A.L.P.S.® Proximal Tibia Plating System


The A.L.P.S. Proximal Tibia Plating System represents the next generation in anatomic locked plating of tibial plateau fractures. The low profile plates are anatomically contoured to provide optimum plate conformity and subchondral support while minimizing soft tissue irritation.

The A.L.P.S. Proximal Tibia plates achieve optimal plate-to-bone conformity by way of two unique lateral proximal tibia plate shapes. These two plates are categorized as the standard curve and large curve and are available in multiple lengths. The slope shape allows the plate to contour and conform to the patient’s metaphyseal flare.

The A.L.P.S. Proximal Tibia plates incorporate a unique, double raft row of proximal screws and kickstand screws. This system allows the use of locking, variable angle, and non-locking screws.

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Warsaw, Indiana 46581 USA

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