Total Joint Replacement

Total Joint Replacement

Total joint replacement is a surgical procedure in which parts of the joint that have been damaged due to arthritis or injury is removed and replaced with a metal, plastic or ceramic device called a prosthesis. The prosthesis replicates the movement of a normal, healthy joint.

SIGMA® Total Knee System

Category: Primary Knees
The SIGMA® Knee System offers one of today’s most comprehensive, integrated knee systems. Based on the clinically successful P.F.C.® Total Knee System introduced in 1984, the SIGMA Knee continues a history on innovation based on clinical evidence.

The SIGMA Knee embraces a wide variety of surgeon philosophies and surgical techniques, while providing function, clinical results, and a variety of options for today’s patients. Available in posterior cruciate retaining or posterior stabilized femoral component designs, and fixed and mobile-bearing tibial component designs, this knee system is designed to provide surgical solutions for a variety of clinical indications.


Category: Primary Knees
The LCS® COMPLETE Knee System is based upon the original LCS® Mobile-Bearing Knee System, featuring the same low contact stress articular geometry. This rotating platform system offers surgeons cruciate sacrificing and posterior stabilized femoral and tibial insert components and fixed all-poly and mobile bearing metal-backed patella components.

LCS® COMPLETE Revision Knee System

Category: Revision Knees
The LCS® COMPLETE Revision Knee System is based upon the design principles of the clinically proven LCS® Total Knee System. This system offers surgeons solutions to help address the wide variety of soft tissue and bone defects often encountered during revision TKA.

S-ROM® NOILES™ Rotating Hinge Knee System

S-ROM® NOILES™ Rotating Hinge Knee System (NRH) is a clinically-proven1 hinge design for patients with severe soft tissue instability and/or bone deficiency. The system allows for optimal fit and fill for a wide range of bone deficiencies with the utilization of modular wedges, stem extensions, and metaphyseal sleeves.

Oxford Partial Knee

When assessing the choice of partial or total knee arthroplasty, it is important to understand the bene ts of each option. Clinical evidence in published literature suggests that there are several potential clinical bene ts with choosing a partial knee: long term results, early return to function,* more natural motion,* and reproducible technique.

The Oxford Partial Knee is intended for use in individuals with osteoarthritis or avascular necrosis limited to the medial compartment of the knee and is intended to be implanted with bone cement.


Less Pain, faster recovery, more natural motion.*
Is a partial knee right for you? Only your doctor can say for sure. But we can tell you this. Knee osteoarthritis sometimes only occurs on the medial side of the joint (the side closest to your other knee). In knees that are otherwise healthy, partial knee replacement can preserve the healthy bone, cartilage and ligaments.

Because the Oxford Partial Knee is designed to repair only one side of the knee, it's much smaller than a total knee implant. Other advantages of a partial knee include less pain,2-3 a faster recovery,1 and more natural motion.*4-5 And thanks to its unique mobile bearing design, the Oxford Partial Knee is the only one of its kind in the U.S. Research has shown that partial knee replacements with moveable plastic bearings like the Oxford have low wear rates.14

Total Shoulder Replacement

Reverse Shoulder Replacement

CORAIL® Total Hip System

Division: Hip
Category: Hip Reconstruction

With 1.6 million stems1 provided for patients worldwide and thirty years of clinical heritage, the CORAIL® Total Hip System now has the most extensive experience with a hydroxyapatite (HA) coated stem. Combining basic design features including shape, surface finish and extensive hydroxyapatite coating, with a simple compaction broach-only surgical technique, the CORAIL Total Hip System has demonstrated reproducible results and long-term biomechanical joint restoration.

CORAIL® Revision Stem

Division: Hip
Category: Hip Reconstruction

Based on the CORAIL® Hip System and KAR™ Hip Systems’ clinical history, the CORAIL Revision Hip System is a taper wedge revision stem that offers a bone-conserving option compared to modular revision systems. CORAIL Revision Hip System offers a simplistic technique and efficient instruments. It is an effective option for today’s primary and revision patients.