Category: Press Releases

National Joint Registry (NJR) reports excellent outcomes for Symbios Custom Implants

By Justin Quick - 25th May, 2018
There is a growing demand for patient matched healthcare. This has been effectively implemented in cancer treatments and there is strong interest for such an approach from within the Orthopaedic community as we strive to improve patient outcomes. It is of course necessary to support this demand with robust clinical data, the National Joint Registry […]

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Our bionic future…

By Justin Quick - 24th November, 2017
The Spectator – print 25 November 2017

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Why cheap NHS hip implants are leaving thousands in crippling pain

By Justin Quick - 26th January, 2017
  It came as a bit of a surprise to see this article finally in print this week. I spoke to Jonathan Gornall on number of occasions and offered various clinical references from which he could write an informative and balanced narrative, but something newsworthy and above all, something to help patients make INFORMED choices […]

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Hip Surgery Breakthrough

By Justin Quick - 25th May, 2012
A fitness fanatic grandfather has undergone ground-breaking surgery to rid him of pain so severe he has not had a night’s sleep – in over five months… Follow the link to read on: http://www.maturetimes.co.uk/health/355-hip-surgery-breakthrough.html by Mature Times, 7th December 2011

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Pioneering hip op keeps Colin active

By Justin Quick - 16th November, 2011
Active granddad Colin Chilton loved nothing more than a game of golf or a long walk before he was struck down by arthritis in both hips. The 65-year-old spent the next six months in agony,  nable to sleep for more than an hour at a time. But thanks to pioneering surgery at a Rugby ospital he […]

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High failure rate of Hip Resurfacing reported

By Justin Quick - 17th October, 2011
An operation used instead of hip replacements – usually in younger patients – has a high failure rate and should not be used in women, experts have warned. Hip resurfacing – where the damaged bone is capped rather than replace – is often recommended for younger, active patients. But results from the University of Bristol, […]

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2011 Business Awards

By Justin Quick - 11th August, 2011
An Exeter firm at the cutting edge of medical technology is continuing to increase its market share after winning plaudits in the Express & Echo Business Awards. Symbios UK Ltd was a finalist in the Innovation of the Year category in the inaugural competition, which culminated in a sell-out awards evening at Sandy Park in […]

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Implant firm behind hi-tech operations

By Justin Quick - 3rd August, 2011
Justin Quick, Managing Director explains, As he says, “Our implants have particular benefits for younger, active people who are looking to continue their busy lives without compromise. One recent patient is a young helicopter pilot based at RNAS Yeovilton, who has had two very successful hip operations – he is now back in active service. […]

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