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Helping Children
around the world

for over two decades

Our dedication to pediatric orthopedics over the last two decades has established Pega Medical as the first medical device manufacturer fully devoted to the development of specialty orthopedic implants for children. Because children have a developing anatomy and most adult orthopedic problems come from untreated or mistreated childhood skeletal problems, we set out in 1996 to conceive orthopedic implants, not only anthropometrically and biomechanically correct, but also that take into account one important factor: Growth!

Your partner in innovation from idea to market

Pega Medical is a company specializing in the design, development, evaluation and manufacturing of medical devices. Our innovative staff of bioengineers, industrial designers and ergonomists utilizes full 3-D modeling, Finite Element Analysis, static and fatigue testing equipment to deliver the highest quality products and designs to the healthcare industry in general and more particularly the surgeon.

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Toll Free: 1 877 739-5175

Phone: +1 450 688-5144


Scientific and trade events

Pega Medical will be attending the following meetings during the year of 2019-2020. Please come by to our booth or contact us to make an appointment if you would like to discuss our newest products.

AAOS 2021 Annual Meeting

August 31 - September 3, 2021 - San Diego Convention Center | San Diego, California

Latest publications

Abstract – Growth friendly fixation strategy to prevent proximal femoral deformity

Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics, 2020 – Dr. Vedant A. Kulkarni, et al.
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SCFE Symposium

Advancement in Non-Fusion Treatment of SCFE November 28, 10-11am EST - Virtual Symposium (Zoom)
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The Locking Pediatric Osteotomy Plate (LolliPOP™) System is a modular Blade-Plate intended for stable fixation of proximal femoral osteotomies (PFO) and fractures in the pediatric population. A modular design offers numerous advantages, including intra-operative flexibility, improved implant fixation, elimination of the chiseling step, superior accuracy, and a smaller incision, to name a few. However, does this modular design introduce a mechanical weak point?
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