Replicating the kinematic profile of the natural joint
Countless studies demonstrate the tri-planar ROM at the tibio-talar joint during gait of healthy subjects.
Axiom's articulating surfaces offer tri-planar motion to replicate ROM of healthy gait.
Proprietary saddle shape design offers enhanced stability in the coronal plane, while providing all the benefits of a more congruent design.
Robust bone fixation features improve stability in three ways:
- Fixation perpendicular to the predominant loading vector
- Asymmetry to resist torsional loading
- Increased surface area for maximum osseointegration
An optimized porous architecture, designed for osseointegration.
- Sheet-based architecture maximizing surface area and porosity, with 100% interconnectivity
- Mesoscale pores for graft retention and supporting bony ingrowth
- High strength and fatigue resistance compared to strut- based architectures of the same porosity
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Scan to Surgery in as little as 14 days
Patient scan securely uploaded to Rx Studio and de-identified of PHI
Design proposal uploaded to Rx Studio for surgeon review
Surgeon approval of design
In house additive manufacturing by restor3d