AMIS Medacta has become the global leader in assisting orthopaedic surgeons with their transition to the anterior approach

AMISMedacta has become the global leader in assisting orthopaedic surgeons with their transition to the anterior approach. AMIS (Anterior Minimally Invasive Surgery) is the only hip replacement technique that follows both an inter muscular and inter nervous path to greatly decrease damage to periarticular structures while preserving tissue. AMIS is a true muscle-sparing procedure supported by the industry’s most detailed surgeon training protocol

PRIMARY TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT Medacta’s wide ranging portfolio of femoral and acetabular products honor the clinical heritage of the industry’s most prominent design concepts, while also implementing modern advances to reach highest standards of implant performance.

The concept of tapered wedge femoral stems has been shown to provide excellent implant stability in short term, mid term and long term clinical studies. The MasterLoc Hip System follows this philosophy, presenting a novel proximal coating – Mectagrip, designed for initial stability and long term fixation. With an optimized design, the MasterLoc Hip System is suitable for all MIS procedures, especially the AMIS approach.

Progressive triple offset

The MasterLoc Hip System offers a unique progressive triple offset, which allows for an easier and more effective management of the patient’s femoral offset, completely independent from the leg length. This MasterLoc Hip System distinctive offer helps achieving good restoration of the hip joint bio-mechanics in nearly all patient populations.

Mectagrip coating

A coating treatment consisting of a layer of commercially pure titanium, deposited through Vacuum Plasma Spray technique (VPS). This method offers a high friction coefficient for enhanced initial stability, and long term fixation thanks to an optimized porosity: open pores with high porosity level, pore dimensions between 100-350μm, and a continuous interconnectivity.

AMIS friendly design

The MasterLoc Hip System is designed to accommodate all MIS techniques. The instruments and implants have been specifically designed to reduce the risk of damaging soft tissues when utilizing MIS procedures, in particular the AMIS approach.

Simple and reproducible broach only technique

Tapered wedge design with a distally reduced shape

This design philosophy seeks to allow the implant to self-seat within the femoral canal, achieving enhanced mediolateral stability. Applying modern advancements to promote bone preservation, MasterLoc Hip System features a reduced distal geometry and stem length. These features have been introduced to enhance implant fit in the metaphysis while also enhancing performance in Dorr type A, B and C femoral canals. These advances may help prevent unexpected distal fixation and other fit issues demonstrated by early flat, tapered wedge hip systems.

REVISION TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT Medacta’s revision portfolio includes multiple implant and instrument options designed to meet the high standards of today’s orthopedic surgeon. Featuring both femoral and acetabular options, Medacta’s products accommodate the increasing interoperative demands commonly presented today.

HEMIARTHROPLASTY Medacta’s line of hemiarthroplasty products consist of various cemented and cementless femoral component designs, while also allowing the surgeon to meet patient demand with both uni-polar and bi-polar acetabular products.

PATIENT MATCHED TECHNOLOGY Building on the momentum of Medacta’s award winning Patient Matched Technologies, the MyHip system is an advanced pre-operative, patient specific tool for surgeons that features 3D pre-operative planning while delivering femoral and acetabular patient-specific surgical instrumentation.


Medacta offers a comprehensive Total Knee System with multiple implant options designed to address the unique needs of patients and surgeons

Medacta offers a comprehensive Total Knee System with multiple implant options designed to address the unique needs of patients and surgeons. The core of the system is an innovative Medially Stabilized Knee implant, designed to deliver maximum functional stability and improved knee kinematics with the goal of increasing TKA patient satisfaction during daily activities and potentially decreasing post-operative knee pain.


Based on the knee anatomy and kinematic studies performed by Prof. Michael Freeman and Prof. Vera Pinskerova, the GMK Sphere is an innovative total knee 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.

Medacta’s patient matched instrument platform for Total Knee Replacement facilitates accurate implant positioning while providing surgeons with an advanced 3-D pre-operative planning tool and patient-specific surgical instrumentation. The system offers unparalleled options accommodating any surgical approach, including bone referencing, ligament balancing and muscle sparing, while reducing the overall reusable instrument footprint in the operating room.


MySpine is a tailor made patient specific spine vertebrae guide, created to lead the surgeon through the critical steps of accurate pedicle screw placement whilst reducing the surgical time and intra-operative X-ray radiation.


MySpine Pedicle Screw Placement guides are developed specifically for each patient.


Standard MySpine guides are suitable for challenging deformities and long constructs. Low Profile MySpine guides are ideal for degenerative cases.


The surgeon determines the entry points for the pedicle screws, and sets their trajectory along with the main geometrical parameters.

The Mecta-C family of Cervical Interbody Fusion Cages and Anterior Plates represent a complete System to fuse and mechanically support the cervical spine in case of degenerative disease, trauma, tumors and deformity.

The Mecta-C Cage System consists of PEEK and titanium coated PEEK intervertebral fusion devices capable to offer effective load sharing and optimal biocompatibility.

The Mecta-C Plate System is designed to offer biomechanical stability in situ and flexibility in terms of implant range and configurations.

The Medacta MectaLIF Posterior Interbody Fusion devices are shaped for solid initial fixation, and long term spine stabilization. Made of PEEK and Titanium coated PEEK material, the MectaLIF Fusion Devices offer biocompatibility and anatomic shaping to address your unique patients.
  • Each implant features a chamfered leading edge for effective interbody distraction and less effort upon insertion.
  • A variety of interbody heights, lordotic angles and footprints allow significant options when selecting the correct implant for your unique patients with bi-cortical bridging.
  • Large autograft windows allow the delivery of significant volumes of bone to support bone growth through the cages.

The M.U.S.T. Pedicle Screw System is an unconstrained polyaxial screw, rod and connector design applicable to degenerative, deformity and trauma indications using traditional open or MIS (mini-open) surgical approaches.

  • Ultimate Versatility in One System.
  • Ability to lock polyaxial head without in-situ rod to create monaxial rigidity for parallel compression/distraction.
  • Pre-sterilized implants increase logistic efficiencies and reduce hospital preparation.
  • Dual-thread lead advances screw with control and speed.
  • Specialized enabling instruments for rod reduction and set-screw threading.
  • Polyaxial and monoaxial in solid and cannulated versions.
  • Range of diameters available to cover the thoracic, lumbar, sacral and sacro-iliac fixation needs.
  • M.U.S.T. Link Cross Connectors provide an easy-to-use option to improve the stabilisation of the treated spine.

The perception of natural environments can be enriched with useful information, measured in real-time by the system and displayed on the glasses worn by the surgeon, superimposed to the operative field of view in a highly intuitive way, with the goal to improve safety and quality of the surgery.


The protocol is based on CT image acquisition. This enables an accurate and personalized plan
in order to optimize implant positioning and joint balancing

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