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Brostrom Repair Surgical Technique

Brostrom repair begins with a small incision made at the fibula’s distal tip and in-line with the ATFL (anterior talofibular ligament). The remaining ATFL is released and a rongour is utilized on the distal fibula to prepare the attachment site of the ATFL.  Anchors are implanted into the distal fibula and passed through the ATFL. The ATFL is then fixated to the fibula using overhand knots.

PRODUCT

TruShot™ with Y-Knot®

  • All-in-one delivery system eliminates unnecessary steps and extra time
  • Unique anchor deployment technology allows for shallow 10mm tunnel
  • Strong fixation with less bone removal and no hard anchors left behind

 

MicroFree™ Cordless Small Bone Power System

  • Cordless design allows for improved maneuverability
  • Ergonomic pencil grip design helps provide precise cutting

 

Y-Knot® RC with Tape All-Suture Anchor

  • 2.8mm footprint provides placement and fixation advantages when bone real estate is limited
  • Simple, self-punching technique
  • 69% less abrasive than the leading competitor when measuring tendon tear-through1

 

CrossFT™ Knotless Suture Anchor

  • Controlled tension designed to optimize tendon compression
  • Strong dual-thread pattern for cortical and cancellous bone fixation
  • Bone marrow vent channel designed to provide healing properties of bone marrow

 

Y-Knot® RC All-Suture Anchor

  • 2.8mm footprint provides placement and fixation advantages when bone real estate is limited
  • Simple, self-punching technique
  • Secure 360-degree FormFit™ Fixation

 

Y-Knot® RC with Needles

  • Combines benefits of Y-Knot RC with a mini-open system

 

CrossFT™and GENESYS CrossFT™ Suture Anchor

  • CrossFT (PEEK) and GENESYS CrossFT (biocomposite) offer dual-thread pattern for cortical and cancellous bone fixation
  • Bone marrow vent channel designed to provide healing properties of bone marrow


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