Cartilage Defect Solutions

This cartilage injury within the ankle joint is usually caused by ankle sprain or fracture

When diagnosing and treating cartilage defects in the ankle, there are four main components to consider: anatomy, stability, biology, and alignment. The ideal solution is one that is safe, simple, reproducible, optimizes biology of the articular tissue, preserves or restores normal anatomy, and has sustainable, long-term results.

CartiMax® Viable Cartilage Allograft

Viable chondrocytes, optimal handling, 24-month shelf life1

two fingers wearing blue latex gloves holding cartimax viable cartilage allograft showing its features

Allograft Tendons without Bone Attachment

Anterior Tibialis, Posterior Tibialis, Semitendinosus, and more

two flat allograft tendons without bone attachments

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

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

trushot all in one fixation system angled left side shot

Y-Knot® RC with Needles

The strength and simplicity or Y-Knot® with needles attached for open procedures

y knot rc with needles double loaded anchor tip

Unleash Your Precision

A cordless, battery-powered, pencil-grip instrument that delivers the power you need

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Extremities Solutions

1 Data on file, MTF Biologics.