The technique presented in this web site is devoted to joint stabilization of the stifle with rupture of cranial the cruciate ligament. The technique should be performed by a licensed surgeon, trained in the specific use of the instruments and implants described in this manual.
Any use different from the proposed one is at risk and under the user's responsibility.
This technique, although it can be considered a variation of the original TTA, has some peculiarities that make it unique in the method. In particular, its ability to determine the cyclic compression of the tibial ridge during loading and the osteoinductive characteristics of the implants drastically reduce the time required for the formation of the bone callus.
The technical characteristics of the procedure make it an affordable method by most orthopedic surgeons, but the specific features of some of the steps suggest that they attend a training course even for surgeons who already know and apply similar procedures.