The ARC Wrist Tower is a prime example of form following
Designed for treatment of both soft tissue injuries and
fractures of the wrist, the ARC Wrist Tower provides stable
traction with virtually unrestricted access to the wrist during
arthroscopic procedures and fracture reduction techniques.
The tower achieves and maintains traction with ease, while
allowing the surgeon better access to the wrist from a
number of angles. The tower can be maneuvered to enhance
fl uoroscopic imaging, making it easier to evaluate reduction
and the subsequent placement of hardware.
Providing an “extra set of hands” that can be valuable in the
OR, the ARC Wrist Tower is an invaluable assistant to both the
surgeon and surgical staff alike.