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Par·a·gon (noun)

Paragon

An ideal instance; a perfect embodiment of a concept. A model or pattern of excellence or perfection.

Twen·ty·eight (noun)

Twenty-eight

The second perfect number. The number of bones in the human foot including the sesamoid bones.

Welcome to commitment to foot and ankle. Welcome to Paragon 28.

Paragon 28 was established in 2010 to address unmet and under-served needs of the foot and ankle community. We are dedicated to creating tailored solutions and tools to improve the treatment of even the most difficult foot and ankle conditions. Paragon 28 operates under the following principles: inclusion and respect of individual surgeon’s preferences, creative innovation, high-quality, cost-effective implants, and a strong belief that through research and innovation, we can create new and improved solutions to the challenges faced by foot and ankle specialists.

Foot and ankle surgeons are our primary focus at Paragon 28. We listen to your ideas, your criticisms, and what needs to be better. We seek to understand your hesitance and frustrations with certain procedures and focus on how we can make things easier. The name “Paragon 28” was chosen by design — to never lose focus on our goal to advance the science of foot and ankle surgery.

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Innovation

The key to innovation is reinventing the space in which we work, rather than filling that space with more products.

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Currently we have spent:

125

days

06

hours

43

minutes

27

seconds

Developing innovative solutions for the foot and ankle surgeon.

20055

Surgeries Supported

28

Patents Filed

Lisfranc Plating System

The Gorilla® Lisfranc Plating System was designed around creating several solutions for surgeons with options for patients of varying sizes and shapes with differing diagnoses. Each plate was drafted and tested to fit the unique contour of the Lisfranc joint to retain the contour during in-situ fusion or restore the normal contour of the Lisfranc joint in a trauma case.

 

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