Ortholoc SPS Shoulder Plating System
Stainless steel proximal humerus plating system designed for calcar-focused fixation, providing 3 calcar screws to help anchor the plate and provide strong head fixation. This system is designed to help prevent varus head collapse by enabling accurate calcar screw placement.

Key design features

Designed for

A calcar first technique, Ortholoc SPS is designed for an accurate and simple calcar screw placement with three anatomic guide blocks that offer different screw patterns according to patient anatomy to accurately target medial calcar and help prevent screw cut-out.

Designed for accuracy

Designed for

Features a 20mm slot hole for further height adjustment with 2mm increments. Additionally, 3DSi polyaxial locking technology offers 20° variable angle locking to alter the direction of locking screw to find desired screw placement.

Designed for adjustability

Designed for

With three calcar screws, Ortholoc SPS offers reliable and strong fixation. Furthermore, the anatomic guide blocks place the screws at the periphery of the humeral head to purchase harder bone and to prevent direct articular surface perforation.

Designed for Anchoring
Plate design

Product offerings
Standard Plates

Standard plates

  • 9 proximal screw holes including 3 calcar screws

  • 7 proximal suture holes

  • 5 plate lengths. 
Posterior Plates

Posterior plates

  • Designed to capture the greater tuberosity to counteract the pull off force of the infraspinatus

  • Right and left options

  • 6 proximal suture holes

  • 2 posterior bendable branches to match patient anatomy

  • Posterior exposure of the proximal humerus may be preferable
Greater Tuberosity Plate

Greater tuberosity plate

  • Designed to address isolated greater tuberosity fractures

  • Bendable plate to match patient anatomy

  • 8 proximal suture holes 
Screw Selection

Screw selection

  • T-15 head design

  • 3.5mm screws available as non-locking, standard locking and blunt-tipped locking.

Bone grafting option

If bone voids remain after bone fragment reduction, Pro-Dense may be injected into the defects that are not intrinsic to the stability of the skeletal system. The Pro-Dense paste cured in situ provides a void/gap filler that can augment the provisional hardware. The cured paste acts as a temporary support media and is not intended to provide structural support during the healing process.


Bone Grafting Option
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