• WristMotion Post Operative Protocol

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    • SpeedSpiral CMC – Instrument

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    • SpeedSpiral CMC Example Codes Used By Surgeons

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    • WristMotion Lunate Arthroplasty System: Suggested Coding

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    • Know the Facts for National Arthritis Awareness Month

      The month of May is recognized as National Arthritis Awareness Month. Arthritis is a disease that impacts more than 50 million Americans, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. The first step in taking control over your arthritis is learning the facts.

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    • It’s Small Business Month!

      Since 1963, the US has recognized small businesses and their impact across America. The month of May honors nearly 30 million small businesses across the country and we’re here to give you the scoop on what we’re all about!

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    • Joint Replacement Awareness- Know Your Options!

       

      May 4 is recognized as “Joint Replacement Awareness Day”. The goal of Joint Replacement Awareness Day is to dispel any concerns and fill the gaps in patients questions regarding joint replacement options.

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    • Marathon Training with Arthritis- Useful Tips!

      There are many people living with arthritis who tolerate moderate running really well, particularly if the arthritis primarily impacts your upper-body joints. However, you should always check with your Doctor or orthopedic surgeon first if you are considering training for a marathon.

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    • SpeedSpiral Tech Guide

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    • Triathlons and Knee Health

      Triathlon season is kicking off and this year we are excited to be exhibiting at several IRONMAN & Marathon Fitness Expos across the US, where we will be educating athletes and attendees, on our joint restoring implants.

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    • PF Kahuna One Pager (US Only)

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    • PF Tech Guide (Includes PF Classic, Wave & Kahuna)

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    • Spring Surgery

      Spring is finally here and if you’ve been considering knee surgery, studies show that this is the best time of year to do it!

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    • Arthrosurface Launches the Patellofemoral WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System

      FRANKLIN, Mass., March 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Arthrosurface®, Inc., a global leader in joint preservation technology, today announced the launch of its Patellofemoral (PF) WaveKahuna™ Arthroplasty System. The PF WaveKahuna implant is the next generation in Arthrosurface’s commercially-marketed line of Patellofemoral Systems. The implant is proven to improve patients’ quality of life through increased range of motion, reduced pain, faster recovery time and fewer activity restrictions.

      The PF WaveKahuna is designed to restore the unique articular surface geometry of the Patella and the Femoral Trochlear groove, while maintaining patients’ native joint anatomy. The system is a hybrid inlay-onlay design that incorporates a distal femoral trochlear groove implant that mates to a taper post via morse taper interlock. It is a larger implant than the original Arthrosurface PF Wave™, combining both the dome and anatomical patella implant components.

      “In 2006, we revolutionized the patellofemoral arthroplasty market with the launch of the PF Wave,” said Steve Ek, CEO of Arthrosurface. “Before the PF Wave, the orthopedic industry had all but given up on finding a reliable treatment for this patient segment. The PF WaveKahuna will yet again reinvent this class of arthroplasty devices by enabling surgeons to treat a substantially larger population of patients with much more complex patellofemoral pathology, using the same innovative technology that has made the PF Wave so life-changing for patients.”

      The PF WaveKahuna is designed for use in cemented arthroplasty for patients with osteoarthritis limited to the distal patellofemoral joint, patients with a history of patellar dislocation or patellar fracture and patients with failed previous surgery where pain, deformity or dysfunction persists.

      In a recent study of patients suffering from isolated patellofemoral osteoarthritis (OA), patellofemoral inlay arthroplasty was conducted using the Arthrosurface PF Wave implants. Data showed patients who received the PF Wave implant experienced high satisfaction and significant improvement in knee function and pain and had no radiographic progression of OA after five years. In contrast, the onlay group showed significant radiographic progression with 53 percent of patients exhibiting progression of medial and/or lateral tibiofemoral OA after two years.

      “The new WaveKahuna implant, with its larger lateralized flange, provides full trochlear coverage and, therefore, is the perfect solution for patients suffering from extensive patellofemoral cartilage defects,” said Andreas B. Imhoff, MD, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology, Director/Chairman Department of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, Hospital Rechts der Isar, University of Munich, Germany. “At the same time, the inlay design not only maintains existing biomechanics but also recreates a trochlear groove in patients with a dysplastic trochlear. So, no matter what caused the patellofemoral arthritis, the WaveKahuna implant fits nearly all of them, making it our favorite patellofemoral prosthesis.”

      To learn more about Arthrosurface’s Patellofemoral WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System, click here.

      Visit the Arthrosurface Booth #3806 at the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting, March 13-15, 2019, to learn more.

      About Arthrosurface®, Inc.

      Arthrosurface®, Inc. is a global leader in joint preservation technology, manufacturing less invasive joint replacements that are clinically proven to help patients stay active by increasing range of motion and reducing pain. The company’s product portfolio features more than 150 different surface implant curvatures for the knee, shoulder, hip, ankle, wrist and toe that are designed to treat upper and lower extremity orthopedic conditions caused by trauma, injury and arthritic disease. More than 100,000 patients have been treated with Arthrosurface implants since the company was founded in 2002. Arthrosurface markets and distributes its products in the United States and around the world, with more than 5,000 surgeons currently using Arthrosurface products in more than 25 countries. For more information, please visit our website at www.arthrosurface.com.

      SOURCE Arthrosurface, Inc.

       

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    • Here’s What We Have in Store for You at the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting – Booth 3806

      Come visit Arthrosurface at Booth #3806 during the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting to learn more about our less invasive joint replacements that are clinically proven to help patients stay active by increasing range of motion and reducing pain.AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting - Booth 3806

      *Spoiler Alert*

      We’re launching a new product at the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting and can’t wait to show you! Meet us at our booth, you won’t want to miss this!

      **Also, we’re showcasing our new OVOMotion with Inlay Glenoid arthroplasty System as well! Launched in the fall of 2018, the OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System with Inlay Glenoid. If you have not taken the time to learn about this revolutionary system, stop by our booth to do so!

      Innovation Theatre Session: Thursday, March 14th 3:15 – 3:35PM in Booth #3032:

      During our innovation theatre session Dr. Gregory Nicholson, MD, will discuss treating shoulder osteoarthritis using Arthrosurface’s Stemless OVOMotion and Inlay Glenoid Total Shoulder System. The combination of a non-spherical humeral head and inlay glenoid is proven to achieve 20-30% better range of motion compared to traditional stemmed/stemless designs. Further clinical insights, experience, and surgical technique will also be presented.

      Ask the Experts:

      Arthrosurface experienced surgeons will be at our booth to help you understand the benefits of our implant systems.

      Anthony Miniaci, MD, is a staff physician within Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Sports Health and his specialty includes shoulder reconstruction, knee reconstruction and cartilage resurfacing.

      Mr Raghbir Khakha

      Raghbir has published in all aspects of knee surgery and presented both nationally and internationally. He is an honorary lecturer at Winchester University and runs educational courses for higher orthopaedic surgical trainees in London. Raghbir is a long time user of Arthrosurface implants and is a great resource for all of your questions.

