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Arbor - Ypsi Foot & Ankle Centers
3768 Packard, Suite A
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

INFINITY™ with ADAPTIS™ Technology for Ankle Arthritis

Next Generation Total Ankle Replacement

At Arbor - Ypsi Foot & Ankle Centers, we are constantly making every effort to provide you with the best possible care and the longest-lasting treatment options for ankle arthritis. Part of this effort providing the latest technologies that can help improve outcomes and long-term benefits for you. This is why we’re excited to offer our patients with end-stage ankle arthritis the INFINITY™ with ADAPTIS™ Technology system, the latest innovation in total ankle replacement surgery.

INFINITY™ with ADAPTIS™ Technology

INFINITY™ with ADAPTIS™ Technology is the first 3D-printed total ankle system* and represents the next phase in the evolution of total ankle replacement surgery. This system uses 3D-printed porous material to help facilitate integration of the bone and implant, while the EVERLAST™ inserts improve wear resistance that can help extend the life of the implant.1

  • PROPHECY pre-operative guides feature a personalized navigation system that can create a plan for sizing and aligning the implant to your unique anatomy for the most natural fit possible.
  • Designed to relieve arthritis pain while increasing mobility.
  • It can help promote longevity, stability and mobility. ADAPTIS™ 3D printed, porous metal components facilitate integration of the bone and implant, which can result in a more stable and longer-lasting implant.2

If you are interested in learning more, please reach out to our office to schedule a consultation.

*Based on publicly available information.
1. When compared to Wright Medical traditional ankle UHMWPE poly inserts through bench top testing according to ISO 22622. Data on file.
2. Data on file at Wright. Claim based on data from rabbit femur model. It is unknown how these results compare with clinical results in humans.


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