The New Leg Workstation Shipping Case is both protective and durable. It is ideally suited to both long and short haul transit.
The external dimensions are L 70 cm x W 70 cm x D 40 cm.
Tibial Adjustable Neutral Knee SD Insert (no Patella) has adjustable collateral
ligaments but is controlled through adjusters mounted on to the distal tibia
box section. This allows the tibial bone to be released relative to
the femur allowing deformity of the joint space, or ligament release for
The Varus Knee Insert (no Patella) has adjustable collateral ligaments but is controlled through adjusters mounted on to the distal tibia box section. This allows the tibial bone to be released relative to the femur allowing deformity of the joint space, or ligament release for balancing purposes
MITA Technology for Ankle Workshop
By creating modular ankle joint inserts plus a rigid platform to work on, ankle workshops are now quick, easy and reliable.
Developed for advanced surgical training courses.
Collateral ligament adjusters
Locking hip joint
Correct anatomical alignment to the hip
Engineered for long life and repeated use. With just the occasional servicing, the Foot Holder has been used in the field for over ten years.
MITA Co-Lateral Ligament Release Workstation with Locking Foot
Medial and lateral
co-lateral ligament adjusters mounted on the lower leg.
Locking foot to allow for exact and stable positioning of the tibial plateau whether internally and externally rotated.
The workstation allows for the Basic and Tibial Adjustable Knee inserts to be used.
Neutral, valgus or varus with or without patella.
Ligament release for correct balancing of the joint space after the bone cuts have been made.
Ligament tensioning to create realistic deformities to match the anatomy designed into the Varus, Valgus knee inserts.
Patents for MITA magnetic technology were granted in 1997 and since then we have made several types of magnetic knees, hips and shoulders. This latest version of the magnetic knee is generic and has the distal cut (9mm on the lateral condile, 6mm thick on the medial condile) and a tibial resection (8mm from the lowest point of the medial compartment of the tibial plateau).
The basic trainer knee is perfect for knee arthroplasty workshops. It is designed to illustrate the key anatomical relationships between the head of femur, the joint line of the knee and the foot. Without these key relationships the value of the surgical training is fundamentally flawed.