The Orthofix Limb Reconstruction System™ (LRS) is a series of modular monolateral external fixators to be used in reconstructive procedures for treatment of short stature, bone loss, open fractures, non-union, and angular deformities.
The eight-Plated Guided Growth System™ consists of different sizes of eight-Plate and quad-Plate plus different cannulated and solid screw options. The device is designed for the gradual correction of paediatric congenital as well as acquired deformities
The Locking Proximal Femur (LPF) plate system is designed for long bone fractures and osteotomies in children and adolescents, and is indicated for derotational and angular osteotomies, where a bone is cut to shorten, lengthen, or change its alignment.
The MiniRail™ system is a stable solution for fractures and for lengthening of small bones. The MiniRail Fixator is indicated for foot and hand lengthening in adults and for pediatric forearm lengthening.
The OrthoPediatrics Spica Table offers surgeons a properly engineered device for casting procedures. This radiolucent, lightweight, and durable device enables the user to carefully hold hip or femur reduction and take fluoroscopic images of the patient be
OSCAR™ was introduced specifically to facilitate the removal of bone cement during hip revision procedures using ultrasound to soften the cement shell holding the implant in place. Special probes are deployed in a sequence to collect and remove the soften
PediFlex flexible nailing system is indicated for the treatment of long bone fractures of the femur, tibia, humerus, and fibula. Elastic intramedullary nailing of long bone fractures is safe, minimally invasive, and associated with few complications
The PediNail Intramedullary Nail is anatomically designed to meet the unique needs of pediatric and adolescent patients, and is available in diameters of 7, 8, 9, and 10mm with lengths ranging from 20-38cm. The procedure is performed using a lateral troch
The TL-HEX™ is a hexapod-based system designed at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC, Dallas, TX as a three-dimensional bone segment reposition module to augment the previously developed TrueLok frame
The TrueLok™ Ring Fixation System, developed at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC) in Dallas Texas, is one of the modern variants of the original fixator, but preserves many of the original principles of Professor Ilizarov.
The XCaliber® Articulated Ankle Fixator is made of radiolucent material for unobstructed x-ray visualization. The metallic bolts and the cam and bush of each ball-joint, the clamp cover and the base of the ankle clamp are the only radio-opaque components.