Age shouldn’t be an automatic presumption of bone quality.

Retrospective data review has proven in patients over the age of 60 that canal-sparing devices show significant improvement in strength and range of motion when compared to preoperative assessments1. With quality humeral bone to support implantation, SIMPLICITI Shoulder System is designed to be a great bone-sparing option for total anatomic shoulder replacement.

Surgeons who use canal-sparing systems such as SIMPLICITI have experienced simplified surgical steps, decreased intraoperative blood loss, OR time, and infection rate2,3. Patients implanted with SIMPLICITI showed improvement in both pain reduction and activity levels3.

  1. Wright Medical Group N.V. White Paper CAW-8496
  2. Berth A., Pap G. Stemless shoulder prosthesis versus conventional anatomic shoulder prosthesis in patients with osteoarthritis. J Orthop Traumatol 2013;14:31-7
  3. Churchill R., Clinical and radiographic outcomes of the SIMPLICITI canal-sparing shoulder arthroplasty system: a prospective two-year-multicenter study. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2016;98:552-60
  4. Churchill R., Stemless shoulder arthroplasty: current status. J Shoulder Elbow Surg 2014;23:1409-14

Metaphyseal placement avoids humeral canal variables, increasing accuracy and reproducibility

Successfully completed IDE trial with zero signs of implant loosening, subsidence, or migration

Canal sparing design provides maximal humeral preservation and early intervention options