Achilles Reconstruction

From Haglund’s deformities to FHL Tendon Transfers

Haglund’s deformity excision and Achilles reconstruction begins with the dissection of the diseased insertional Achilles to reveal the Haglund’s deformity. After the deformity is excised with the Hall® MicroFree®, the Achilles is fixated to the calcaneus with anchors proximally and distally. CONMED has several anchor choices suitable for this procedure.

Flexor Hallucis Longus (FHL) Tendon Transfer is an autologous tendon transfer procedure intended to reinforce a severely diseased or mid-substance ruptured Achilles tendon. The FHL Tendon is released proximal to the calcaneus, sutured to the Achilles, and fixated distally to the superior-posterior calcaneus with an anchor, such as the TenoLok®.


MicroFree® Cordless Small Bone Power System

Cordless, battery-powered, pencil-grip instruments ergonomically optimized for precision

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TruShot® with Y-Knot® All-in-One Tissue Fixation System

Anchor, Drill Bit, Guide – Fully loaded, ready-to-go out of the box

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CrossFT® Knotless/Knotless DT Suture Anchor

Versatile anchor useful in a variety of procedures

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TenoLok® Dual-Expanding Tenodesis Anchor

Eliminate tendon wrap with this fast, simplistic technique

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Work with blades specifically tailored to mimic small joint anatomy

Mimix™ Small Joint Resection Blades feature a curvature and working length that’s designed to give surgeons easy, fast, and precise access in tight anatomical spaces.

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