Knee Implants

PF HemiCAP Classic, PF Wave, and WaveKahuna Arthroplasty Systems and UniCap Knee Implant System

Are you suffering from knee arthritis or Patellofemoral (PF) arthritis and searching for an alternative to a traditional total knee replacement? Anika’s bone sparing technology helps bridge the gap between early biological treatments and invasive traditional total knee replacement surgeries allowing patients to return to an active lifestyle.

The Anika PF HemiCAP® Classic, PF Wave® & WaveKahuna® Arthroplasty Systems are used to treat damage located behind the kneecap. The UniCAP® knee implant system is used to treat damage located on the inside or outside of your knee (the condyles). All our bone-sparing implants allow your surgeon to restore only the damaged area of the joint while preserving your knee’s native anatomy. This ultimately enables you to resume an active lifestyle without pain.

Over 100,000 patients have been treated with Anika’s knee implants since 2003, with the majority still in place over 15 years later. A study showed patients who received the PF Wave implant experienced high satisfaction and significant improvement in knee function and pain and had no radiographic progression of osteoarthritis after 5 years.

Patient Benefits

  • Custom matched and fit to a patient’s joint size and shape
  • Joint motion and the native structures are preserved
  • Little or no activity restrictions create an active alternative to traditional total knee replacement (TKR)
  • Quick post-op recovery times

If you are living with knee pain and want to avoid a traditional total knee replacement, talk to your doctor about Anika’s joint preservation implants today.

PF Wave and WaveKahuna are marketed under the trademarks PFXL™ and PF Kahuna™ in the EU and UK

Anika products may not be available in all geographies. Product availability is subject to regulations in individual countries. Please Contact Us if you have questions about products available in your country.

For complete product information, including indications, contraindications, warnings, and precautions, please refer to the Instructions for Use found here.