ToeMotion Modular Toe is Now Available!

May 30, 2014

More than 1 million people over the age of 50 are affected by arthritis in the big toe joint (aka the metatarsal phalangeal “MTP” joint). Hallux rigidus is a progressive disease and one of the most toe fusioncommon forms of arthritis in the big toe. This disease often results in pain, stiffness and enlargement of the joint. Several surgical procedures, such as cheilectomies and osteotomies, are used to address the pain and stiffness in the early stages of this disease. However, once the arthritis reaches the late stages, the most common option has been a toe fusion.

While a toe fusion can be effective at alleviating pain, it also eliminates any movement in the toe so it can no longer bend. This lack of movement can create limitations on daily activities and types of shoes patients are able to wear. Permanent activity modifications and complications from incorrect rotation, positioning or even nonunion (a gap in the fused joint) have made this procedure less attractive to the younger, active patient.

toe fusion alternativesWith the growing oppostion for fusions, the Arthrosurface team is excited to announce the launch of its new modular toe restoration system, ToeMotion™. This system consists of the metatarsal based HemiCAP® implant and a metal baseplate with plastic insert for the opposing side of the joint. The difference between the Arthrosurface® total toe and other existing replacements is that it is implanted into the bone rather than on top, leaving natural bone to support the implant around its edges. This type of implant placement does not disturb any of the surrounding tissue attachments which are needed to maintain stability and lift-off for walking. The Arthrosurface ToeMotion™ is also the only toe replacement that is implanted with screws on both sides of the joint to provide rock solid fixation.

For patients looking to maintain an active lifestyle, receiving a fusion and never being able to move their toe again is not a viable or appealing option. With the Arthrosurface ToeMotion™, there is now a system that is minimally invasive, completely stable and motion preserving.

Last week, Arthrosurface performed its first ToeMotion™ surgeries with Dr. Carl Hasselman at UPMC in Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Hasselman, who has been using the HemiCAP® system for almost a decade now and is the co-designer of the new ToeMotion™ system, combined the new phalangeal implants with the existing HemiCAP® metatarsal implants to create a toe joint restoration.

“I have known for quite some time that the screw based fixation of the HemiCAP® system is superior to any of the other press-fit solutions currently on the market. The instant fixation, immediate weight-bearing and early motion is critical to the excellent outcomes my patients have experienced with the Arthrosurface system over the past decade” said Dr. Hasselman.

Learn more about Arthrosurface Solutions for painful toes.

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128 responses to “ToeMotion Modular Toe is Now Available!”

  1. Theresa Greene says:

    I am 44 years old. I was having some pain in both of my big toes for a few years. It finally got to the point I could not take it any more. I was sent for Xrays and was told I have arthritis i both big toes. That was about 3 years ago when they told me that. Fusion was what they brought up. I really did not like the sound of that. I have not been able to bend them for about 7 or 8 years now. I take pain meds daily because that is not the only place I have arthritis, But when you have to be on your feet all day to work ….
    I am am really interested in more information on this

    • Ryan says:

      Hi Theresa,

      I know a friend of mine has hemicap implants (just the head side) in both feet and is almost three years out and back to playing golf, working out and has dropped about 25-30lbs. He used to walk on the outside of his feet and couldn’t even push off his back foot to swing a golf club properly. It’s impressive.

      Best of luck.

    • Gigie Hyneman says:

      I would like a surgeon in the Evansville Indiana area who can do this procedure.

    • Sara says:

      I am 40, and was in the Army for 10 years, abusing my feet. I had to have a fusion in my big toe 3 yrs ago and I love it! I can still run and do everything except lunges and push ups. Im okay with that. I just do more squats and accept my big butt.

  2. Pain at or near the area of the sesamoid bone 5 months after metatarsal component was implanted (1 October 2015). Surgeon did not install the phalangeal component.

  3. Kate says:

    If I’ve already had one toe fused (Hallux rigidus), could I get the total toe replacement for the other toe or am I stuck with fusion for both toes. What are the characteristics that make one a candidate for the total toe replacement? Is there any way to reverse the toe fusion that was done on my first toe and implant the total toe replacement system or am I stuck with the toe fusion forever. I am 38 years old and was told toe fusion was pretty much the best/only alternative I had so I went ahead with the procedure (Aug 2015). My other toe joint is completely degraded and am slated for another toe fusion but then I found this website. Please advise!!!

