Spinal and Orthopedic Equipment & Devices

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Medical Devices
Stryker Exeter Hips - more than 400 of them - were first implanted in 1970 at the Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Hospital in Exeter, England. Survivorship today is 91.5 percent through 30 years.
The Fillauer II Standing Frame is an adjustable metal exoskeleton attached to a stable base of support that allows the child crutch-less, hands free standing. While supported in the Fillauer II Standing Frame, the child gains all the physiologic benefits of standing along with the ability to use their hands to explore their environment.
The TWIST femoral stem is the result of 15 years of experience in the design of tailor-made stems through the study of femoral morphotypes made by scan image reconstruction.
The Escalade acetabular system is designed to maximize head size while maintaining bearing thickness. +0 liners are truely flush with the shell.
From extreme sports to light jogging, the Wave Sport has the performance active amputees desire. Utilizing an innovative wave-shaped spring between the pylon and keel provides shock absorption and stability to the Wave Sport.
The Accolade C Femoral Component integrates well-established, clinically successful design features with the advanced technology to help achieve a new benchmark for surgical efficiency and clinical performance.
The Seattle Energy from Trulife has dynamic toe and cushioned heel response. It has full length, split composite keel for increased stability.
The Ibex is a leap forward in multi-axial foot design. The innovative micro-slices in the Ibex pylon and the split heel plate provide controlled inversion/eversion for uneven terrain.
The ATLANTE 2 cup has been specially designed to provide a perfectly suitable interface for the bone elasticity module, but also allowing easy, precise and safe implementation of a ceramic insert.
The Hip Joints from Trulife attaches transfemoral socket to hip belt. Adds length to lateral side to increase leverage and control of the prosthesis’ lateral motion. It is used with pelvic band.
Corentec’s two-in-one Metal on Poly Bearing cup system utilizes a ceramic liner along with a polyethylene liner. The polyethylene liner applies UHMWPE (Highly Cross-Linked UHMWPE), which has proven to result in 94 percent less wear than than conventional PE liners used in in vitro conditions.
Combining stability and fluid, natural movement, the Balance Foot J is a great solution for new amputees and slow-speed walkers.
Vari-Flex XC Rotate – The next step, combining excellent smooth roll-over and dynamics with rotation and shock absorption to meet the daily demands of the moderate to high active user.
Put a spring in their step, with the carbon fiber Flex-Foot specially designed for children. Ideal for youngsters Flex-Foot Junior provides that all important energy return. The Carbon-X® Active Heel stores energy and absorbs shock loads while the full-length toe lever contributes to stability and even stride length.
The Energy “Scamp” system is a paediatric, electrically controlled prosthetic hand which is available in two sizes to accommodate young children between the ages of 6 months and 6 years old.
The ParaPod comes in a kit form that can be sized and assembled easily for significantly less than conventional HKAFO's. The kit provides an exoskeleton worn over clothing that consists of shoe clamps, aluminum uprights, foam knee blocks, upper back and chest supports.
The Promenade is engineered to manage the unique gait dynamics of low impact ambulators including the diabetic & vascular amputee population.
The Wave Comfort brings an exceptional level of comfort to the low and moderate activity user. The unique tri-spring design elements work in concert to provide seamless transition and stable progression from heel-strike to toe-off.
The Trinity Advanced Bearing Acetabular System offers surgeons a wide range of high performance bearings within a versatile acetabular shell, utilizing the clinically proven fixation of BONIT coating for patient matched solutions.
The Motion Foot is a unique hydraulic foot and ankle system with a natural-range of ankle movement. Natural motion adjusts to slopes, various heel heights, and sitting with feet flat.
The Element DS’s design utilizes an innovative 3rd carbon composite spring that supports the foot in each phase of the gait cycle. From heel strike, to mid-stance and toe off; the result is a foot with unsurpassed smoothness, stability and energy return.
The Acetabular component is hemisphere in shape, this maximizes both peripheral contact, as well as polar contact. The three sorew holes are designed for optimal anatomical positioning to ensuring maximum fixation strength, as well as enhancing positioning during the operation.
X3 is a material advancement in bearing technology. As a pioneer in wear-performance technologies, Stryker Orthopaedics has been dedicated to offering bearing surface improvements.
Stryker is proud to introduce the Tritanium Primary Acetabular System, the ONLY Advanced Fixation Technology manufactured from a commercially-pure Titanium matrix.
The Polycentric, pneumatic 4-bar knee from Trulife has adjustable flexion and extension controls. It is available with built-in proximal pyramid or attached disarticulation bracket.