A comprehensive platform
for personalized TKA
Kinematic Alignment Total Knee Arthroplasty aims to personalize joint line reconstruction through anatomic resurfacing, with little to no ligament releases.
Studies show the potential of KA to improve knee function and patient satisfaction[1,2].
Medacta offers the most comprehensive platform for Kinematic Alignment.
The Kinematic Alignment Platform (MyKA) includes a particularly suitable implant for kinematic alignment supported by dedicated instruments and technologies and a tailored M.O.R.E. Education Program.
Based on knee anatomy and kinematic studies, GMK Sphere is a medially stabilized implant that has been proven to reproduce natural motion of the knee. GMK Sphere and Kinematic Alignment share the same ultimate goal of restoring the biomechanics of the natural knee.
A dedicated Kinematic Alignment instrumentation was developed to perform a personalized, reproducible surgical technique based on measured bone resections.
A web-based 3D pre-operative planning is available to kinematically align the implant using the proven accuracy of our MyKnee 3D printed patient-specific solution[6,7].
A tailored education program and scientific events created with an
ever-growing network of KOL.
 Dosset et al. A randomised controlled trial of kinematically and mechanically aligned total knee replacements. Bone Joint J 2014; 96-B:907–13
 Lee et al. Early Outcomes of Kinematic Alignment in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Meta-Analysis of the Literature, The Journal of Arthroplasty 32 (2017) 2028-2032
 Freeman MAR, Pinskerova V “The movement of the normal tibio-femoral joint”, J Biomech. 2005 Feb;38(2):197-208
 P. Schütz et al., Kinematic Evaluation of the GMK Sphere Implant During Gait Activities: A Dynamic Videofluoroscopy Study. Wiley Online Library DOI 10.1002/jor.24416
 A. J. Nedopil, et Al., Does Calipered Kinematically Aligned TKA Restore Native Left to Right Symmetry of the Lower Limb and Improve Function?, The Journal of Arthroplasty (2017) 1e9
 Anderl W et al, CT-based patient-specific vs. conventional instrumentation: Early clinical outcome and radiological accuracy in primary TKA; Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2014.
 Koch P, Müller D, Pisan M,Fucentese S, Radiographic accuracy in TKA with CT-based patient-specific cutting block technique, Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2013 Oct;21(10):2200-5.