      • Wednesday 12:30-13:30
      • Thursday 12:30-13:30
      • Friday 10:00-11:00

      Meet a Patient:Meet Rudy Kadlub at the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting

      Competitive powerlifter, Rudy Kadlub, will be joining us at our booth. Rudy has had both his shoulders restored using our OVO® Primary Stemless Shoulder System with Inlay Glenoid. He is currently the IPL World Champion in his division and continues to break records! Watch his full patient testimonial here.

      Toe Implant Systems:

      The ToeMotion Total Toe System restores mobility and maintains native biomechanics using a dual curved HemiCAP DF and a modular tray-style phalangeal implant with a threaded baseplate. Fourth generation fixation components provide stable constructs on both sides of the joint.

      Wrist Implant System:

      The WristMotion Hemiarthroplasty System is used in conjunction with a Proximal Row Carpectomy (PRC) to replace an arthritic or incongruent capitate for the treatment of SNAC & SLAC Wrists. **We’ll also be showing a sneak-peak of a new CMC Allograft product that will be available soon!

      Snacks!

      Because who doesn’t love snacks! Swing by our booth to fuel up with a hot cup of coffee and a freshly baked cookie and walk away with some new knowledge about our products, it’s a win-win!

      We hope to see you at Booth #3806!

       

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    • The OVO® Stemless Total Shoulder Implant with Inlay Glenoid Gets Roger Back Riding His Bike!

      We’d like to introduce our newest shoulder patient testimonial, Roger McClaine! Roger received the  OVO® Stemless Total Shoulder with Inlay Glenoid Implant System about a year and a half ago.

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    • 5 Ways to Avoid Joint Pain in the Winter

      Do you find that as the colder weather arrives, you feel more pain in your joints? The big question is

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    • Arthrosurface® Revolutionizes Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

      In 2001, Steve Ek, the current CEO of Arthrosurface®, began experimenting with the idea that

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    • It’s National Almond Day! Here’s 3 Key Benefits to consider.

      Happy National Almond Day! It’s no surprise that when it comes to almonds, these little guys pack a big punch!

      But the question is, do you know just how beneficial the almond really is? We’re taking a look at 3 of the key benefits of including this super food in your nutrition plan. Keep in mind that when choosing an almond to snack on, going raw is your best choice.

      Quick fact: The almond in botanical terms, is not a nut but a “drupe” or stone fruit in which the outer fleshy part surrounds a single shell of hardened endocarp (flesh) with a seed or (kernel) inside.

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      1. Antioxidant 

      The powerful antioxidants in the almond are mostly found in the brown skin. Hence; why these are a superior choice over selecting blanched almonds. The antioxidants in this “super drupe” help protect against oxidative stress. Oxidative stress can cause damage to molecules in your cells which contributes to inflammation, aging and diseases like cancer.

      2. High in Calcium

      Almonds contain nearly 200mg of the recommended daily dose of calcium. Their versatility makes them an easy addition to your diet. Studies have also shown that when a clinical study was performed on ingesting almond meal, it increased the bone mineral density and inhibited the growth of osteoporosis forming cells. Ultimately showing that the almond has a truly positive effect on bone health!

      3. Magnesium

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      Overall, magnesium assures the strength and firmness of bones and makes teeth harder. Since magnesium participates in an astonishing array of biochemical reactions, it’s no surprise that it’s essential for healthy bones and teeth. Most notably, adequate magnesium is essential for absorption and metabolism of calcium. Lucky for you, just one ounce of almonds contains 80mg of magnesium!

       

      In conclusion, these powerhouse “drupes”  are worth considering when you are looking for a nutrient dense boost! Try as an alternative to dairy milk, added crunch to your salad or a “nut butter” spread on whole grain toast… the options and benefits of the almond are endless.

       

       

      Sources

      https://nuts.com/healthy-eating/foods-for-bone-density

      https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/9-proven-benefits-of-almonds

      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20947104

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Almond

      Key minerals for bone health — magnesium

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    • Wave Kahuna IFU – Patella Implant

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    • Wave Kahuna IFU – Patello-Femoral Implant

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    • Mamie Finds Relief from an Unsuccessful Synthetic Cartilage Toe Implant with the ToeMotion!

      Meet Mamie Kerr, our newest ToeMotion Patient Testimonial!

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    • Tips to Reduce Joint Pain on Thanksgiving

      For those of you who suffer from joint pain and arthritis

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    • Shoulder IFU – Instruments (OVO & OVOMotion)

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    • Shoulder IFU – Implants (OVOMotion)

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    • Arthrosurface Launches the Stemless OVOMotion Shoulder Arthroplasty System

      FRANKLIN, Mass.Oct. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Arthrosurface®, Inc. announced today the official launch of its latest product,

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    • Pumpkin Spice Really is Everything Nice

      Whether you are a pumpkin spice fiend or are sick of the hype, I’m here to tell you that pumpkin spice may help you relieve some of your joint pain.

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    • OVOMotion Tech Guide

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    • Toe Implants Post Operative Protocol

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    • 10 Unlikely Things That Cause Joint Pain

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      When you think of causes of joint pain, most people go immediately to age, too much exercise, injury and arthritis.

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    • HemiCAP Hip Patient, Kellie, Hits Her 15 Year Milestone

      We are so excited to share an update on one of our very first Hip HemiCAP Implant recipients, Kellie who recently hit her 15-year milestone!

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    • PF Wave IFU- Instruments

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    • Happy National Avocado Day!

      If you suffer from arthritis or any other condition that causes inflammation,

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    • Rudy is Back to Breaking Powerlifting World Records After Receiving Bilateral OVO Implants

      We’re very excited to introduce our newest patient testimonial, Rudy Kadlub, who opted for bilateral OVO Stemless Total Shoulder implants with Inlay Glenoids!

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    • 5 Tips for Traveling with Joint Pain

      In the midst of summer, we know many people are heading out on their long-awaited travels. Whether it be a vacation with your family, a business trip, or a quick weekend get away with your friends, chances are you will be going somewhere this month for your next adventure. July and August are the most popular travel months of the year. If you suffer with joint pain, traveling can be tedious and not something you look forward to. Although it can’t be fully avoided, here are a few tips to help you avoid joint pain while traveling!

      Tips for Traveling Pain-Free

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      Walking and Stretching. Traveling involves a lot of sitting. Whether you are traveling by plane, train, or car, an important travel tip is to make sure to get up and move. The hours that you are sitting down can cause stiffness in your joints. Whenever you get the chance get up and walk, whether it be throughout the airport, at the pit stop, or around the train station, walking will help to make your joints less stiff. Before starting your trip, you should stretch. Stretching will help by reducing your stiffness and pain. It will also help loosen your muscles and prepare your body for all the sitting. Even if you feel as though you have walked and stretched enough, know that the more you walk and stretch the better you will feel.

