PE-backed orthopedic company acquires 4 implant portfolios from Surgical Frontiers

Written by Alan Condon | November 26, 2019 | Print  |

CrossRoads Extremity Systems, backed by private equity company HealthpointCapital, acquired four orthopedic implant product lines from Surgical Frontiers on Nov. 25.

The acquisition includes:

1. The Kator portfolio of soft tissue-to-bone reattachment devices for Achilles tendon repair, ligament stabilization and arthroscopic rotator cuff repair.

2. The OsteoPrecise family of cutting guides for bone alignment in osteotomies and fusions.

3. The SpeedButton device for anatomic ligament reattachment.

4. The Metrics family for reproducible restoration of anatomic bone alignment and ligament function in ankle sprains and fractures.

The acquisitions are part of CrossRoads' goal to bolster its position in the orthopedic extremities market.

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