Introducing the next generation of rotator cuff repair

Introducing the next generation of rotator cuff repair

The biggest unmet need in rotator cuff repair is reducing retear rates.

Current Techniques Structural Failure Average


(range of 8%-94%)¹

Retear Rates table of data
Table of Other Treatment Failure Rates

Why do these constructs fail?

Tissue-Suture interface is
weakest link in RCR³

Rotation can increase load
at single point of fixation4

Gap formation can occur as the “repairs cut proximally into the bone at the superior margin of the distal-lateral fixation hole” 4

Current techniques may not optimize vascularity for tendon healing5

Is there a  stronger  construct?

Meet the next generation

anchor delivery instrument

Design Features

  • Single device = instrument + implant

  • Knotless

  • Single portal

  • No suture passing (transtendonous)

  • Continuous stitch

  • Scalable repair to size of tear

  • Bio-friendly (PEEK)

  • 2mm holes (crimson duvet)


  • Tightly spaced anchors (small anchors)

  • Continuous stitch

  • Individually locked

  • Tension controlled at each anchor


  • Load sharing across anchors

  • Compression of tendon-to-bone

  • Scalability of repair to tear size

repair of rotator cuff
cartoon of a wheel going fast
3 plus signs in a group


  • Improve load sharing

  • Minimize micromotion

  • Increase energy absorption


  • No knot tying

  • No suture passing

  • Increase efficiency

Ease Of Use

  • Scalable fixation to repair size

  • Consistent compression

  • Reproducible, predictable

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