The medtech giants dominating orthopedics


Here are five medtech companies making waves in orthopedics:

DePuy Synthes

DePuy Synthes is the orthopedic sector of Johnson & Johnson. In April, the company announced it will be launching its TriALTIS pedicle screw system.


Medtronic sells a variety of medical products and devices, including those for spine and orthopedics. In March, the company was named among the world's most ethical companies by for-profit ethical standards company the Ethisphere Institute.


Smith+Nephew's portfolio focuses on the repair, regeneration and replacement of soft and hard tissue. The company made its Aetos Shoulder System fully commercially available in the U.S. in February.


Stryker has an expansive orthopedic portfolio. In 2023, the company surpassed $20 billion in full-year sales for the first time in its history.

Zimmer Biomet

Zimmer Biomet's offerings include orthopedic implants and digital technologies. ZimVie, Zimmer Biomet's former spine and dental spinoff, was sold to global investment firm H.I.G. Capital. The spine business will now operate as Highridge Medical, based in Westminster, Colo. 

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