Hyperpronated Foot clinical trials at University of California Health
1 research study open to eligible people
Evaluate the Continued Safety and Performance of the Foot and Ankle Products
open to eligible people ages 2 years and up
The objective of the registry is to evaluate the continued safety and performance of the Arthrex foot and ankle products including the ProStop implant for hyperpronated foot, Bio-Compression Screw for reconstruction surgeries of the foot, TRIM-IT Drill Pin, TRIM-IT Spin Pin for fixation of fractures and fusion (bunionectomy osteotomies) of the foot/ankle, Headless Compression Screws and Compression FT Screws for fixation of small bone fragments of the foot/ankle and DynaNite® Nitinol Staple to be used for fixation such as Lisfranc arthrodesis, mono or bi-cortical osteotomies in the forefoot, first metatarsophalangeal arthrodesis, Akin osteotomy, midfoot and hindfoot arthrodeses or osteotomies, fixation of osteotomies for hallux valgus treatment (Scarf and Chevron), and arthrodesis of the metatarsocuneiform joint to reposition and stabilize metatarsus primus varus and Beveled Headed FT Screws for osteotomy fixation of Hallux valgus repair (such as Scarf and Chevron etc.)
at UC Davis
Our lead scientists for Hyperpronated Foot research studies include Christopher Kreulen, MD.