Telos Stress Device
The TELOS Stress Device is utilized for standardized and quantitative stress examinations of the ankle, knee, elbow and shoulder.
The TELOS Device has been utilized worldwide since 1978. In 2003, we have introduced the SE 2000 TELOS device- more accurate, lightweight and more comfortable for the patient. The TELOS Device provides a known amount of pressure that is illuminated by an LED readout, which allows the user to determine exactly the amount of stress applied to the joint. Holding the patient in the stressed position enables the user to standardize, both pre and post operative, the stress radiograph exam.
The SE 2000 new model TELOS allows for stress exams of the Ankle (Anterior Drawer/Lateral, Talar Tilt/AP, Syndesmosis Joint and Subtalar Joint), Knee (Anterior Cruciate Ligament, Posterior Cruciate Ligament and Collateral Ligaments), Elbow (Ulnar Collateral Ligament), and Shoulder (Glenohumeral Joint, both anterior and posterior stress applications).