The Episealer® in my practice, presented by Dr Clemens Kösters.
Episealer in the knee – Clinical outcomes, presented by Mr Tim Spalding.
Episealer mini metal implant in the Knee and Ankle, presented by Associate Professor Tim Spalding and Professor Niek van Dijk.
Each Episealer implant is unique,
carefully designed to match your anatomy perfectly.
Each year, more and more people are diagnosed with arthritis.
Episurf wants to help you who suffers from knee pain with early signs of arthritis to return to the life you want to live.
To ensure you receive the best possible treatment for your cartilage lesion, every step in the process focuses on you. First, an MRI scan of your knee is needed. This scan will then be used to compose a damage marking report, including a virtual 3D model of your knee joint. This 3D model will be the basis for the design of your individualised Episealer implant and surgical instrument kit. Below you can read more about each step.
To obtain a clear image of the
lesion and your knee,
2D and 3D MRI scans are taken
These images are then used to create a
virtual 3D model and visualisation
of your knee joint
This 3D model is the basis for the
design of your individualised