      Make Sure to Pack your Medication. Many people think they can just skip out on taking their medication while they are on vacation. This is not a good idea. Not taking your medication can cause your joints to flare up even more. It will just add to the discomfort you will already be in from all the traveling. Another important tip in terms of medication is to make sure you pack it in an accessible area. Whether you are flying, driving, or taking the train, putting your medications in your carry-on bag or purse is extremely important. It needs to be somewhere you can get to easily and take whenever needed. In the case that your checked bag gets lost, at least you will still have your important medications on you.
      Travel Talk

      Discuss with your Doctor. Planning your vacation is a process and one very important step is speaking with your doctor. You can discuss with them what type of trip best suits you. The trip will depend on how much pain you are in because that can affect what you can and can’t do. Discussing the trip will help you have the best experience while on your vacation. The amount of time that you are traveling has an impact on any pain and stiffness that you’ll feel. Your doctor will be able to tell you how long they think you should be sitting down/resting during your trip.

      Staying Health Conscious. Eating healthy and staying hydrated are a few healthy lifestyle hacks that seems to slip away when traveling because most of the options for food are not very good for you. Things like chips and processed foods contain ingredients that cause inflammation. Next time consider bringing your own food to the airport. Things like apples, bananas, oranges and even sandwiches are allowed through airport security. Along with being conscious of what you are eating, also make sure you are staying hydrated. Drinking water is important in helping to minimize joint stiffness. Water bottles are often very expensive to buy at the airport, but you are allowed to bring your own reusable bottle when traveling (just make sure it’s empty when you’re going through security). Airports often have bubblers throughout the terminals or you can just ask any restaurant to fill up your bottle.

      TravelThink Ahead. If you can choose your seat when booking a flight or train ticket, book an aisle seat. Sitting in the aisle seat will give you the chance to get up whenever you start to feel stiff. Another benefit of the aisle seat is that you get to extend your legs, which can help with your pain. If possible, try to book a seat with extra leg room to give yourself a bit more comfort. Another way to travel smart when you have joint pain is to take shorter flights, if possible. Although having a bunch of connections takes longer, it will allow you to move more frequently. Even better than taking more flights is driving. By driving you are on your own schedule and you can make a stop whenever you want. Getting out, stretching, and walking around will help to alleviate stiffness and subside pain.

      Whether you are heading out on a crazy adventure or a trip only a few hours away make sure to keep these tips in mind to have the minimum amount of joint pain possible!

       

      Sources

      https://www.newsmax.com/health/health-news/rheumatoid-arthritis-traveling-tips/2018/05/26/id/862598/

      https://www.arthritis.org/living-with-arthritis/pain-management/tips/pain-free-travel-tips.php

      https://www.everydayhealth.com/knee-pain/traveling-with-knee-pain.aspx

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    • Arthrosurface receives FDA Clearance of Patellofemoral WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System

      FRANKLIN, Mass.June 29, 2018 — Today, Arthrosurface, Inc., a leading provider of minimally invasive, motion preserving joint restoration systems, announces their recent FDA 510(k) Clearance to market the Patellofemoral (PF) WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System. The PF WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System is a line extension to The Company’s previously cleared and commercially marketed family of HemiCAP® Patellofemoral & PF Wave Systems.

      Shane Shankle, VP of US Sales expressed, “As a market leader in Patellofemoral Arthroplasty, we are very excited to round out our line with the PF WaveKahuna System. The larger implants will allow a surgeon to choose from a wide range of size offerings to better serve the patient’s needs and allow them to maintain their quality of life.”

      The PF WaveKahuna restores the unique articular surface geometry of the Patella and Femoral Trochlea while maintaining the patient’s native anatomy. It’s innovative, extended lateral aspect and trochlear geometry is designed to address challenging Patellofemoral tracking and stability conditions as well as providing increased coverage of the trochlear groove. Furthermore, the novel patella design combines the clinical benefits of both the anatomic and dome patella implants from the PF Wave System. Additionally, the PF WaveKahuna femoral component is designed to mate with the currently marketed Arthrosurface PF Wave Fixation Component. The existing surgical technique is unchanged, with the addition of a superior ream step.

      “The FDA clearance comes shortly after data recently presented at ESSKA confirmed significantly improved postoperative outcomes with high patient satisfaction and no progression of knee arthritis at 5 years follow-up. The timing could not be better,” said Dawn Wilson, VP of Quality & Regulatory.

      About Arthrosurface: Arthrosurface, Inc. is a global orthopedic medical technology business providing a broad portfolio of essential products and instrumentation used to treat upper and lower extremity orthopedic conditions caused by trauma, injury and arthritic disease. Arthrosurface is the inventor and market leader in joint preservation with inlay arthroplasty. Our product offerings include joint preservation implants, instruments and orthobiologics. Founded in 2002, Arthrosurface markets and distributes its products in the US and around the world and has succeeded in helping patients return to activity for over 14 years. For more information, please visit our website at www.arthrosurface.com

      SOURCE Arthrosurface, Inc.

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    • Tips to Help You Safely Have Fun in the Sun This Summer

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    • Positive Knee Preservation Outcomes Using the Innovative Arthrosurface Inlay PF Wave™

      Franklin, Massachusetts based Arthrosurface, Inc. announced today that midterm clinical results reconfirmed joint preservation in patellofemoral (PF) surgery with the PF Wave™ Implant System. 5-year results presented by Dr. Jonas Pogorzelski at the recent ESSKA Congress in Glasgow, Scotland found significant improvement in symptoms and no progression of knee arthritis.

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      Isolated patellofemoral arthritis occurs when there is loss of cartilage limited to the central portion of the knee joint. For advanced stages, partial joint replacement has become the leading treatment. The Arthrosurface PF Wave Inlay Arthroplasty Design adapts and restores the patient’s unique joint surface providing a novel, anatomic approach to treating isolated patellofemoral arthritis. Derek Jones, MD, Section head of Sports Medicine and Cartilage Restoration at the Ochsner Sports Medicine Institute in New Orleans said, “Over the course of the past 8 years, I have been very encouraged seeing my patients return to high levels of work and sports following this procedure. Our joint preservation experience is similar to those presented at ESSKA.” In contrast, traditional Onlay implants require more extensive bone cuts and tend to sit high on the new joint surface, thereby increasing the risk of overstuffing the joint.

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      Based on their findings presented at ESSKA, lead author Prof. Andreas Imhoff, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology, Director/Chairman Department of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine at the University of Munich concluded, “We observed significantly improved postoperative outcomes with high patient satisfaction at the two-year follow up. This trend held true for the 5-year results, too.”

      According to Matthias Schurhoff, VP of Clinical Affairs, “seeing these study results continue to show no arthritic changes at the 5-year mark while holding significant pain relief and functional improvement is very validating for us. These results support our belief that our unique inlay concept provides a contemporary arthroplasty track in patellofemoral surgery.”

      Arthrosurface continues to innovate Patellofemoral Arthroplasty by providing active alternatives to total knee replacement and allowing more patients access to knee preservation options.

      About Arthrosurface: Arthrosurface, Inc. is a global orthopedic medical technology business providing a broad portfolio of essential products and instrumentation used to treat upper and lower extremity orthopedic conditions caused by trauma, injury and arthritic disease. Arthrosurface is the inventor and market leader in joint preservation with inlay arthroplasty. Our product offerings include joint preservation implants, instruments and orthobiologics. Founded in 2002, Arthrosurface markets and distributes its products in the US and around the world and has succeeded in helping patients return to activity for over 14 years. For more information, please visit our website at www.arthrosurface.com.

