Healthcare sustainability 25 years of sustainable innovation, world-class surgeon education, and an unwavering commitment to improving patient outcomes
We are strongly committed to designing products, solutions, and surgical procedures to improve patient well-being and satisfaction, facilitate the work of our surgeons, and increase the sustainability of the healthcare system by improving efficiency while reducing surgical costs. 


The AMIS technique represents a streamlined and reproducible technique that delivers significant benefits to patient well-being while optimizing costs and efficiency for the surgeon. Our range of targeted AMIS education initiatives led by global surgeon experts, along with dedicated implants, instruments, and additional services and tools, provides a comprehensive offering for successfully performing minimally invasive hip procedures.


GMK Efficiency is a complete single-use instrument set developed to optimize instrument management, providing significant clinical, logistical, and economic benefits to hospitals and, in particular, outpatient surgical centers. It does not require preoperative sterilization, saves the use of clean water, and also has the potential to reduce infection risks because of its single-use nature and the fact that it is delivered terminally sterile.


Backed by more than 10 years of clinical evidence, patient-matched technology facilitates accurate implant positioning and operating room efficiency. This solution combines a dedicated personalized 3D preoperative planning tool, based on CT or MRI scans of the patient’s anatomy, with patient-matched 3D-printed guides that enable the surgeon to accurately replicate intraoperatively the validated planning. 



Leveraging the latest advances in Augmented Reality, the NextAR Platform harnesses patient-specific, unique real-time data to efficiently complement operative workflow. Through advanced 3D planning tools, a revolutionary, compact, and integrated single-use tracking system, and augmented reality, the platform enables data-driven decision-making, allowing the surgeon to perform personalized adjustments based on each patient’s unique anatomy and biomechanics.