We enhance patient health and quality of life by improving cartilage restoration clinical outcomes.
MOCA is comprised of a select group of orthopaedic surgeons specializing in cartilage repair and restoration. Many group members were the inventors and pioneers on the use of OCAs for cartilage restoration and are among the busiest cartilage surgeons in the world.
MOCA members develop evidence-based, clinical practice guidelines to improve surgical techniques, patient predictors and anatomical sites best suited for OCA use.
MOCA surgeons present at industry meetings and lead hands-on trainings to share their expertise with orthopaedic surgeons throughout the world. Members participate in patient outcomes tracking and publish on outcomes allowing for continued procedure refinement and improvement.
MOCA surgeons strive to deliver better results for patients being treated with OCAs. Providing education to other surgeons and the community is important, allowing for the best uses of OCAs and improved surgical techniques.
MOCA surgeons are working to contribute patient data to a centralized database, or registry. The primary objective of this registry is to obtain long-term survivorship data on the use of OCAs in cartilage restoration procedures as well as to evaluate changes in physical function, pain, quality of life and patient satisfaction.
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