MOTO Medial is an anatomic and compartment-specific partial knee designed to replicate individual’s anatomy with optimal coverage, balance and alignment, addressing patients’ unique clinical situation.
The M.O.R.E. Education Program for the MOTO Partial Knee was created to provide continuous support to surgeons. It is a proven training program with comprehensive surgeon to-surgeon interaction to assist with the adoption of this enhanced partial knee. It is Medacta’s mission to reduce the challenges associated with learning a new system and ensure that NO surgeon is ever left alone at any point of their learning curve.
The education program involves the following steps:
You will have the opportunity to visit a Reference Center and observe live MOTO procedures.
During the learning center you will participate in both a didactic and cadaveric session which include:
Analyzing clinical cases, ranging from simple to complex
Exploring the philosophy, indications, and contraindications associated with UKA
A thorough review of all of MOTO instrumentations and implants
Reviewing the surgical technique & pearls associated with MOTO system
One on one cadaveric work with the assistance of an experienced MOTO Proctor
Upon request you will receive the assistance of an experienced and highly trained MOTO Surgeon Proctor for your first surgeries at your facility. Our commitment to your education and comfort with this system are paramount, so this resource is available until you feel comfortable and confident enough to proceed on your own.
After you have done your first set of MOTO Cases, Medacta encourages you to repeat any of the steps which will, in turn, aid in diminishing your learning curve.
Simply contact your Medacta representative and we will arrange your participation in the MOTO Education Program.