Bone Conserving Hip Replacement

Conserving bone

MiniHip stem with ceramic head.jpgMiniHip™ is designed to conserve bone during the time of operation, and more physiologically loading that may maintain good bone stock into the long-term.

Preserving soft tissue

MiniHip™ can be implanted through any approach and is also suited to soft tissue sparing approaches like the direct anterior approach.  Designed to be less invasive to soft tissues through this approach, MiniHip™ can potentially lead to faster patient recovery(1) .

Restoring Biomechanics

With an implant profile that preserves the femoral neck and follows the natural curvature of the medial calcar, MiniHip™ is designed to restore biomechanics for multiple anatomies.

5A odep rating.jpg   MiniHip™ has demonstrated the ability to conserve bone and soft tissue(2), restore
   biomechanics (3) and promote physiological loading(4).
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MiniHip video.jpg   To find out more about MiniHip™, click here to watch the video. 


1.  Martin CT, Pugely AJ, Gao Y, Clark CR. A comparison of hospital length of stay and short term morbidity between the anterior and posterior approaches to total hip arthroplasty. Journal of Arthroplasty 2013 May;28(5):849-854.

2. Data on file, Corin Group PLC.

3. Jerosch J, Grasselli C, Kothny C. Early and mid-term clinical results with MiniHip short stem replacement. OUP 2012:1(5):202-207.

4. Simpson D, Yeoman M, Lowry C, Cizinauskas A, Vincent G, Jerosch J, Collins S. Load transfer into the proximal femur: why short stems are more advantageous with respect to the mechanical environment. ISB 2011 Brussels

Corin USA or visit the Corin Group website.

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