Stabilisation of the subtalar joint
Efficient correction and stabilisation with cannulated implants
The implants are inserted into the sinus tarsi in a minimally invasive procedure and without a firm bony anchorage. By blocking the increased adduction and plantar tilt of the talus relative to the calcaneus, correction and stabilisation of the subtalar joint is made possible. A uniform and fully cannulated set of instruments results in a clear system design. The implants can be firmly connected to the insertion instrument for safe insertion and removal.
One indication, two options
To suit the individual anatomy, the TarsiTree system offers a choice of two different designs. A tapered and a wave shaped design, each available in six sizes.