Accelerate your innovations by reducing time, cost and risk with orthopedic simulations
Our products and services help you develop cutting edge designs for orthopedics implants and joint replacements, within reduced time frames and costs. We provide objective, data backed solutions to help you address a wide array of development challenges such as determining load-bearing requirements and fulfilling regulatory obligations.
- Knee – total, partial arthroplasty, ACL/PCL reconstruction etc.
- Hip – total, partial arthroplasty, acetabular cup, fixation nails & screws etc.
- Shoulder – total, reverse, hemi-arthroplasty, clavicular plates etc.
- Spine – disc replacements, pedicle screws, fixators etc.
- Patient-specific solutions
“I am responsible for the design and development of joint replacements prostheses and have worked with AnyBody Technology for the past 15 years to evaluate skeletal joint reaction forces and motions. Our collaborations have evaluated both static and dynamic conditions including simulation a physical training exercise with motion capture to account for acceleration of body mass. Other simulations have determined the magnitude and direction of the joint reaction force resulting from external forces applied to a limb and from maximum isometric contraction of joint function muscles. Evaluations of skeletal joint mechanics conducted by AnyBody have proven to be important and necessary part of the joint replacement design and development process”
Jerome Klawitter, PhD. Senior Engineer, Smith and Nephew, Austin, Texas
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Recent orthopedics webcasts
- Patient-Specific Spine Analytics
- The future of personalized orthopedics: Kinematic modeling to restore premorbid knee functionality through robotic assisted TKA
- The role of the anterior hip capsule in daily hip performance
- Modeling subject-specific femoral torsion for the analysis of lower-limb joint loads
- A Model-based methodology to predict the biomechanical consequences of tibial insert thickness after total knee arthroplasty
- A methodology to evaluate the effects of kinematic measurement uncertainties on knee ligament properties estimated from laxity measurements
- Subject-specific lower limb modeling and evaluation with a force-dependent kinematics natural knee model
- Understanding the mechanical environment of the hip joint
- Advancing knee joint modeling towards clinical use
- Development, validation and clinical applications of patient-specific musculoskeletal knee models