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1. Professionals  
What functions does Ligamys perform? The implant fulfils a dual function: Advantages of Ligamys compared to reconstructive procedures: the native anterior cruciate ligament remains intact when the…  
2. Surgical technique  
Ligamys The Ligamys implant consists of a thread and a monobloc with a spring system. It creates a dynamic connection between femur and tibia, which stabilises the joint and relieves the injured…  
3. Rehab  
In cooperation with Inselspital Bern, a special rehabilitation scheme for Ligamys aftercare was developed. The rehab scheme provides four phases. Ligamys Rehabilitation For optimal…  
4. Referral  
Prerequisite Treatment with Ligamys must be carried out within 21 days after the cruciate ligament rupture. Ligamys treatment may be indicated if: Objective instability exists: ≥ 3 mm AP…  
5. Training  
Get to know Ligamys You can learn about the implant and the surgical technique at congresses or webinars. Webinar und Workshop Before the application of Ligamys in practice, a two-stage…  
6. Downloads  
Brochure Further information relating to Ligamys Documents in other languages can be found on the Mathys website mathysmedical.com Videos Further information relating to Ligamys  
7. Termins of use  
Owner and operator of this website is Mathys Ltd Bettlach headquartered in Switzerland. All information, images and additional content are the property of Mathys Ltd Bettlach. Use of the website is…  
8. Data privacy noitice  
These web pages contain general information about the Ligamys implant, crucial ligament injuries and its treatments as well as the manufacturing company Mathys Ltd Bettlach. They do not contain…  
9. Imprint  
Site operator Mathys Ltd Bettlach Sporthopaedics Robert Mathys Strasse 5 P. O. Box 2544 Bettlach Switzerland www.mathysmedical.com Contact ligamys@mathysmedical.com Tel. +41 32…  
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