CrossRoads penetrates the tumor correction market with invisible incision and 4D products

Before and after tumor surgery

Before and after tumor surgery

Before and after tumor surgery

Memphis, Tennessee, September 28, 2021 (Globe Newswire) – CrossRoads Extremism Systems Proud to announce that she has now completed 5000NS The bunion procedure as it penetrates the bunion correction market with a combination of high-tech surgical systems and the recovery is faster.

For milder tumors, CrossRoads offers the 3D MiniBunion® System (MIS) that allows recovery while walking and leaves a nearly invisible incision. For more severe bunions, CrossRoads has developed the dynaBunion® 4D MIS system that realigns the toe in three dimensions and adds a fourth dimension to continuous compression, which maintains bone alignment for improved healing.

“Roughly 23% of people between the ages of 18 and 65 have a tumor. It’s a massive problem and every tumor is different,” says Vernon Hartdigen, CEO of CrossRoads. “CrossRoads is the only company to offer MIS surgery, 4D correction, and continuous compression to treat any tumor from mild to severe. Our current tumor product offering and development pipeline truly embrace our quest to continually create breakthroughs for faster healing.”

The innovative miniBunion® 3D system allows surgeons to restore toe alignment in 3D through a small incision in the side of the foot hidden from the patient’s view. Additionally, MIS surgery allows patients to recover from walking. “Recovery while walking is critical for most patients,” says Alex Weinber, Vice President of Marketing at CrossRoads. “A large proportion of miniBunion® 3D patients are busy mothers who are the primary caregivers for their families and cannot be away from their feet for long periods.”

For more severe tumors, CrossRoads offers the dynaBunion® 4D MIS. The product is based on a procedure known as Lapidus that has been in place since the mid-1930s. Without the dynaBunion® procedure, Lapidus operation is a technically demanding procedure that requires surgeons to keep small bones in 3D alignment at one time while surgical devices are inserted. The dynaBunion® system facilitates technology for surgeons by maintaining bone alignment to increase accuracy, reduce incision size and reduce surgery time. Additionally, the dynaBunion® system features patented DynaForce® pressure plates. These are the only implants on the market that are able to speed up healing by stabilizing the bone and providing constant pressure.

“I feel lucky to have found this company,” says Michael Campbell, MD. “When I perform surgery with the CrossRoads Tumor System, I feel comfortable knowing that the product is up-to-date and my patient will achieve the best possible results.”

“Our company is driven to create advanced products for faster healing,” says Hartdegen. “The minimally invasive qualities and proven implants of both the dynaBunion® and miniBunion® systems achieve this goal.”


CrossRoads was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. It is the only foot and ankle company to market advanced techniques for faster healing. The company serves the foot and ankle community with new technologies that improve the operating room experience and patient outcomes through simplicity and precision for the surgeon as well as sustainability and lower costs for healthcare organizations. CrossRoads Staple Compression Plate (SCP) Technology is the only orthopedic coating system on the market today to deliver improved stability with continuous compression; Optimizing conditions for bone healing in fusion procedures. The company makes use of this technology in a wide range of implants and device systems for the procedure, packaged, sterile, and licensed for both lower and upper extremity indications. CrossRoads EcoSMART® hardware service provides customers with sterile, reusable instruments for every surgical condition, as well as post-operative retrieval and reprocessing of these instruments. EcoSMART® reduces the inefficiency of traditional non-sterile tool trays and eliminates the waste associated with typical disposable tools.

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Media contact:
Alex Weinber

Related Images

Picture 1: Before and after tumor surgery

Picture 2: miniBunion® slit

The miniBunion® incision on the side of the foot is hidden from the patient’s view.

Picture 3: dynaBunion® Tools

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