Sometimes the best solution is the easiest one.
Traditional methods of resetting collapsed knee caps is a two step process. First, the physician must use a device that pushes the parts of the knee back into place. They must then insert a completely different device to inject a "bone cement" to keep everything in place. This project began when we asked a very simple question: "Why can't those devices be the same thing?" This was the birth of the Bone Tamp Cannula. Its concept is very simple - very effective, and like most things in life, the simplest solution is often times the best one.