Orthopedic screws have been used to aid orthopedic treatments since 1912. The primary function of a bone screw is to produce compression in bones which is required to mend a bone injury.
An orthopedic screw converts all the forces that arise out of bone movement into compression and distributes this compression evenly throughout the surface of injured bones. It is due to this compression that a bone stays in place and heals faster.
Orthopedic crews can help in attaching implants to bones or anchorage or in fixation of soft tissue. Marver Med manufactures orthopedic screws for both fixation and repair. Our orthopedic screws are primarily made from titanium for its strength, lightness, and superior biocompatibility.
With over 75 years of high-precision CNC machining experience, Marver Med has the component experience needed for high-quality CNC machined medical devices and implants, and parts for the aerospace and defense industries. Discuss your orthopedic device project with us or design your component today.
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