Every patient is different. At Medacta we look beyond the ordinary, and this has led us to design an advanced network of digital solutions to improve patient outcomes and healthcare efficiency.
Advanced planning tools, a revolutionary tracking system, and augmented reality potentially improve surgery accuracy and efficiency in surgical procedures, with limited upfront capital investment and cost per case compared to other technologies.
Medacta Educational Video Platform
Medacta TV is the M.O.R.E. Institute streaming platform that provides access to thousands of hours of medical education, supporting the scientific community and assisting surgeons in continuing their work while discussing and developing ideas.
With the M.O.R.E. Institute
the surgeon is never alone
A global education platform tailored to the needs of the individual surgeon, created to provide continuous support to professionals in the field of research and education, with courses addressing each of our business lines, improving patient outcomes.
More than an Anterior Approach
The AMIS technique is a minimally invasive anterior approach, following an intermuscular and internervous pathway, protecting and preserving periarticular structures integrated with a complete set of services that delivers healthcare efficiency with no additional costs.
An innovative implant designed to deliver maximum functional stability with the goal of increasing TKA patient satisfaction during activities of daily living and decreasing post-operative knee pain
Minimally Invasive Patient-Matched
A 3D printed patient matched solution in the midline cortical approach, to combine an excellent fusion rate with greater predictability of the clinical outcomes.
Redefining better in Orthopaedics and Spine surgery
Medacta is proud to announce that the first surgery with the CE marked and FDA cleared MOTO® PFJ has been successfully performed in the United States by Akbar Nawab, M.D., at Metro Specialty Surgery Center in Jeffersonville, IN. MOTO PFJ has been designed to address the specific needs of patients with osteoarthritis limited to the patellofemoral joint compartment.