AxSOS 3 Ti Distal Tibia
Plating System

Monoaxial locking plate system for treating distal tibia fractures.

Plating that fits.

We understand the importance of a well-fitting implant. An implant that fits may reduce OR time, may decrease fracture malalignment, and potentially reduce patient discomfort, especially in areas such as the distal tibia where there is little soft tissue coverage.

  • Low profile plate designed to minimize screw prominence 
  • Patented locking screw head design helps ease extraction1
  • May allow for a less rigid construct, potentially resulting in increased callus formation and secondary healing2
  • Provides increased CT imaging clarity3
  • Offers excellent biocompatibility4,5



AxSOS 3 Ti Distal Anterolateral Tibia

  • 4 rafting screws close to articular surface
  • 2.7mm/3.5mm cortical screws used in the distal extension 
  • Kickstand screw designed to capture medial malleolus
AxSOS 3 Ti Distal Anterolateral Tibia



AxSOS 3 Ti Distal Medial Tibia

  • Designed to minimize screw prominence
  • Diverging screw trajectories in parallel plane
AxSOS 3 Ti Distal Medial Tibia
  1. AxSOS-WP-4 White Paper: Konowalczyk, S . et al. AxSOS 3 Titanium Plating System- Screw Removal Safety. September 2014
  2. Henderson, CE et al. 2010 Mid-America Orthopedic Association Physician in Training Award: Healing Complications are Common After Locked Plating for Distal Femurs. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research (2011) 469:1757-1765.
  3. Kataoka, ML et al. A Review of factors that affect artifact from metallic hardware on multi-row detector computed tomography. Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology, July/August 2010.
  4. Williams, DF. On the mechanisms of biocompatibility. Biomaterials (2008), 1-13
  5. Pohler, O EM. Unalloyed titanium for implants in bone surgery. Injury 31 (2000) S-D7-13.

CP-AWI-14, 07-2017