Recapture the freedom of movement. Ankle arthritis can take some of the magic out of life. Find out about treatment options, watch patient success stories, and learn about MoveWright, the total ankle replacement procedure that can be customized to your unique ankle anatomy to relieve pain and increase mobility—so you can return to the activities you love.

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Ankle replacement shouldn’t be one-size fits all. The MoveWright™ total ankle system is designed with this in mind, and offers three different implants that can be used and tailored according to your specific needs and ankle anatomy. To determine the procedure that is right for you, use the physician locator tool to schedule a consultation with a specialist in your area.

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Meet some other individuals who were convinced they’d never enjoy their favorite activities again—until their lives were transformed by MoveWright™ Total Ankle Replacement.


Important Safety Information is available here.

Individual results and activity levels after surgery vary and depend on many factors including age, weight and prior activity level. There are risks and recovery times associated with surgery and there are certain individuals who should not undergo surgery. Only a physician can tell you if this product and associated procedure are right for you and your unique circumstances. Please consult with a physician for complete information regarding benefits, risks, anticipated implant duration and possible outcomes.

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