Controlled, axial flexibility

In animal studies, Far Cortical Locking Technology provides controlled axial flexibility to promote fracture healing through callus formation, or secondary healing, by stressing the fracture with micromotion at the fracture site.1

Anatomy

  • Hand and Wrist

Product Type

  • Plates and Screws

Specifications

Screw Profiles

Benefits

Reduces Stiffness

  • MotionLoc Screws uses far cortical locking technology as a strategy to reduce the stiffness of a locked plating construct. The stiffness reduction through the screws create nearly parallel micromotion at the fracture site. 

User-friendly

  • Creates nearly parallel micromotion at fracture site. In addition, facilitates screw removal with reverse cutting threads.    

Accuracy

  • The system utilizes provisional fixation with k-wires or drill bits for accurate plate placement.

Additional Information

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