Prosthetic surgery for the hip and knee

Hip and knee joint prosthetic surgery has greatly improved the quality of life for millions of people by alleviating pain and restoring function and movement of joints affected by arthrosis-degenerative pathologies.

Revision surgery

In recent years, due to the increase in average life expectancy, the number of prosthetics implants and the functional requests of the patients that undergo prosthetic surgeries, there has been a marked increase in people that have problems with regards to their protheses and thus need a revision surgery.


The word “fracture” refers to the pathological condition in which there is damage in the continuity of the bone (when “the bone breaks”). Fractures can be caused by traumas (car accidents, sports accidents, falls, etc), or can be spontaneous, following illnesses that can be more or less severe (pathological fractures).


Infectious diseases are disorders caused by micro-organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Many of these micro-organisms normally colonize the human body without being dangerous, but in some conditions can cause serious infections.

Regenerative medicine

Regenerative medicine offers to develop new therapies able to replace, repair or promote the regeneration of tissues.