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    • PF Patient Pamphlet (Spanish)

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    • It’s Not Too Late to Plan the Perfect Father’s Day!

      It is not too late to plan the perfect Father’s Day to show your dad just how much you love him! We planned a

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    • WristMotion Patient Pamphlet

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    • New to the Arthrosurface Website?

      If you are a new patient to our website, below is a list of tools that you may have not discovered yet.

      Find a Doctor New Patient

      • Find a Doctor in your area who is experienced with our products.

        • How it works: If you click the find a doctor link on the top of our page it will bring you to a form. This form helps us learn a little about you, so we can help you find what you are looking for. After filling out this form you are brought to a page with a map of your area and a list. This map shows all of the doctors in your area that have done at least 3 Arthrosurface surgeries in the last 5 years. You can see what their practice names is, go to their website, or call their office. This is a great resource for those who are looking to connect with doctors who have experience with our products.
        • Didn’t find what you’re looking for, or want more information? We are happy to help answer any questions you have: contact@arthrosurface.com
      • Patient Testimonial Stories

        • Under the Patients drop down in the top navigation, click on “Patient Stories”. These are actual Arthrosurface patients that have shared their experiences with our products. You can filter the stories by joint, so you can see what people are saying about the procedure you are inquiring about.
        • These testimonials are 100% true and unscripted.
      • Patient Referral Network

        • Something you may not know is that we have a very extensive patient referral network here at Arthrosurface. If you feel unsure about a specific procedure one of the best ways to learn more is to talk to someone who has had it done!
        • If you contact us we can connect you with a real person who had the same Arthrosurface procedure you are looking into!
        • We connected Terri, who suffered from knee pain, with Letia, a HemiCAP® patient. The two met up in person and afterwards, Terri decided to go ahead with Knee HemiCAP® surgery!Arthrosurface Blog New Patient
      • Our Blog!

        • If you go to the blog/news tab, then you can read all of our blog posts! There is some great content in there for those who are suffering from joint pain. Here are some of the things you can find in that section:
          • Patient testimonials
          • Product releases
          • Tips to help avoid or relieve joint pain
          • Arthrosurface News
          • A whole lot more!
        • Subscribe to our blog, so that you never miss a blog post!
      • Patient Guide for the Treatment of Toe Arthritis – A Surgeon Survey

        • This is a great piece of literature for patients who are researching our Toe Implant Systems. The results are based on the experience of 35 foot and ankle surgeons who collectively performed 2261 procedures with these systems. The surgeons were surveyed about the clinical benefits and patient outcomes of the Toe HemiCAP® and ToeMotion® Systems. It discusses the following:
          • Treatment options for the different stages of arthritis, from mild to severe.
          • Procedure and Hospital Stay Timelines
          • Pain Relief Comparison
          • Typical Patient Function and Activity Milestones
          • Overall Satisfaction
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    • #StayActive this Spring with Joint Pain

      Why would you exercise and move around with arthritis joint pain, if it only makes you feel worse? We know it may sound counterintuitive, but staying active is one of the most important things that you can do to combat joint pain and arthritis. Limiting your movements can weaken your muscles and decondition your body. Fun, low-impact exercises help strengthen the muscles and ligaments near the joints that are causing you pain, and could also increase your range of motion and flexibility. Regular exercise is good for your joints, your heart and your mind, which will all help you stay independent in your later years.

      4 Ways to Exercise this Spring

      1. Walking. You don’t need to run marathons to stay in shape and get your muscles working. If you suffer from joint pain, walking by yourself or with a friend is a great way to exercise. Walk somewhere that you can enjoy the scenery and the beautiful spring weather; try walking around a park, a zoo, through a garden, or even on the beach. You’ll think less about it being an exercise and more about how nice it feels to be outside!
      2. Gardening. While most of you would not consider gardening an exercise, it is a great way to burn calories and improve your mental health. According to AARP gardening is an aerobic exercise that helps you work new muscles in your body and improve strength, stamina and flexibility. It is extremely rewarding to see beautiful flowers that you grew or eat delicious produce that you worked to create. So, if you don’t already, try gardening this spring as a recreational exercise.
      3. Bike Riding. While you do use your knees to ride a bike, it is not nearly as harsh on your joints as running on the hard pavement is. Bicycling strengthens your muscles at the front of your thighs, which are key protectors of the knee. Stronger muscles help to stabilize the knees and help them to better absorb shock, which helps to reduce damage and pain. Find a local bike path and go at your own pace. Don’t have a bike? Look into renting one while you figure out if bike riding is the right type of exercise for you!yoga
      4. Yoga. Yoga is a low-impact exercise perfect for those who suffer from joint pain because its exercises can be modified to fit your individual needs and abilities. It has many benefits including increased flexibility and range of motion, improved balance and decreased joint stiffness. It also helps with psychological issues like stress and anxiety. If you suffer from arthritis, make sure you are using yoga blocks, cushions and support while practicing yoga. You can practice yoga anywhere, so take it outside this Spring!

      So, how are you going to #StayActive this spring?

       

       

      Sources

      http://www.synflexamerica.com/blog/spring-arthritis-joint-pain-relief-exercises.php

      http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20706071,00.html#three-way-hip-exercises

      www.brownmed.com/blog/arthritis-relief/springtime-exercises-to-relieve-joint-pain/

      https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/the-secret-to-joint-pain-relief-exercise

      https://www.artofliving.org/us-en/yoga/health-and-wellness/yoga-joint-pain

      http://www.cnn.com/2011/HEALTH/07/08/why.gardening.good/index.html

      https://www.livestrong.com/article/380447-bicycling-to-help-with-knee-pain/

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    • Shoulder HemiCAP Flyer

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    • Brian Be Nimble, Brian Be Quick… Thanks to the Shoulder HemiCAP Implant!

      Everyone, meet Brian! Our newest Shoulder HemiCAP patient testimonial!

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      Brian is currently a personal trainer and competitively sprints at the master’s level. However, when he was in his late 20’s, Brian seriously injured his shoulder while powerlifting. The injury caused a large bone spur and arthritis in his shoulder, but despite the pain, he tried to remain as active as possible, pushing through the pain daily. His sprinting began to suffer, as arms help to make running more efficient.

      Eventually, Brian’s pain and range of motion was so unbearable that he had to find a solution. After researching his options and discussing them with his orthopaedic surgeon, they decided the Shoulder HemiCAP Implant, with its benefits to active patients, was his best option.

      With no activity restrictions following Shoulder HemiCAP Surgery and recovery, Brian couldn’t wait to get back to the gym. Not only is he now able to fully raise and extend his arm and perform daily movements without pain, Brian is also back to sprinting and coaching his clients pain-free!

      Brian says that the Arthrosurface Shoulder HemiCAP has given him his “quality of life back” and that “other people should be looking at it, too!”

