The Subchondroplasty®

(SCP®) Procedure

is a minimally-invasive, fluoroscopically-assisted procedure that targets and fills subchondral bone defects through the delivery of AccuFill® Bone Substitute Material (BSM), a nanocrystalline, highly porous injectable calcium phosphate (CaP).

SCP® is usually performed along with arthroscopy for visualization and treatment of findings inside the joint. In some cases, an open or mini-open procedure is necessary for access to the defect.

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Patients

You may have a bone defect, sometimes called a Bone Marrow Lesion (BML). The Subchondroplasty® Procedure may help.

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Healthcare Professionals

A treatment option for subchondral bone defects, sometimes called Bone Marrow Lesions (BML).

The Subchondroplasty® (SCP ®) Procedure is a fluoroscopic, minimally-invasive procedure that targets and fills subchondral bone defects with a hard-setting bone substitute material that is replaced with new bone during the healing process.

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