Nerve conduits and wraps provide an encasement for peripheral nerve injuries and protection of the neural environment. NeuroMatrix, Neuroflex, and NeuroMend are semi-permeable structures that allow diffusion of nutrients and neurotrophic factors into the conduit, but provide a barrier to larger, scar-forming cells.1,2

  • Neuroflex is the only nerve conduit indicated for the treatment of symptomatic or painful neuromas and features corrugated walls allowing it to bend up to approximately 60 degrees without forming an occlusion3,4
  • Designed to be an interface between the nerve and the surrounding tissue to prevent the ingrowth of scar tissue