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hello Kate – We just sent you an email. Thank you

      • Connie says:

        I have the same question as Kate. Had one fused and other needs done as well – is fusion reversible and can the other toe be fixed with this alternative?

      • Sheryl Coggins says:

        I have the same problem as Kate. I had fusion in both toes and I’m worse off thank beofre the surgeries. My feet are always in pain.
        Please advise. Thank you so much.

      • Jody says:

        Hi, this is very interesting. I have had a First MTP Joint Fusion done on my right toe 7 months ago which was still painful and could not walk of off it, so I had an Osteotomy done 2 weeks ago to raise the toe up. It is till to early to know if it has made a difference as I am still on crutches and am not allowed to overload the fore foot. Is it possible you could send me some information about the ToeMotion please and if there is anyone who does it in New Zealand?

        Thank you

      • karen crowe says:

        I have had my big toe fused 51/2yr ago after breaking my ankle and leg.
        I complained that I couldn’t feel my toe and was advised to have a toe fusion.
        I feel angry as no other option was given.
        And would like any information on if I could could have something where I could bend my toe thanks Karen Crowe

    • Cheryl says:

      Hello, I have the same questions that Kate has. Please send me any information as I would like to have my big toe fusion reversed as well. Thank you kindly!

  4. Ami says:

    Are implants available for the interphalangeal joint of the big toe?

  5. I live in Massachusetts and want to know if there are any surgeons in my state doing the arthrosurface toe motion joint replacement. I have just consulted an orthopedist outside of Boston who showed me on my x-rays that osteophytes are present in the area where the cheilectomy was done 2yrs ago. I am getting pain and swelling in this area

  6. Joseph Rupe says:

    I have been advised today that I need a fusion on my left big toe. I can send a picture of the X-ray. Is there anyone experienced in the Ft Smith Ar area or 250 miles out with you products?

  7. Annette says:

    Hi. Im 48 have pain in both big toes. Right is the worst and it started in my late 30s. Told I have arthritis in big toe and surgery is not an option as it doesn’t work as fusing I’d the only option (last resort). The orthopaedic surgeon said he can give a steroid injection into my tendon underneath foot and in the joint. No mention on the success rate, and I assume I am not going to be able to drive myself home afterwards. Also told to manage with painkillers. Painkillers do nothing for the pain, tried insoles, I’m a nurse on my feet all day sometimes it’s so painful it burns up my leg. I’m not even 50 can’t retire til I’m 67. It cripples me now and I walk on the outside of my foot which caused pain in my knee and hip. Is this really the only option I have. I didn’t want to wait until it was too late to operate. The pain makes me want to cry now. Please tell me you do these operations in the UK and how to access it??

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Annette – We just sent you an email directly. Thanks!

    • Annette Edwards says:

      Hi Annette, I’ve just had my big toe fixed last week on the NHS. My surgeon used this product and I’m delighted to say I can wiggle my big toe already without much pain ( that’s just post op pain I believe) when you see your consultant ask him what implants he uses? I wouldn’t let it get too bad either… best get it done asap. Good luck!

  8. Mike says:

    I am interested in the Arthrosurface, can you tell me if there are any recommended surgeons in the Sarasota, FL area?

  9. Krista says:

    I have OA in both joints of the Right big toe, does your solution work if installed in both joint of one toe at once
    Thank you.

  10. Umesh Damania says:

    Hi there.. Is this available in the UK? Thanks

  11. James regnier says:

    Can you recommend a surgeon near Westport, CT. who is doing this procedure?


  12. Toni says:

    I have Hallux Rigidus of the Big Toe. Is their a Doctor in the Northwest that does the
    Arthrosurface Toe Motion as I live in Oregon?

  13. kayla says:

    How is the HemiCap better/different than Cartiva synthetic implant?

  14. Molly says:

    Hi, I would like to know who I might see for this procedure in Massachusetts.

  15. Renee says:

    I am six months post fusion of the big toe – still in pain, not walking properly. I have read about reversal of big toe fusion [unfusion] and replacement with Arthrosurface. Can you provide names of surgeons on the West Coast [California, Oregon, Washington] who are currently performing big toe unfusion procedures? thank you

  16. Edi says:

    I am 40 (men), profesional diver an very active in sport. I have Hallux Rigidus of the Big Toe. 5 months ago I had surgery (cheilectomy) and still cant move Big toe and still feel the pain. Can you make Arthrosurface after there is already made cheilectomy. I read that Cartiva Toe Implant for Arthritis is not posible after cheilectomy. Is it corect? Please can you give me your opinion an what I can do about it?

