Paragon 28, Inc. Launches the GORILLA(TM) R3CON PLATING SYSTEM

ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Sept. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Paragon 28, Inc. announced phase one of the U.S. commercial launch of its foot plating system that supplants the Normed product line previously distributed by Paragon 28.  The GORILLATM R3CON PLATING SYSTEM greatly enhances the product offerings of Paragon 28, joining the MonsterTM & Mini-MonsterTM Screw Systems and PreserveTM Bone Wedge Systems.

Comprised of 10 interchangeable subsystems, the GORILLATM R3CON SYSTEM offers innovative solutions for many common foot procedures including MTP fusions, Lisfranc stabilizations, Lapidus procedures and various opening wedge osteotomies.  Additionally, there is a wide array of non-site specific plates available for various other procedures.

Dr. Michael Houghton, a board certified foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon practicing at the Orthopaedic Center of the Rockies, stated “The GORILLATM System has helped me reduce my time in the O.R. thanks to the anatomic nature of the plates, double lead threads on the screws and Precision Guide cross-screw instrumentation.”

GORILLATM R3CON Screws are offered in three diameters, 2.7, 3.5 & 4.2mm and were specifically designed for three functions:  screw tip purchase in cortical bone, shank purchase in cancellous bone and increased strength in the neck region. This reinforced neck, known as TUFFNEKTM Technology, vastly increases the bending strength of the construct.

The MTP & Lapidus plates can be used in conjunction with the patent pending Precision GuideTM.  The Precision GuideTM attaches directly to the plate and is designed to provide various trajectories for a cross screw by not interfering with any of the plate’s locking screws.

The GORILLATM R3CON PLATING SYSTEM, along with Paragon 28’s other product lines, will be exhibited this week during AOFAS/IFFAS 2014 in Chicago @ booth #704.

SOURCE Paragon 28, Inc.


Josh Sandberg

Josh Sandberg is the President of Ortho Sales Partners and Partner for The De Angelis Group. He also serves as Co-Founder and Editor of OrthoSpineNews.

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