We recently attended the 79th Australian Orthopaedic Association Annual Scientific Meeting in Canberra which provided the opportunity to showcase our technology offerings across both the hip & knee portfolio.

Following the acquisition of OMNI Life Sciences earlier this year, we were delighted to promote the OMNIBotics® robotically assisted navigation system, which includes a unique robotic ligament tensioning device to provide predictive gap balancing in Total Knee Arthroplasty.

Dr John Keggi MD, presented his experience with BalanceBotTM, both on stand and at our scientific symposium, highlighting improvement in PROMs where surgeons can achieve greater balance through a range of motion. The BalanceBotTM provides new opportunities to improve patient function with its unique intra-operative planning capabilities which are customised to suit each patients soft tissue profile.

Corin’s presence was also focused on the unveiling of the next exciting development of the OPS™ technology. OPSInsightTM is the most significant evolution of OPS since its inception, and as a new gold standard in preoperative planning in THA was the talk of the town at this year’s AOA. Mr Shimmin presented the OPSInsightTM platform to more than twenty of his peers at our scientific symposium on Tuesday evening.

Corin was also delighted to feature its hip & knee implant portfolio alongside the technology platforms. Corin proved strong performance in the NJRR boasting 3 stems in the top 10 Cementless and 2 in the top 10 Cemented stems. MetaFixTM has catapulted up the rankings to number 3, very close to achieving the number 2 position, and Trinity cup showed strong growth again at number 4. The Global cup also debuted in the top 10 this year with APEX achieving top ten implant usage status for the first time in 2019 and continuing its strong, long term survivorship performance in all implant designs categories.  

This sets our sights firmly on 2020 with more strong growth and customer engagement through our leading technologies a key focus.

Watch the video below to see a few of our favourite images from the meeting.