequently torn due to degeneration over time. Tears of the rotator cuff tendons can be classified as partial or full thickness tears.

When faced with a rotator cuff tear, a single or double row repair technique can be used to fixate the torn tendon back down to the bone. CONMED's CuffLink™ double-row solution offers increased tensioning control and reduced tissue abrasion.1 Eliminate guesswork and take control of your repair with these simple, reproducible techniques.

Argo Knotless™ Suture Anchor

Control your tension for consistent compression

argo knotless suture anchor angled right showing suture

Y-Knot® PRO RC Self-Punching All-Suture Anchor

Our most popular anchor, made even simpler with cleatless technology

y knot pro rc all suture anchor with black handle angled left

BioBrace® Implant

Strengthen your repair, facilitate healing

rectangular patch of biobrace with sutures

Don't Pass on Our Passers

The Spectrum® family of suture passing instruments sets the bar for precise, efficient, and versatile suture passing.

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1 Compared to leading competitor; TR16-787, TR16-787-1.