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Knee Replacement - Golden Steps

Focus on Rapid Recovery 


The medial-pivot designed to allow normal motion and natural function by replicating the native structure of the knee and providing a highly-conforming surface on the medial side.

GoldenSteps has been shown in simulated clinical testing to reduce the release of these metal ions, and builds upon the same medial-pivot legacy of 95% patient satisfaction with 98.8% survivorship at 17 years.

Golden Steps MSK

Full Function Faster

The peri-operative MSK Doctors protocols optimize the patient’s nutritional state, exclude function disturbing side effects and minimize pain. This concept has been designed by using the latest clinical evidence.

KNEE Stability Graph

LaMontagne M, et al. Quadriceps and Hamstring Muscle Activation and Function Following Medial Pivot and Posterior Stabilized TKA: Pilot Study

Pritchett JW. Patients prefer a bicruciate-retaining or the medial pivot total knee prosthesis. J Arthroplasty. 2011 Feb;26(2):224-8.

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Quadriceps efficiency

The Evolution® medial-pivot knee system enhances quadriceps efficiency and reduces the quadriceps avoidance found in traditional knee replacements. By enhancing quadriceps efficiency, the patient can have increased proprioception and a more normal feeling knee.


Research Guided

The MicroPort orthopedics Advance® medial-pivot knee system was launched in 1998, making it the first medial-pivot knee system available on the market. A culmination of years of research and design by Wright Medical and Dr. J. David Blaha resulted in a truly unique knee replacement design. With over 20 years of documented usage, MicroPort Orthopedics line of Medial-Pivot products have been used in over 600,000 cases in 70 countries worldwide. Patient reported satisfaction with a Medial-Pivot prosthesis is 95%, while the Medial-Pivot design has achieved outstanding clinical success worldwide, with documented 98.8% survivorship at 17 years.2

20th Anniversary
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Paul Lee


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