The Equinoxe® reverse prosthesis is a groundbreaking implant that has served as the platform for several additional innovations in reverse shoulder arthroplasty.
The goal of shoulder arthroplasty is to improve comfort and function for a variety of degenerative conditions. Shoulder surgeons who engage an increasingly complex array of clinical problems must understand the factors that may negatively impact results and lead to a higher risk of complications. A better understanding of risk factors will help not only educate patients about potential adverse outcomes, but it also leads to improved ways to mitigate complications by addressing their root cause where possible.
Exactech Announces New Patent, Strengthening Company’s Position in Joint Replacement Soft Tissue Management
United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued U.S. Patent #11,278,338 for the Newton™ Knee, a dynamic platform of cutting-edge technology used with forward-thinking implants that are designed to provide optimal balance in a reproducible way.
Exactech to Showcase New Technology and Product Innovations at AAOS 2022 Annual Meeting, Booth #3014
Surgeon attendees will be able to experience all the innovations through product demonstrations and an immersive experience in the technology suite.
the initial release of exacCoach™ with an automated patient text messaging service that helps surgeons easily communicate with their total joint patients from surgical preparation through rehabilitation.