The BioPro® MPJ Hemi Implant is the only Hemi backed by 70+ years of clinical data. Our low-profile, press-fit implants are designed to replace the articular surface of the proximal phalanx in a painful, arthritic metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint.
A comprehensive plating system merges modern technology with plating basics. The system includes 45 universal plates as well as indication-specific plating families. The plates feature MVA (multiple variable angle) locking technology that allows screws to lock into the plate up to 25 degrees.
Our medical grade stainless steel Kirschner wires (k-wires) are available in 0.9mm (.035″), 1.1mm (.045″), 1.4mm (.054″), and 1.6mm (.062″) diameters. We offer the k-wires as individually sterile packaged or in non-sterile multi-packs.
Go-EZ Headed Cannulated Screws and HBS Headless Cannulated Screws are manufactured from implant grade Titanium and available in multiple diameters and lengths. Each screw is individually sterile packed and housed in a protective blister to protect screw threads. This ensures sharp cutting teeth and improves traceability for hospital and patient records.
The BioPro Tendon Anchor System (T.A.S.) is a toothed, titanium anchor designed for soft tissue reattachment to bone. The sutureless design simplifies soft tissue reattachment and allows for increased pull-out strength.
The Accu-Cut Osteotomy Guide System is a disposable, sterile packaged system that includes a guide, two universal saw blades and two 0.045 double trocar K-wires. Using an Accu-Cut Guide in conjunction with your preferred osteotomy ensures precision with all cuts for optimal bone contact and improved fusion success.
The Digital Compression Screw (D.C.S.) is a solid, stainless steel screw specifically designed to address digital fusions. The 1.5mm and 1.8mm diameters range from 20mm to 55mm in length, allowing for fusion of the DIPJ, PIPJ, or both.
The BioPro Horizon Subtalar Implant is used for the treatment of flatfoot and posterior tibial tendon dysfunction in both children and adults. Implanted within the sinus tarsi, it is designed to block excessive pronation while allowing normal subtalar joint motion.