MMP TTA for Cranial Cruciate (Knee) Disease

 

 

The MMP (Modified Maquet Procedure) TTA (Tibial Tuberosity Advancement) is an innovative surgery used for repairing cranial cruciate ligament ruptures in the knee joints of dogs. It is an alternative to a TPLO surgery that was introduced to the US 5 years ago. The MMP TTA procedure allows patients to return to function faster, and has less long-term complications than other techniques. A titanium foam implant is used to advance the tibial crest, which pulls the head of the femur back into proper position. This implant is porous and encourages bone growth into the implant for added stability. The implant will fill with enough bone 4-6 weeks after surgery to stabilize the repair.

Click here to see one of our patients how has undergone this procedure.

Dr. Dorn has completed training courses to perform this procedure. She is happy to accept referrals or new clients for orthopedic surgeries on dogs in Dell Rapids and the surrounding areas.

Contact us today and learn how more about how the MMP TTA can help your four-legged friend.

You can also click here to learn more about cruciate ligament repair.

Watch this video to see how the MMP TTA procedure is performed.