  17. Gavin says:

    I’m a runner that up until recently , would run up 100 km per week, even with only about 10 degrees dorsiflexion with tolerable discomfort. However, Hallux Rigidus has progressed such that running is no longer possible, with visible osteophyt growth and increased pain. I was advised that fusion would be the most reliable option, and return to running possible with a “rocker sole” shoe ang a slight up lift in the fused toe. Is it possible to return to running with hemicap resurfacing of big toe?

  18. Judy Johnson says:

    I have had cheilectomy surgery in both big toes and the outcome has been totally negative. I still have pain and, in fact, have additional pain caused by nerve damage. The range of motion was not improved and is decreasing. Because my gait has changed significantly I am suffering just about about everywhere! I have had arthroscopic surgery on both knees and now, because of my feet and my knees, I am suffering with hip pain AND back pain. It’s a vicious cycle that seems to have no good end. I have been dealing with these problems for the past 15 years. I’ve gained significantly from being inactive, whereas before this problem reared its ugly head, I ran, biked, and then reduced to walking, I “fitness” walked energetically every night of the week, and felt great! I’m 65, can’t play with my grandsons because of the discomfort, and honestly do not look forward to the rest of life such as it is. At the time of the cheilectomy surgeries, I was encouraged to have fusion performed. It was rather offensive to have a young doctor tell me, at the age of 50, to have fusion performed and that I could wear rocker shoes from then on. I was an active 50 year old! I was also told that joint replacement in the big toe is seldom successful and doesn’t last long, necessitating further surgeries. So, please tell me who in the Indianapolis, IN or Illinois or Ohio areas performs this type of surgery and what the success statistics are like. Thanks. Judy

  19. Rob says:

    Do you know if Boston Medical does this procedure?

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Rob, yes there are surgeons who use our products and operate at Boston Medical. We sent you an email with additional information

  20. Suzanne says:

    Hello, I am 51 and very active. I was just told that I am a candidate for replacement, what is the average recovery to be back in shoes? I know it’s vane but I don’t want to be wearing orthopedics at my son’s wedding

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Suzanne, We think its a very reasonable request to want to wear regular shoes at your son’s wedding! We just sent you an email with additional information.

  21. evelyn says:

    hi I would like to know if they except all type of insurance for the toe motion modular and anywhere in new York. I have a friend that’s going for a plastic fusion.

  22. Heather says:

    I had a chillectomy on my right foot for severe arthritis several years ago. The pain is back and more severe. Cannot be in my feet for very long and the toe is in constant pain. Is the total toe replacement an option for someone with severe arthritis or would the bone be too damaged for implants?

  23. Dee says:

    I was told by a podiatrist that I need either a fusion or a joint replacement in my big toe. He said that he could *try* to “clean up” the joint and remove all the bone spurs, but he won’t know the extent of the joint damage until he gets in there, and he would have a joint replacement at the ready, making the decision while operating. Is this a standard procedure for a podiatrist to work this way? He didn’t specify which type or brand of artificial joint he would be using either. When I asked his office staff for a rough estimate on cost for this surgery, their response was something to the effect of “We won’t know until after the surgery, and we bill insurance, and then you. We also can’t say what the surgery center and anesthesiologist fees will be.” That seems ridiculous to say that they don’t know what the cost will be. Can you recommend a surgeon in the St. Louis, MO area who uses this type of replacement?

  24. Chris says:

    Hi, lm a 46yo active male, l work long shifts on my feet and experience great pain in my big toe. l find that lm walking on the side of my foot which in turn gives me back and hip pain. l have been told its Hallux Rigidus and l have tried cortison and have been having shock wave treatmeant on my heel as its caused me to have plantar fasciitis. Nothing is working for me and the pain is quiet bad always now making it hard painful to even walk. l live in Australia, is there somewhere that you would recommend or would l be able to even have Arthrosurface surgery in the US.
    Please help! Thank you

  25. Valentina says:

    Hi my name is Valentina I’m 18 years old. I come from Europe. Because chemotherapy destroyed my bones I have had an ankle fusion, a knee surgery and I also got a hip replacement. Now my doctor said that I need either a big toe fusion or a bigtoe jointrepkacement. Can you send me some information please? I want to know if a replacement is also pissible if you have osteonecroses. And if yes how efficient would it be because mei orthopedist said that the only successfull method eould be the fusion.

