VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Dec. 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- LifeNet Health, a leading allograft bio-implant company, has released the KinetiGraft Tendon and the Triple Bunch Tendon, both offering new options for ligament reconstruction.
LifeNet Health's new bio-medical implants offer sports medicine physicians another alternative in repairing patient injuries. KinetiGraft Tendon and Triple Bunch Tendon can be used in the reconstruction of either the anterior or posterior cruciate ligament, as well as augmenting tendon instability.
"The KinetiGraft Tendon or the Triple Bunch Tendon presents a solution to an individual who wants to remain physically active after a sports injury. Our implants provide the safety record of Allowash XG(R) technology and offer that extra level of confidence for the surgeon. We know these implants can make a difference in a patient's health and help restore their mobility," says Craig Wolf, LifeNet Health Product Manager of Sports Medicine.
LifeNet Health's CEO Rony Thomas states, "LifeNet Health is advancing the marketplace in sports medicine. We strive to be the innovation leader with safety as our top priority with every implant we provide. Patients can be assured that the new bio-implants offer some of the best options for restoring health."
Since 1995, LifeNet Health has distributed more than two million bio-implants with no incidence of disease transmission linked to tissue screened and processed using LifeNet Health's proprietary Allowash XG(R) technology. "Surgeons can depend on us. We offer high-quality, safe bio-implants to save lives and restore health," states Thomas.
LifeNet Health, founded in 1982, is a full service biomedical tissue banking system and a leading non-profit organ and tissue donation agency whose mission is saving lives and restoring health. Known for its outstanding safety record and its unyielding commit
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