OsteoMed ExtremiLock Wrist Plating System


The ExtremiLock Wrist Plating System includes the latest in variable-angle locking screw and plate technology to treat multiple reconstructive and trauma applications of the distal radius.


Distal Radius Fracture Fixation Using the Short VDR Plate with Jonathan Tueting, MD

In this surgical lab, Dr. Tueting demonstrates using the plate in a volar approach to the radius.

Design Rationale and Key Features of the Short Volar Distal Radius Plate with Jonathan Tueting, MD

Dr. Jonathan Tueting provides insight into the plate's design rationale and key features.

Osteomed ExtremiLock Wrist Video

This video includes an overview of the system and an animated surgical demonstration.

Short Volar Distal Radius (VDR) Plate

Designed to treat intra-articular fractures, the plate can be implanted with a smaller incision compared to a standard volar plate.
Screw Placement
The Short Volar Plate uses column screws that help provide more fixation points over a shorter plate distance.
Universal Screws
All screw holes are universally designed to accept both 2.4 mm & 2.7 mm screws.
Variable Angle
The locking screw head is designed to sit below the plate surface even at end-range angles.
Variable locking angle ranges
  • 2.4 mm screws: ±15 degrees
  • 2.7 mm screws: ±10 degrees
Cannulated Variable Angle Screw
The cannulated double-lead locking compression screw is designed to capture dorsal fragments through a universal screw hole or as a compression screw outside of the plate.

Pronator Quadratus (PQ) Sparing VDR Plate

The PQ sparing plate allows for minimal dissection of the PQ muscle and accurate screw implantation using the spanning and bone centering drill guide. Screw placement is designed to help support the articular surface for simple to complex fractures.