  26. Barbara Sparks says:

    My 36 year old active daughter, with 2 small kids has had AR since she was 13. Her Rheumatologist told her recently the toes will need to have rods put in soon and she won’t be able to bend her toes (perhaps all 10 ) one day. Is your product something she could use?

  27. Sheri says:

    I had the hemi implant done in both big toes because of severe hallux rigidus 10 months ago. My toes do not bend (yes I did the bending exercises per my dr), and there is a good amount of pain in the upper part of both big toes when I walk. My dr has recommended I now do the total toe joint. I really don’t want to do anymore surgery and will this even solve the problem? I am so discouraged! How does this compare to the Cartiva? I just don’t know what to do. Please advise.

  28. Kathi Garrison says:

    I live in Beaverton Oregon. Are there any podiatrist who are using your technique? I’m scheduled for an implant in July and would like this instead.

  29. debbie priestley says:

    My joint was removed and left to heal on its own. Very painful and lack of motion or the ability to wear a closed shoe is not acceptable to me. I live in southern california. I have been looking into the Cartiva implants, is this the same thing?

  30. Steve Dicker says:

    I had arthrodesis on my left toe. Can the fusion be reversed & an implant put in?

  31. Deb Hill says:

    Hello, I had a right great toe implant about four years ago. I researched available products and found the ArthroSurface to be superior to any available at that time. Even though it was a HemiCap I’m pretty sure it was two sided just as the ToeMotion is now but it was not called that. Everything has been fine up to about 6months ago and now my great toe is beginning to cross over to on top of my second toe! I’ve just discovered that my wonderful surgeon has moved out-of-state! At the time, he was the only surgeon in the area who did great toe joint replacement. I am seeing an orthopedic surgeon in a couple days and hopefully he can figure out what is going on. Up to this point I have had absolutely no problems and have loved my result! Question . . . if there is something going on with the implant, can it be revised or replaced? I do not want a fusion! Too active for that! Also, I would like to give the ortho as much info on the implant as I possibly can. What product would have been used 4 years ago? Thanks for your input!

  32. Michael Long says:

    I would like to know whether there is any orthopaedic surgeon in Australia who uses HemiCap.

    I am particularly interested in the HemiCap Arthrosurfacing procedure for the 1st MTP joint. Thank you.

  33. Michael Long says:

    I am interested in the HemiCap Arthrosurface procedure to address hallux rigidus and pain in my big toe (1st MTP).

    Could you please advise me whether there are any surgeons in Australia who currently use this procedure, and, if so, please provide their contact details so that I can follow up locally. Thank you.

  34. Bill Koons says:

    I’m in need of a great toe fix. I had the other one fused 17 years ago and it has been fantastic pain free. Now though I don’t want to have the long wait time to heel a fusion. I like the idea of the arthrosurface. How many days until I can walk on it after surgery

  35. Corinne says:

    My husband is scheduled to have an arthrosurface total first MPJ. I was hoping to do a little research and review comments but it seems arthosurface only responds to individuals by email and not in posts available to the public. Is there a way that I can obtain answers to the posted questions?

    Thank you,

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Corrinne, We sent you an email a few weeks ago with additional information. Please let us know if you did not receive it.

  36. Andi Evans says:

    I would like to understand the difference and have a comparison between Arthrosurface ToeMotion and Cartiva implant as I have arthritis in my big toes and the one toe is starting to hurt.

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Andi, We sent an email explaining the differences. Please let us know if you did not receive it.

    • Valters says:

      Me having same problem.
      As I am volleyball player it hurted a lot and had infection inside
      Healed infection
      Now hurts only on walking 🙁
      But still searching for solution.
      As I am from Europe, Latvia its kinda difficult.
      Here PRO doctor says that is better to lock the joint together with screws.
      Sure i am not happy with that becouse locking gona disable me from volleyball at all 🙁

  37. Nancy says:

    Hi, very interested in this procedure. I had an interpositional resection arthroplasty on great L toe Dec 2016 and have as much or more pain as before. Dr wants to fuse it–I say no. I had same procedure on R great toe eight years earlier with a good result. I have always been active but have many limitations now as far as activity and shoe choice. I wonder if I am a candidate? Please tell me I am. I need some hope to believe I can return to my active lifestyle.

