A symphony of foot and ankle repair®

Stratum RS Reduced Size Foot Plating System is the newest addition to the Stratum family of plates. This next generation of reduced size anatomic locking plates that address stabilization and fixation of small bone fragments in fresh fractures, revision procedures, joint fusion and reconstruction of small bones of the foot and ankle, particularly in osteopenic bone. 


  • Forefoot
  • Midfoot
  • Hindfoot

Procedure Type


  • Lapidus 
  • 1st MPJ Arthrodesis 
  • Fifth Metatarsal Fracture


  • Evans Osteotomy
  • Calcaneocuboid
  • Talonavicular

Procedure Type


  • Lapidus
  • Navicular Fractures 
  • Lisfranc Repair
  • Naviculocuneifrom Arthrodesis
  • Talonavicular Arthrodesis
  • Cuboid Fractures
  • Triple Arthrodesis 
  • Cotton Osteotomy

Ti-6Al-4V ELI, Type 2 Anodized Titanium Alloy Mechanical Fatigue Strength

Type 2 anodized titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V ELI increases fatigue strength1*:


stronger than Type II color anodized Ti-6Al-4V-ELI

Type 2 anodized titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V ELI increases fatigue strength1*:


stronger than machined Ti-6AL-4V-ELI* 

Type 2 anodized titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V ELI increases fatigue strength1*:


 stronger than 316L SS EP




  • The Stratum RS Reduced Size Foot Plating System includes innovative technology. The system has 18 distinctive plates (tined and tineless options) along with locking, non-locking, and multi-directional screws, ready to go in sterile procedure kits, which add value by addressing the productivity needs of the surgical team.


  • The tabbed design on the compression ramp is intended to allow for easy removal.


  •  Plate position can be quickly modified with the ability to bend using insitu-contouring to achieve optimal fit to the bone. Thread bender into holes using the compression nut driver and slowly separate benders until the plate is contoured down to the bone.


Stratum RS Reduced Size Foot Plating System Designed by Nextremity Solutions, Inc.

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