Rotator cuff solutions

You expect the best.

And so do we.

Confidence in every partial and full-thickness rotator cuff repair.

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A breakthrough solution for MIRCTs

InSpace balloon implant

Stryker's comprehensive rotator cuff platform is focused on delivering simple, efficient and innovative technologies for arthroscopic and open rotator cuff procedures, so you canfocus on the patient. Our platform of implants and instrumentation is designed to offer unique solutions to address the complexities of partial, full-thickness and massive irreparable rotator cuff tears (MIRCTs).

Partial and full-thickness tear solutions

See the single and double row solutions you've been waiting for

From an all-PEEK self-punching knotless anchor to the industry's first reusable suture passer that does not require a disposable nitinol needle, we offer a complete rotator cuff repair solution designed with the best in mind.

Rotator cuff partial and full-thickness repair product portfolio
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Full-thickness retracted double-row rotator cuff repair with Dr. David Altchek*

Arthroscopic double-row rotator cuff repair with Dr. Hilary Malcarney*

Cadaveric demonstration of an arthroscopic rotator cuff repair with Dr. Hunter Greene*

Linked arthroscopic RCR and biceps tenodesis repair with Dr. Robert Hartzler*

Advancing rotator cuff repair with Dr. Michael Amini*

Arthroscopic double-row subscapularis and supraspinatus repairs with bicep tenodesis with Dr. Robert Hartzler*

*Stryker consultant

MIRCT solutions

From SCRs and graft augmentation to minimally invasive solutions, we've got you covered. 

MIRCT product portfolio
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