USA Clinical Study

Do you or someone you care about have a rotator cuff injury?

Ortho-Space is conducting a clinical research study to evaluate a new investigational device for arthroscopic treatment of massive rotator cuff tears in the shoulder.

 

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If you:

  • Are 40 years of age or over and in general good health
  • Are experiencing persisting shoulder pain for at least four (4) months which failed non-operative treatments
  • Have had an MRI within 9 months that confirms a full thickness rotator cuff tear
  • Willing to comply with all post-operative evaluations and visits

You may be eligible to participate in the InSpace™ Clinical Study!

 

 



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