In a groundbreaking development, OrthoPediatrics Corp. (NASDAQ: KIDS) has just received the green light from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its innovative Pediatric Nailing Platform | Tibia (PNP Tibia) surgical system. This remarkable addition to their Trauma & Deformity Correction suite is poised to revolutionize the treatment of fractures and deformities in the lower extremities of pediatric patients. With 51 unique surgical systems tailored exclusively for young patients, OrthoPediatrics is leading the charge in advancing pediatric orthopedics.
The PNP Tibia System boasts a range of rigid cannulated nails, from 7mm to 12mm in diameter, accompanied by specialized instrumentation to facilitate various surgical techniques. Crafted with children’s anatomy and growth in mind, this system is a testament to OrthoPediatrics’ commitment to providing top-tier solutions for the unique needs of young patients.
Joe Hauser, President of OrthoPediatrics’ Trauma & Deformity Correction business, expressed his enthusiasm for this milestone, highlighting how the PNP Tibia System is set to empower physicians in providing tailored care for children with tibial trauma and deformities.
This cutting-edge system builds upon OrthoPediatrics’ acclaimed Pediatric Nailing Platform, solidifying the company’s position as a market leader in trauma products designed specifically for pediatric patients. As the system gears up for a third-quarter 2023 launch, OrthoPediatrics continues to fulfill its mission of equipping surgeons with the tools they need to make a difference in young lives.
About OrthoPediatrics Corp.
Embracing a visionary mission since its establishment in 2006, OrthoPediatrics stands as a trailblazing orthopedic company committed solely to advancing the realm of pediatric orthopedics. Its unwavering dedication has led to the development of an unparalleled portfolio, shaping the future and transforming the lives of children grappling with orthopedic conditions.
With a remarkable lineup of 51 surgical systems, OrthoPediatrics dominates three major domains in the pediatric orthopedic landscape: trauma and deformity, scoliosis, and sports medicine, alongside other crucial procedures. Setting its sights globally, OrthoPediatrics boasts a sales network exclusively dedicated to pediatric orthopedics, making its transformative products accessible not only in the United States but also in over 70 countries worldwide.