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Treace Medical Concepts, Inc.

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Treace Medical Concepts is focused on advancing the standard of care for Hallux Valgus (bunion) surgery.

Company Size:  101 – 500

Company Type

Founding Year: 2014

Treace Medical Concepts, Inc. is a medical technology company with the goal of advancing the standard of care for the surgical management of bunion deformities and related midfoot correction. Bunions are complex 3-dimensional deformities that originate from an unstable joint in the middle of the foot and affect approximately 67 million Americans1, of which Treace estimates 1.1 million are annual surgical candidates. Treace Medical has pioneered and patented the Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction® system – a combination of instruments, implants, and surgical methods designed to surgically correct all 3 planes of the bunion deformity and secure the unstable joint, addressing the root cause2,3 of the bunion and helping patients get back to their active lifestyles. Treace Medical also offers the Adductoplasty® Midfoot Correction System, the Mini-Incision™ Procedure, Triplanar 1st MTP Arthrodesis, the SpeedPlate™ System, and more to provide further support to hallux valgus patients.

The content herein is for informational purposes and intended for healthcare professionals only. Treace Medical Concepts, Inc. does not dispense medical advice. A surgeon should rely on his or her own professional clinical judgment when deciding whether to use a specific product when treating a particular patient. Prior to use of the device, the surgeon should refer to the instructions for use for complete indications, contraindications, warnings, and risks. Complete risk and benefit information: www.treace.com. Visit www.treace.com/privacy-policy for our Privacy Policy.

Treace Medical will make an offer of employment only to individuals who have applied for a position using our official application. Be on alert for possible fraudulent offers of employment. Treace Medical will not solicit money or banking information from applicants.

1Nix S, et al. J Foot Ankle Res. 2010. 27:3:21.
2Dayton P, et al. J Foot Ankle Surg. 2016;55:567-71.
3Dayton P, et al. J Foot Ankle Surg. 2018;57:766-770.

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