  38. Rosa says:

    Is there a surgeon in Worcester MA who has performed this surgery? I’m in constant foot pain.

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Rosa, We sent an email a few weeks ago with additional information. Please let me know if you did not receive it. Thanks!

  39. I had a fusion over a year ago and I’m still experiencing pain and constant swelling. Is this another option for me???

  40. Debbi Forbes says:

    Are there doctors if the Detroit area that perform this surgery. If not what is the closest city. Thank gki

  41. Mark McConnaughay says:

    Hi! I’m an active 50 year old male who underwent a cheilectomy and Cartiva implant in my left big toe in September, 2017 after a friend did extensive research for the same procedure. While she was out of pain in short order, four months later I’m still in a great deal of pain, and when the toe does bend the implant “catches” on the opposing bone until the force releases the friction in a very uncomfortable way. The surgeon says this is how it is SUPPOSED to work, he informs me that the x-rays look perfect. He then keeps offering a joint fusion as a next step. Completely unacceptable.

    Is the ToeMotion Arthrosurface an option for me, or have I already foreclosed that option by doing the Cartiva implant? I waited six years for an implant that would work, and I fear I’ve chosen one that failed me. The Arthrosurface looks much more thorough, and I believe I would no longer have the “catching” of the implant on the opposing bone since both surfaces are replaced. Thanks in advance for your time!

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Mark, I just sent you an email with additional information. But in short, yes, Cartiva Implants are successfully being revised to a Toe HemiCAP or ToeMotion implant.

  42. Sissy says:

    Hi. I am having the same issue as Mark and a few of the others. I had Cartiva Implant and cheilectomy on right great toe in August. Still having pain, in fact more pain that before the surgery, with decreased ROM. I cannot wear a closed to shoe, I am (or was at this point) a RN on a busy Med/Surg floor; so, open toed shoes are not an option. Yes, the surgeon is also informing me that fusion is the only option for pain relief, I do not think so! I am an the the Sugar Land/Houston, TX area. Please send information regarding this procedure along with any physicians remotely close to this area. Thanks!

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Sissy, We sent you an email last week with additional information. Please let us know if you did not receive it

  43. Katharina says:

    Hello. I have a fusion of the great MPJ that has given me a great deal of issues. I now have significant problems in my IP joint. And the fusion is extraordinarily limiting to a once active 35 year old. Is it possible to do an unfusion with this device? If so are there surgeons in the Atlanta, GA area?

  44. TOwens says:

    Hi, I had two surgeries in 2016 on both feet. On September 23, 2016 I had a bunionectomy and three hammer toes removed and fused together on my second, fourth and fifth toe on my left foot. On December 29, 2016 I had a bunionectomy and three hammer toes removed and fused together on my second, fourth and fifth toe on my right foot. I initially when in for a bunionetomy, the podiatrist I went to told me that I would eventually need my hammer toes done and she suggested that I have it done all at one time. She never explained to me that I would never be able to been my toes again. Now exactly one year later my feet are num and stiff all the time. I can’t wear regular shoes. I feel as if I am off balance alot of the time. Is there any help for my feet?

  45. Scott Johnston says:

    Are there Canadian doctors performing this procedure?

  46. Peggy says:

    I’m 54 years old and very active. I have arthritis in both my big toes, constant pain most days. My podiatrist said I’m to young for a toe replacement and I should get my toes fused. After reading through these comments I’m now very skeptical about getting a joint fusion. Please send more information on arthrosurface and if there are any Physicians in Wisconsin that perform this surgery,



  47. Louise says:

    Hi, I had a fusion on my big toe 8 months ago and I’m finding it very hard now to continue running. Could you send me some details please on reversing the fusion. At the time i was told this was my only option and for someone who is active this is now a big shock. Thanks

  48. Carol Marrs says:

    I had a consultation with an orthopedic doctor this week who said I had no cartilage in my big toe joint and he said fusion was his suggestion. I have not liked the idea of losing movement of that joint and have read about many negative outcomes from fusion surgery. I had arthroplasty surgery on my right thumb a few years ago and so far, so good. I have bone spurs and pain in both toes. I am interested in a procedure like the thumb arthroplasty. I live in Flower Mound, a town north of Dallas, Texas.