      Watch his full story in the video below:

       

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    • Arthrosurface Gains FDA Clearance of OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System

      FRANKLIN, Mass.April 18, 2018 – Arthrosurface® announced today that The Company received FDA 510(k) Clearance to market the OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System. This stemless total shoulder system provides the surgeon with an approach that results in increased exposure to the glenoid, minimizes bone removal, and is designed for patients with painful and/or severely disabled shoulder joints resulting from arthritis, traumatic events or AVN.

      “This truly is a revolutionary stemless total shoulder, which combines the concept of anatomic restoration with an aspherical head design that more closely replicates patient anatomy but also allows improved joint access for ease of preparation of the glenoid,” said Dr. Anthony Miniaci, MD.

      The OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System is cleared for use in conjunction with the novel Arthrosurface Inlay Glenoid System and according to a comparative study published in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, the inlay glenoid (socket) design was far superior to the onlay alternative with respect to the biomechanical stability.

      Steve Ek, CEO said, “The OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System is intended to be the first of a three-element modular stemless system that will ultimately allow surgeons to intra-operatively choose between stemless, traditional and reverse options.”

      About Arthrosurface

      Arthrosurface, Inc. is a global orthopedic medical technology business providing a broad portfolio of essential products and instrumentation used to treat upper and lower extremity orthopedic conditions caused by trauma, injury and arthritic disease. The product offerings include joint preservation implants, instruments and orthobiologics. Founded in 2002, Arthrosurface markets and distributes its products in the US and around the world and has succeeded in helping patients return to activity for over 14 years. For more information, please visit our website at www.arthrosurface.com

       

      SOURCE Arthrosurface, Inc.

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    • Arthrosurface acquires an acellular dermal technology from WASAS, LLC

      FRANKLIN, Mass., Oct. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Arthrosurface, Inc. announced today that it has completed the acquisition of an acellular dermal stabilization technology, including the intellectual property rights to and associated with this technology, from WASAS, LLC based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Arthrosurface plans to use this technology to develop and market a platform of novel methods to be used to correct orthopedic challenges in multiple therapeutic areas.

      Acellular dermis is derived from a human source, a process is used to remove cells and retain portions of the extracellular matrix (ECM). Dermal allografts have a history of human use in a wide range of clinical indications.

      “The availability of this allograft to Arthrosurface will allow us to execute on a pipeline of clinical applications that we have identified with our surgeon partners over the past several years,” said Steve Ek, CEO of Arthrosurface.

      About Arthrosurface

      Arthrosurface, Inc. is a global orthopedic medical technology business providing a broad portfolio of essential products and instrumentation used to treat upper and lower extremity orthopedic conditions caused by trauma, injury and arthritic disease. The product offerings include devices, instruments and orthobiologics designed to preserve and restore the joints so patients can regain and maintain an active lifestyle. The Company offers a variety of unique systems that provide less invasive technologies for surgeons that can be used to treat a wide range of joint conditions. Founded in 2002, Arthrosurface markets and distributes its products in the US and around the world and has succeeded in helping patients return to activity for over 13 years. For more information, please go to our website at www.arthrosurface.com

       

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    • Science Reconfirms Benefits of Shoulder Inlay Glenoid Arthroplasty For Active Patients

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    • Joint Replacement Awareness- Know Your Options!

       

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    • Marathon Training with Arthritis- Useful Tips!

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    • Arthrosurface Launches the Patellofemoral WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System

      FRANKLIN, Mass., March 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Arthrosurface®, Inc., a global leader in joint preservation technology, today announced the launch of its Patellofemoral (PF) WaveKahuna™ Arthroplasty System. The PF WaveKahuna implant is the next generation in Arthrosurface’s commercially-marketed line of Patellofemoral Systems. The implant is proven to improve patients’ quality of life through increased range of motion, reduced pain, faster recovery time and fewer activity restrictions.

      The PF WaveKahuna is designed to restore the unique articular surface geometry of the Patella and the Femoral Trochlear groove, while maintaining patients’ native joint anatomy. The system is a hybrid inlay-onlay design that incorporates a distal femoral trochlear groove implant that mates to a taper post via morse taper interlock. It is a larger implant than the original Arthrosurface PF Wave™, combining both the dome and anatomical patella implant components.

      “In 2006, we revolutionized the patellofemoral arthroplasty market with the launch of the PF Wave,” said Steve Ek, CEO of Arthrosurface. “Before the PF Wave, the orthopedic industry had all but given up on finding a reliable treatment for this patient segment. The PF WaveKahuna will yet again reinvent this class of arthroplasty devices by enabling surgeons to treat a substantially larger population of patients with much more complex patellofemoral pathology, using the same innovative technology that has made the PF Wave so life-changing for patients.”

      The PF WaveKahuna is designed for use in cemented arthroplasty for patients with osteoarthritis limited to the distal patellofemoral joint, patients with a history of patellar dislocation or patellar fracture and patients with failed previous surgery where pain, deformity or dysfunction persists.

      In a recent study of patients suffering from isolated patellofemoral osteoarthritis (OA), patellofemoral inlay arthroplasty was conducted using the Arthrosurface PF Wave implants. Data showed patients who received the PF Wave implant experienced high satisfaction and significant improvement in knee function and pain and had no radiographic progression of OA after five years. In contrast, the onlay group showed significant radiographic progression with 53 percent of patients exhibiting progression of medial and/or lateral tibiofemoral OA after two years.

      “The new WaveKahuna implant, with its larger lateralized flange, provides full trochlear coverage and, therefore, is the perfect solution for patients suffering from extensive patellofemoral cartilage defects,” said Andreas B. Imhoff, MD, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology, Director/Chairman Department of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, Hospital Rechts der Isar, University of Munich, Germany. “At the same time, the inlay design not only maintains existing biomechanics but also recreates a trochlear groove in patients with a dysplastic trochlear. So, no matter what caused the patellofemoral arthritis, the WaveKahuna implant fits nearly all of them, making it our favorite patellofemoral prosthesis.”

      To learn more about Arthrosurface’s Patellofemoral WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System, click here.

      Visit the Arthrosurface Booth #3806 at the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting, March 13-15, 2019, to learn more.

      About Arthrosurface®, Inc.

      Arthrosurface®, Inc. is a global leader in joint preservation technology, manufacturing less invasive joint replacements that are clinically proven to help patients stay active by increasing range of motion and reducing pain. The company’s product portfolio features more than 150 different surface implant curvatures for the knee, shoulder, hip, ankle, wrist and toe that are designed to treat upper and lower extremity orthopedic conditions caused by trauma, injury and arthritic disease. More than 100,000 patients have been treated with Arthrosurface implants since the company was founded in 2002. Arthrosurface markets and distributes its products in the United States and around the world, with more than 5,000 surgeons currently using Arthrosurface products in more than 25 countries. For more information, please visit our website at www.arthrosurface.com.

      SOURCE Arthrosurface, Inc.

       

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    • Here’s What We Have in Store for You at the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting – Booth 3806

      Come visit Arthrosurface at Booth #3806 during the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting to learn more about our less invasive joint replacements that are clinically proven to help patients stay active by increasing range of motion and reducing pain.AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting - Booth 3806

      *Spoiler Alert*

      We’re launching a new product at the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting and can’t wait to show you! Meet us at our booth, you won’t want to miss this!

