First metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis with ActivaScrew™ Cannulated
Take advantage of Auto-Compression™
Hallux valgus with arthritis and hallux rigidus are two of the most common conditions that require MTP-1 arthrodesis. Arthrodesis with two crossing interfragmentary screws is a common surgical method.
With the partially threaded ActivaScrew™ Cannulated LAG, you get an excellent compression supported by patented Auto-Compression™ with the advantages of the bone replacing the implant after healing.Read more
Hammertoe correction with ActivaPin™
Fully anatomical angle
Hammertoe is a condition, where a simple surgery helps. Hammertoe with ActivaPin™ brings anatomical result every time, as you can bend ActivaPin™ up to 90 degrees and restore patient´s original anatomy.
In addition, in the human body the ActivaPin™ expands 1-2 % in diameter, thus locks strongly into the bone.Read more
Hallux valgus correction with ActivaPin™
Only one ActivaPin™ is enough
Hallux valgus is a foot deformity, where the first metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint is affected. The condition is painful and can cause significant disability.
Hallux valgus correction with only one ActivaPin™ leaves the patient without shoe rubbing metal plating and unnecessary removal operations. The grooved design of ActivaPin™ surface with expanding diameter, 1-2 %, offers a new type of stabilization to the osteotomies.Read more
Malleolar fracture fixation with Activa™ products
Great stability, simple application
Ankle fractures are one of the most common fractures in orthopaedics. The fixation can be done with bioabsorbable ActivaScrew™ or ActivaScrew™s Cannulated.
For small fragments, there is minimally invasive ActivaPin™ and ActivaNail™.Read more
Syndesmosis fixation using Activa™ screws
Combined benefits in one
Unstable Weber B or Weber C class syndesmosis fractures are typically treated operatively. Syndesmosis fractures fixed with bioabsorbable Activa™ screw allows the micromovement in the tibio-fibular joint with stability benefits known from traditional screw fixation and all this without foreign body material irritating the patient.Read more