  49. Robyn Summerhayes says:

    I have had 2 failed plates post arthrodeisis. I am left with a non union and a broken plate in situ as I am unwilling to undergo another attempt at fusion …the only alternative offered by surgeon. The lateral pain post fusion due to altered gait was worse than the bone on bone pain I have now. I am considering cartiva but came across this alternative hemi- cap.
    Could you please advise me whether there are any surgeons in Australia who currently use this procedure, and, if so, please provide their contact details so that I can follow up locally. Thank you.

  50. Trish Morrison says:

    I had a sesamoid bone shattered 3 1/ 2 years ago, my 1st surgery the doc removed both sesamoid, after some healing time the pain continued and got worse when I attempted to walk, 6 months later – 2nd surgery was a fusion with screws of the 1st MTP joint, which again did not work my foot rejected the screws and the pain was awful, so then 6 months later after 2nd surgery onto the 3rd surgery where he put in a Flexspan flexible hinge toe with grommets into both the metatarsal and proximal phalanx @ the 1st MTP joint!! This last surgery was performed in 6/10/16 , I am still in a walking boot, can’t wear a shoe, and Have severe pain constantly everyday!! I have also now devolved severs osteopenia/osteoperitic bones from disuse! In order to work I still have to use a knee scooter because my job requires me to be on my feet all day!! Advise?????

  51. Tej says:

    I had a cheilectomy carried out in 2013 and at the time was told there was no cartilage left and expect to have a fusion in the future. Can I still have a HemiCap as an alternative to fusion?

  52. Patricia Lane says:

    Hi, My name is Trish and I have been hanging off having my big toe operated on after the specialist advised towards a fusion. Cartivia also advised that they are not in Australia. I follow a Facebook group regarding cartivia and have now since learnt about the hemicap in the last couple of days which has me searching regarding this being done in Melbourne Australia.
    Would there be any surgeons well trained in this here already? Please advise I am interested to learn more. Thanks Trish

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Trish, there are Arthrosurface experienced surgeons in Australia. We sent you an email with more information. Please let us know if you did not receive it!

  53. Jeffrey Hess says:

    I’ve had a Chielectomy over a year ago. Traded in one set of pains for new nightmare nerve damage at the site and ball area of big toe. My leg has shrunk a bit due to an off gait. I have pain in the back of my knee, doctor says not related, I’m calling bullshit! Also shooting pains up the same leg, especially when sleeping. Will the Arthosurface procedure work after a failed Chielectomy and can I still surf, snow ski and take my two hour walks pain free? Or am I just screwed? Also, is this a difficult operation to perform for a doctor who just found out about this? I’ve been putting the insert operation off for 6 months now, hoping for something better and doing research whilst still in pain. Will this work for me? I have just turned 56.

  54. Doug Stroberger says:

    I just had a Cartiva implant recess into the bone so I am back to bone on bone contact. Can Arthrosurface be installed if the Cartiva implant is removed? How long has this procedure been available? How many have been performed? Do you have test results that you can share?

  55. Pamela Gelfand says:

    Do you have a list of surgeons in the US that perform this procedure.
    Sent an email earlier this week.
    Please respond.

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Pamela! Our Find a Doctor tool is a great resource to find Arthrosurface trained surgeons in your area. Please use this link to do so. After filling out the form it will take you to a map showing all of the surgeons in your area that use our products. Please let us know if you need any further assistance!

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Pamela, we sent an email earlier this week. Let us know if you did not receive it!

  56. Amber Jackson says:

    I had a joint fusion over 5 years ago and I’m only 33. I am not happy with the results. I still have pain and cannot be as active as I would like. Is this an option for me.

  57. George says:

    Hi please send me information on reversal of fixation. Thank you

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi George, we just sent you some more information via email. Please let us know if you did not receive it!

  58. Brendan says:

    Does artho surface make an option for fifth toe joint replacement?

    • arthrosurface says:

      Hi Brendan, unfortunately we do not have an implant for the 5th metatarsal. Please let us know if there is anything else we can help you with!

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