      **Also, we’re showcasing our new OVOMotion with Inlay Glenoid arthroplasty System as well! Launched in the fall of 2018, the OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System with Inlay Glenoid. If you have not taken the time to learn about this revolutionary system, stop by our booth to do so!

      Innovation Theatre Session: Thursday, March 14th 3:15 – 3:35PM in Booth #3032:

      During our innovation theatre session Dr. Gregory Nicholson, MD, will discuss treating shoulder osteoarthritis using Arthrosurface’s Stemless OVOMotion and Inlay Glenoid Total Shoulder System. The combination of a non-spherical humeral head and inlay glenoid is proven to achieve 20-30% better range of motion compared to traditional stemmed/stemless designs. Further clinical insights, experience, and surgical technique will also be presented.

      Ask the Experts:

      Arthrosurface experienced surgeons will be at our booth to help you understand the benefits of our implant systems.

      Anthony Miniaci, MD, is a staff physician within Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Sports Health and his specialty includes shoulder reconstruction, knee reconstruction and cartilage resurfacing.

      Mr Raghbir Khakha

      Raghbir has published in all aspects of knee surgery and presented both nationally and internationally. He is an honorary lecturer at Winchester University and runs educational courses for higher orthopaedic surgical trainees in London. Raghbir is a long time user of Arthrosurface implants and is a great resource for all of your questions.

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      Meet a Patient:Meet Rudy Kadlub at the AAOS 2019 Annual Meeting

      Competitive powerlifter, Rudy Kadlub, will be joining us at our booth. Rudy has had both his shoulders restored using our OVO® Primary Stemless Shoulder System with Inlay Glenoid. He is currently the IPL World Champion in his division and continues to break records! Watch his full patient testimonial here.

      Toe Implant Systems:

      The ToeMotion Total Toe System restores mobility and maintains native biomechanics using a dual curved HemiCAP DF and a modular tray-style phalangeal implant with a threaded baseplate. Fourth generation fixation components provide stable constructs on both sides of the joint.

      Wrist Implant System:

      The WristMotion Hemiarthroplasty System is used in conjunction with a Proximal Row Carpectomy (PRC) to replace an arthritic or incongruent capitate for the treatment of SNAC & SLAC Wrists. **We’ll also be showing a sneak-peak of a new CMC Allograft product that will be available soon!

      Snacks!

      Because who doesn’t love snacks! Swing by our booth to fuel up with a hot cup of coffee and a freshly baked cookie and walk away with some new knowledge about our products, it’s a win-win!

      We hope to see you at Booth #3806!

       

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    • The OVO® Stemless Total Shoulder Implant with Inlay Glenoid Gets Roger Back Riding His Bike!

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    • Arthrosurface® Revolutionizes Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

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    • It’s National Almond Day! Here’s 3 Key Benefits to consider.

      Happy National Almond Day! It’s no surprise that when it comes to almonds, these little guys pack a big punch!

      But the question is, do you know just how beneficial the almond really is? We’re taking a look at 3 of the key benefits of including this super food in your nutrition plan. Keep in mind that when choosing an almond to snack on, going raw is your best choice.

      Quick fact: The almond in botanical terms, is not a nut but a “drupe” or stone fruit in which the outer fleshy part surrounds a single shell of hardened endocarp (flesh) with a seed or (kernel) inside.

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      1. Antioxidant 

      The powerful antioxidants in the almond are mostly found in the brown skin. Hence; why these are a superior choice over selecting blanched almonds. The antioxidants in this “super drupe” help protect against oxidative stress. Oxidative stress can cause damage to molecules in your cells which contributes to inflammation, aging and diseases like cancer.

      2. High in Calcium

      Almonds contain nearly 200mg of the recommended daily dose of calcium. Their versatility makes them an easy addition to your diet. Studies have also shown that when a clinical study was performed on ingesting almond meal, it increased the bone mineral density and inhibited the growth of osteoporosis forming cells. Ultimately showing that the almond has a truly positive effect on bone health!

      3. Magnesium

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      Overall, magnesium assures the strength and firmness of bones and makes teeth harder. Since magnesium participates in an astonishing array of biochemical reactions, it’s no surprise that it’s essential for healthy bones and teeth. Most notably, adequate magnesium is essential for absorption and metabolism of calcium. Lucky for you, just one ounce of almonds contains 80mg of magnesium!

       

      In conclusion, these powerhouse “drupes”  are worth considering when you are looking for a nutrient dense boost! Try as an alternative to dairy milk, added crunch to your salad or a “nut butter” spread on whole grain toast… the options and benefits of the almond are endless.

       

       

      Sources

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      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Almond

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    • Arthrosurface Launches the Stemless OVOMotion Shoulder Arthroplasty System

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    • Rudy is Back to Breaking Powerlifting World Records After Receiving Bilateral OVO Implants

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    • 5 Tips for Traveling with Joint Pain

      In the midst of summer, we know many people are heading out on their long-awaited travels. Whether it be a vacation with your family, a business trip, or a quick weekend get away with your friends, chances are you will be going somewhere this month for your next adventure. July and August are the most popular travel months of the year. If you suffer with joint pain, traveling can be tedious and not something you look forward to. Although it can’t be fully avoided, here are a few tips to help you avoid joint pain while traveling!

      Tips for Traveling Pain-Free

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      Walking and Stretching. Traveling involves a lot of sitting. Whether you are traveling by plane, train, or car, an important travel tip is to make sure to get up and move. The hours that you are sitting down can cause stiffness in your joints. Whenever you get the chance get up and walk, whether it be throughout the airport, at the pit stop, or around the train station, walking will help to make your joints less stiff. Before starting your trip, you should stretch. Stretching will help by reducing your stiffness and pain. It will also help loosen your muscles and prepare your body for all the sitting. Even if you feel as though you have walked and stretched enough, know that the more you walk and stretch the better you will feel.

      Make Sure to Pack your Medication. Many people think they can just skip out on taking their medication while they are on vacation. This is not a good idea. Not taking your medication can cause your joints to flare up even more. It will just add to the discomfort you will already be in from all the traveling. Another important tip in terms of medication is to make sure you pack it in an accessible area. Whether you are flying, driving, or taking the train, putting your medications in your carry-on bag or purse is extremely important. It needs to be somewhere you can get to easily and take whenever needed. In the case that your checked bag gets lost, at least you will still have your important medications on you.
      Travel Talk

      Discuss with your Doctor. Planning your vacation is a process and one very important step is speaking with your doctor. You can discuss with them what type of trip best suits you. The trip will depend on how much pain you are in because that can affect what you can and can’t do. Discussing the trip will help you have the best experience while on your vacation. The amount of time that you are traveling has an impact on any pain and stiffness that you’ll feel. Your doctor will be able to tell you how long they think you should be sitting down/resting during your trip.

