Total Ankle Joint Replacement (Wright INBONE® II)

Total Ankle Joint Replacement (Wright INBONE® II)

This surgical procedure is performed to remove portions of the ankle that are diseased or severely injured and to implant a device that will help manage pain and restore mobility to the ankle. Learn more about this procedure by watching the video below or by reading this article on Advanced Technology in the Fight Against Ankle Arthritis.

The Inbone II implant offers the surgeon and patient a variety of options for total ankle replacement, whether this is your first surgery or a revision/repeat ankle joint procedure. The Inbone II offers the ability to bypass segments of bone that are of poorer quality, including bone cysts, and provide stable fixation despite that. As with any important surgical decision, patients should consult with a foot and ankle surgeon regarding the best implant for their individual needs.