Joints and Sports
Patient Positioning for Joints and Sports Injury Surgery
With millions of joint replacement and sports injury surgeries being done each year, having a repeatable, reliable, and safe approach to patient positioning is critical to a successful outcome.
Hip replacement surgery is one of the most common joint replacement procedures done in the U.S.
More than half of hip arthroplasty surgeons are currently performing Direct Anterior Approach (DAA) hip surgeries. While Traction tables are typically available in the hospital setting, they are not practical in most ASC settings due to their complexity, set up time, training requirements, and expense ($75-100K).
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Direct Anterior Hip
Almost 800,000 knee replacements are performed each year and is expected to rise as the population ages.
The Zero Degree Knee can support your patient to achieve to achieve terminal knee extension following knee arthroplasty. By placing the knee in extension in the days following surgery, patients are on the right path to regaining full range of motion. The faster they regain range of motion after surgery, the faster they will be back on their feet fully recovered.