Introducing the next generation of rotator cuff repair

Introducing the next generation of rotator cuff repair

  • RCR before and after image
  • RCR image before and after - 2
  • RCR image- before and after 3

A repair your patients have never experienced before

Patient Experience

Learn from a patient who has experienced both repair methods.

Left shoulder:    Traditional method

Right shoulder:    Integrity Orthopaedics’ technique

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

Current Techniques Structural Failure Average


(range of 8%-94%)¹

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

Learn more