      Staying Health Conscious. Eating healthy and staying hydrated are a few healthy lifestyle hacks that seems to slip away when traveling because most of the options for food are not very good for you. Things like chips and processed foods contain ingredients that cause inflammation. Next time consider bringing your own food to the airport. Things like apples, bananas, oranges and even sandwiches are allowed through airport security. Along with being conscious of what you are eating, also make sure you are staying hydrated. Drinking water is important in helping to minimize joint stiffness. Water bottles are often very expensive to buy at the airport, but you are allowed to bring your own reusable bottle when traveling (just make sure it’s empty when you’re going through security). Airports often have bubblers throughout the terminals or you can just ask any restaurant to fill up your bottle.

      TravelThink Ahead. If you can choose your seat when booking a flight or train ticket, book an aisle seat. Sitting in the aisle seat will give you the chance to get up whenever you start to feel stiff. Another benefit of the aisle seat is that you get to extend your legs, which can help with your pain. If possible, try to book a seat with extra leg room to give yourself a bit more comfort. Another way to travel smart when you have joint pain is to take shorter flights, if possible. Although having a bunch of connections takes longer, it will allow you to move more frequently. Even better than taking more flights is driving. By driving you are on your own schedule and you can make a stop whenever you want. Getting out, stretching, and walking around will help to alleviate stiffness and subside pain.

      Whether you are heading out on a crazy adventure or a trip only a few hours away make sure to keep these tips in mind to have the minimum amount of joint pain possible!

       

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      https://www.everydayhealth.com/knee-pain/traveling-with-knee-pain.aspx

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    • Arthrosurface receives FDA Clearance of Patellofemoral WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System

      FRANKLIN, Mass.June 29, 2018 — Today, Arthrosurface, Inc., a leading provider of minimally invasive, motion preserving joint restoration systems, announces their recent FDA 510(k) Clearance to market the Patellofemoral (PF) WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System. The PF WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System is a line extension to The Company’s previously cleared and commercially marketed family of HemiCAP® Patellofemoral & PF Wave Systems.

      Shane Shankle, VP of US Sales expressed, “As a market leader in Patellofemoral Arthroplasty, we are very excited to round out our line with the PF WaveKahuna System. The larger implants will allow a surgeon to choose from a wide range of size offerings to better serve the patient’s needs and allow them to maintain their quality of life.”

      The PF WaveKahuna restores the unique articular surface geometry of the Patella and Femoral Trochlea while maintaining the patient’s native anatomy. It’s innovative, extended lateral aspect and trochlear geometry is designed to address challenging Patellofemoral tracking and stability conditions as well as providing increased coverage of the trochlear groove. Furthermore, the novel patella design combines the clinical benefits of both the anatomic and dome patella implants from the PF Wave System. Additionally, the PF WaveKahuna femoral component is designed to mate with the currently marketed Arthrosurface PF Wave Fixation Component. The existing surgical technique is unchanged, with the addition of a superior ream step.

      “The FDA clearance comes shortly after data recently presented at ESSKA confirmed significantly improved postoperative outcomes with high patient satisfaction and no progression of knee arthritis at 5 years follow-up. The timing could not be better,” said Dawn Wilson, VP of Quality & Regulatory.

      About Arthrosurface: Arthrosurface, Inc. is a global orthopedic medical technology business providing a broad portfolio of essential products and instrumentation used to treat upper and lower extremity orthopedic conditions caused by trauma, injury and arthritic disease. Arthrosurface is the inventor and market leader in joint preservation with inlay arthroplasty. Our product offerings include joint preservation implants, instruments and orthobiologics. Founded in 2002, Arthrosurface markets and distributes its products in the US and around the world and has succeeded in helping patients return to activity for over 14 years. For more information, please visit our website at www.arthrosurface.com

      SOURCE Arthrosurface, Inc.

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      Franklin, Massachusetts based Arthrosurface, Inc. announced today that midterm clinical results reconfirmed joint preservation in patellofemoral (PF) surgery with the PF Wave™ Implant System. 5-year results presented by Dr. Jonas Pogorzelski at the recent ESSKA Congress in Glasgow, Scotland found significant improvement in symptoms and no progression of knee arthritis.

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      Isolated patellofemoral arthritis occurs when there is loss of cartilage limited to the central portion of the knee joint. For advanced stages, partial joint replacement has become the leading treatment. The Arthrosurface PF Wave Inlay Arthroplasty Design adapts and restores the patient’s unique joint surface providing a novel, anatomic approach to treating isolated patellofemoral arthritis. Derek Jones, MD, Section head of Sports Medicine and Cartilage Restoration at the Ochsner Sports Medicine Institute in New Orleans said, “Over the course of the past 8 years, I have been very encouraged seeing my patients return to high levels of work and sports following this procedure. Our joint preservation experience is similar to those presented at ESSKA.” In contrast, traditional Onlay implants require more extensive bone cuts and tend to sit high on the new joint surface, thereby increasing the risk of overstuffing the joint.

      PF Wave™

      Based on their findings presented at ESSKA, lead author Prof. Andreas Imhoff, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology, Director/Chairman Department of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine at the University of Munich concluded, “We observed significantly improved postoperative outcomes with high patient satisfaction at the two-year follow up. This trend held true for the 5-year results, too.”

      According to Matthias Schurhoff, VP of Clinical Affairs, “seeing these study results continue to show no arthritic changes at the 5-year mark while holding significant pain relief and functional improvement is very validating for us. These results support our belief that our unique inlay concept provides a contemporary arthroplasty track in patellofemoral surgery.”

      Arthrosurface continues to innovate Patellofemoral Arthroplasty by providing active alternatives to total knee replacement and allowing more patients access to knee preservation options.

      About Arthrosurface: Arthrosurface, Inc. is a global orthopedic medical technology business providing a broad portfolio of essential products and instrumentation used to treat upper and lower extremity orthopedic conditions caused by trauma, injury and arthritic disease. Arthrosurface is the inventor and market leader in joint preservation with inlay arthroplasty. Our product offerings include joint preservation implants, instruments and orthobiologics. Founded in 2002, Arthrosurface markets and distributes its products in the US and around the world and has succeeded in helping patients return to activity for over 14 years. For more information, please visit our website at www.arthrosurface.com.

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      Find a Doctor New Patient

      • Find a Doctor in your area who is experienced with our products.

        • How it works: If you click the find a doctor link on the top of our page it will bring you to a form. This form helps us learn a little about you, so we can help you find what you are looking for. After filling out this form you are brought to a page with a map of your area and a list. This map shows all of the doctors in your area that have done at least 3 Arthrosurface surgeries in the last 5 years. You can see what their practice names is, go to their website, or call their office. This is a great resource for those who are looking to connect with doctors who have experience with our products.
        • Didn’t find what you’re looking for, or want more information? We are happy to help answer any questions you have: contact@arthrosurface.com
      • Patient Testimonial Stories

        • Under the Patients drop down in the top navigation, click on “Patient Stories”. These are actual Arthrosurface patients that have shared their experiences with our products. You can filter the stories by joint, so you can see what people are saying about the procedure you are inquiring about.
        • These testimonials are 100% true and unscripted.
      • Patient Referral Network

