The Taylor Spatial Frame: What Is It?

The TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME is a metal frame with six telescopic struts, that may be individually extended or contracted in relation to the rest of the frame.
It is circular in shape. The TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME may cure a variety of skeletal fractures, malunions and nonunions, since it has six separate axes of movement and can thus address, even the most complex congenital abnormalities and trauma situations. External fixation is minimally invasive to soft tissues and allows for percutaneous reduction and fixation. The TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME system has all the advantages of a circular fixator, without the complexity thanks to simplified instrumentation and cutting-edge technology.

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Features and Advantages of the Taylor Spatial Frame

Stability: The circular construction enables almost instantaneous weight bearing, which speeds up bone strength development and fracture healing.

Adjustability: Unlike ORIF, the TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME system enables alignment and postoperative fracture reduction.

Versatility: Using fixed angled pins in several different planes provides the best stability, while causing the least amount of soft tissue injury.

Simplify: Web-based software helps doctors and patients plan and administer care.

Based on the ILIZAROV Method, the TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME is an external device for limb correction, lengthening, and/or straightening. This external fixator allows the surgeon to precisely shift bones into their exact anatomical alignment by utilizing the body’s inherent capacity to develop healthy new bone tissue. Your most difficult instances on the arm, leg, or foot may be corrected with the TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME.

With streamlined instrumentation and innovative hardware, the TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME system offers the maximum benefits of a circular fixator without the complexity.