When I was approached by Exactech in 2003 to get involved in the development of the Equinoxe® shoulder arthroplasty system, little did I know that 10 years later I would be part of the fastest-growing system in the United States.
Optimizing Polyethylene Materials to the Application: When it Comes to Manufacturing Methods, Hips are Not Knees
The historically popular extrusion consolidation process is inexpensive and fast, but non-consolidated areas of UHMWPE powder and large variability in material properties are often observed.
Deltopectoral, Superolateral or Rotator Cuff Sparing? Soft-Tissue Considerations Associated with TSA Approaches
Advances in shoulder arthroplasty have led to increased interest with more than 50,000 surgeries performed yearly in the United States.
Does Direct Anterior Approach Require a Specialized Table? How to Perform this Cost-Effective Approach without Additional Equipment
The direct anterior approach for total hip arthroplasty has been gaining favor with surgeons and patients alike in the last several years.
The Effect of Posterior Tibial Slope on the Kinematics of PCL-Retaining TKA: A Pilot Study Using a Novel, Soft-Tissue Preserving Test Method
Abnormal knee kinematics have been found in fluoroscopy studies after total knee arthroplasty (TKA), which may lead to suboptimal clinical outcomes.
Exactech Announces Full Launch of Three Revision Systems and Expansion of Advanced Surgical Technologies at AAOS 2017 Annual Meeting, Exhibit #1433
Peri-prosthetic infection is among the most common reason for revision in the United States and in Europe.
Locking plate fixation of fractures of the proximal humerus: analysis of complications, revision strategies and outcomes
Arthroplasty remains an incredible intervention for patients with degenerative joint and tendon disease for which there is yet no biological solution.