        • Something you may not know is that we have a very extensive patient referral network here at Arthrosurface. If you feel unsure about a specific procedure one of the best ways to learn more is to talk to someone who has had it done!
        • If you contact us we can connect you with a real person who had the same Arthrosurface procedure you are looking into!
        • We connected Terri, who suffered from knee pain, with Letia, a HemiCAP® patient. The two met up in person and afterwards, Terri decided to go ahead with Knee HemiCAP® surgery!Arthrosurface Blog New Patient
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        • If you go to the blog/news tab, then you can read all of our blog posts! There is some great content in there for those who are suffering from joint pain. Here are some of the things you can find in that section:
          • Patient testimonials
          • Product releases
          • Tips to help avoid or relieve joint pain
          • Arthrosurface News
          • A whole lot more!
        • Subscribe to our blog, so that you never miss a blog post!
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          • Procedure and Hospital Stay Timelines
          • Pain Relief Comparison
          • Typical Patient Function and Activity Milestones
          • Overall Satisfaction
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    • #StayActive this Spring with Joint Pain

      Why would you exercise and move around with arthritis joint pain, if it only makes you feel worse? We know it may sound counterintuitive, but staying active is one of the most important things that you can do to combat joint pain and arthritis. Limiting your movements can weaken your muscles and decondition your body. Fun, low-impact exercises help strengthen the muscles and ligaments near the joints that are causing you pain, and could also increase your range of motion and flexibility. Regular exercise is good for your joints, your heart and your mind, which will all help you stay independent in your later years.

      4 Ways to Exercise this Spring

      1. Walking. You don’t need to run marathons to stay in shape and get your muscles working. If you suffer from joint pain, walking by yourself or with a friend is a great way to exercise. Walk somewhere that you can enjoy the scenery and the beautiful spring weather; try walking around a park, a zoo, through a garden, or even on the beach. You’ll think less about it being an exercise and more about how nice it feels to be outside!
      2. Gardening. While most of you would not consider gardening an exercise, it is a great way to burn calories and improve your mental health. According to AARP gardening is an aerobic exercise that helps you work new muscles in your body and improve strength, stamina and flexibility. It is extremely rewarding to see beautiful flowers that you grew or eat delicious produce that you worked to create. So, if you don’t already, try gardening this spring as a recreational exercise.
      3. Bike Riding. While you do use your knees to ride a bike, it is not nearly as harsh on your joints as running on the hard pavement is. Bicycling strengthens your muscles at the front of your thighs, which are key protectors of the knee. Stronger muscles help to stabilize the knees and help them to better absorb shock, which helps to reduce damage and pain. Find a local bike path and go at your own pace. Don’t have a bike? Look into renting one while you figure out if bike riding is the right type of exercise for you!yoga
      4. Yoga. Yoga is a low-impact exercise perfect for those who suffer from joint pain because its exercises can be modified to fit your individual needs and abilities. It has many benefits including increased flexibility and range of motion, improved balance and decreased joint stiffness. It also helps with psychological issues like stress and anxiety. If you suffer from arthritis, make sure you are using yoga blocks, cushions and support while practicing yoga. You can practice yoga anywhere, so take it outside this Spring!

      So, how are you going to #StayActive this spring?

       

       

      Sources

      http://www.synflexamerica.com/blog/spring-arthritis-joint-pain-relief-exercises.php

      http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20706071,00.html#three-way-hip-exercises

      www.brownmed.com/blog/arthritis-relief/springtime-exercises-to-relieve-joint-pain/

      https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/the-secret-to-joint-pain-relief-exercise

      https://www.artofliving.org/us-en/yoga/health-and-wellness/yoga-joint-pain

      http://www.cnn.com/2011/HEALTH/07/08/why.gardening.good/index.html

      https://www.livestrong.com/article/380447-bicycling-to-help-with-knee-pain/

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    • Brian Be Nimble, Brian Be Quick… Thanks to the Shoulder HemiCAP Implant!

      Everyone, meet Brian! Our newest Shoulder HemiCAP patient testimonial!

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      Brian is currently a personal trainer and competitively sprints at the master’s level. However, when he was in his late 20’s, Brian seriously injured his shoulder while powerlifting. The injury caused a large bone spur and arthritis in his shoulder, but despite the pain, he tried to remain as active as possible, pushing through the pain daily. His sprinting began to suffer, as arms help to make running more efficient.

      Eventually, Brian’s pain and range of motion was so unbearable that he had to find a solution. After researching his options and discussing them with his orthopaedic surgeon, they decided the Shoulder HemiCAP Implant, with its benefits to active patients, was his best option.

      With no activity restrictions following Shoulder HemiCAP Surgery and recovery, Brian couldn’t wait to get back to the gym. Not only is he now able to fully raise and extend his arm and perform daily movements without pain, Brian is also back to sprinting and coaching his clients pain-free!

      Brian says that the Arthrosurface Shoulder HemiCAP has given him his “quality of life back” and that “other people should be looking at it, too!”

      Watch his full story in the video below:

       

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    • Arthrosurface Gains FDA Clearance of OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System

      FRANKLIN, Mass.April 18, 2018 – Arthrosurface® announced today that The Company received FDA 510(k) Clearance to market the OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System. This stemless total shoulder system provides the surgeon with an approach that results in increased exposure to the glenoid, minimizes bone removal, and is designed for patients with painful and/or severely disabled shoulder joints resulting from arthritis, traumatic events or AVN.

      “This truly is a revolutionary stemless total shoulder, which combines the concept of anatomic restoration with an aspherical head design that more closely replicates patient anatomy but also allows improved joint access for ease of preparation of the glenoid,” said Dr. Anthony Miniaci, MD.

      The OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System is cleared for use in conjunction with the novel Arthrosurface Inlay Glenoid System and according to a comparative study published in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, the inlay glenoid (socket) design was far superior to the onlay alternative with respect to the biomechanical stability.

      Steve Ek, CEO said, “The OVOMotion™ Shoulder Arthroplasty System is intended to be the first of a three-element modular stemless system that will ultimately allow surgeons to intra-operatively choose between stemless, traditional and reverse options.”

      About Arthrosurface

      Arthrosurface, Inc. is a global orthopedic medical technology business providing a broad portfolio of essential products and instrumentation used to treat upper and lower extremity orthopedic conditions caused by trauma, injury and arthritic disease. The product offerings include joint preservation implants, instruments and orthobiologics. Founded in 2002, Arthrosurface markets and distributes its products in the US and around the world and has succeeded in helping patients return to activity for over 14 years. For more information, please visit our website at www.arthrosurface.com

       

      SOURCE Arthrosurface, Inc.

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      FRANKLIN, Mass., Oct. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Arthrosurface, Inc. announced today that it has completed the acquisition of an acellular dermal stabilization technology, including the intellectual property rights to and associated with this technology, from WASAS, LLC based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Arthrosurface plans to use this technology to develop and market a platform of novel methods to be used to correct orthopedic challenges in multiple therapeutic areas.

      Acellular dermis is derived from a human source, a process is used to remove cells and retain portions of the extracellular matrix (ECM). Dermal allografts have a history of human use in a wide range of clinical indications.

      “The availability of this allograft to Arthrosurface will allow us to execute on a pipeline of clinical applications that we have identified with our surgeon partners over the past several years,” said Steve Ek, CEO of Arthrosurface.

      About Arthrosurface

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