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Hand Biomechanics Lab Inc

77 Scripps Dr Suite 104
Sacramento, CA 95825 United States
Phone:(916) 923-5073
Toll Free Number:(800) 522-5778
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Overview: Hand Biomechanics Lab we believe the best approach for developing new technology occurs from a partnership between surgeons and bioengineers. While the surgeon is generally the first to understand the need for, and the design concept of, a new technology, it is the bioengineer who refines those concepts and builds a prototype for trial in the lab. Following successful uses and modification in the lab environment, the product moves to manufacturing and begins the regulatory process.
Since 1979, Hand Biomechanics Lab has benefited from the synergy between the surgeon and bioengineer. We have created an environment that not only understands but also solves critical wrist and hand issues. Dr. Agee has carefully assembled a team specializing in the medical, engineering and business fields who work to develop new technology, always with the patient's best interest in mind.
UMDC Code: 231308
Fax: (916) 920-2215
Email: wristjack@handbiolab.com
Website: http://www.handbiolab.com
Company Type: Private
Business Started: 1989
Business Lines: Manufacturer
Sales Channels: Direct/Reps
Number of Employees: 13

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Fracture TurnKey Case Study 1
DS, 45 year old male with an acute fracture of his left ring finger PIP joint. His pre-op photo shows fracture of the base of the middle phalanx involving ~50% of the joint surface. The middle phalanx is subluxed.
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TurnKey FCS
For the TurnKey FCS to obtain and maintain joint realignment, 50% or more of the dorsal base of the middle phalanx, from the radial to ulnar sides, must be intact. AP, lateral and both oblique x-rays are necessary pre-op, and during TurnKey FCS installation and adjustment, to confirm an adequate portion of the intact dorsal base of the middle phalanx can be concentrically realigned with the condyles of the head of the proximal phalanx.
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The WristJack Fracture Reduction System was created around the mechanics of the distal radius fracture in order to help physicians obtain the best possible result for their patients. The WristJack uses gear driven adjustments to take advantage of functionally intact soft tissue hinges to achieve ligamentotaxis in multiple planes, or MULTIPLANAR Ligamentotaxis.
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