Ankle Arthodesis Surgical Technique

First MTP Fusion with Metatarsal Head Bone Loss

Instability and bone loss of the first metatarsal phalangeal joint is a common pathology in foot and ankle surgery. To restore joint stability, a revision dowel can be implanted into the proximal phalanx and the first metatarsal. After that, the implant of choice can be placed overtop of the dowel.

Shear Blocking Technique for Difficult Fusions: Calcaneocuboid Joint

The calcaneocuboid joint is one that has a lot of sliding movement, which leaves it unstable as a result of injury or overuse.  When proper stability is unable to be reached by non-surgical intervention, calcaneal revision cores can be implanted to stabilize the joint.


Revision Cores

  • MTF provides Revision Cores made of dense, cancellous bone available in multiple diameters with cannulation to allow exact placement within the femoral and tibial tunnels.

MicroFree® Cordless Surgical Small Bone Power System

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

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Speciality Orthopeadic
Name Micheal Subbout
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