This technique strives to alter the naturally-occurring downward slope (angle) of the tibial plateau. Because of this slope, the femur, which rests upon the tibial plateau, has a tendency to push the tibia forward; normally the CCL acts to restrain this thrust but cannot adequately stabilize the stifle joint when injured or torn. This biomechanical fixation procedure is designed to eliminate tibial thrust using screws and Plates.
All size screws from 2.0mm to 6.5mm are covered within the range. Various lengths and pre-contouring to enhance a
popular choice for TPLO surgery.