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About Us

Joint pain and reduced mobility can affect every aspect of your life. Fortunately, there are treatment options, including joint replacement, but only an orthopaedic surgeon can tell you what's best for your specific needs.

If you or someone you know is considering joint replacement surgery, you are not alone. A growing number of people in Europe undergo joint replacement surgery every year.

At Biomet, we encourage you to talk to your doctor about options that could help you get back to living and keep you active. If you're considering hip replacement or other joint replacement surgery, Biomet can help. For over 30 years, we've applied the most advanced technology to the development of joint replacement implants and minimally invasive surgical procedures. Our goal is to provide designs that will address a wide range of patients’ conditions.  Additionally, Biomet offers the latest in minimally-invasive surgical instruments, allowing you to benefit from techniques designed to reduce trauma, pain, blood loss, and recovery time.

Working in consultation with care providers, Biomet have developed a Rapid Recovery Program to bring patients back to active life as soon as possible. We encourage patients to learn as much as they can about the most suitable pre- and post-operative diet and exercise, and general healthcare to aid rapid recovery.

Remember, the information provided by this site and any sites it links to externally cannot replace the expert guidance of your orthopaedic surgeon.