Understand the science behind implant materials and the biological impact on the clinical outcome!
Our aim is to provide a tool for further education that equips doctors, surgeons, nurses and other health professionals with up-to-date knowledge about our medical ceramics for their daily clinical practice. Furthermore, we offer hands-on exhibits to train on the handling of ceramic implant components, and also the latest clinical evidence of the benefits of ceramics in orthopaedics. Our focus is on the material ceramic and your education!
Our mobile BIOLOX® Education Center is a modern training center which travels around North America. The focus is on daily challenges clinicians face in the field of joint replacement.
Our mobile BIOLOX® Education Center is a full length semi truck converted into a modern training center for further education. The center offers an interactive learning experience with five stations on different topics including a mini-lab for hands-on training with ceramic components.
Let’s dive into the world of advanced ceramics in medical applications...
Understand the material and its biological interactions in the body.
Experience the benefits of ceramics based on clinical evidence.
Feel inspired by our on-board lectures on selected topics, like fretting corrosion or the biological impact of biomaterials.
Benefit from our hands-on training on safe handling of ceramic bearing couples for your daily clinical practice.
Find out about the cost effectiveness of ceramics in the episode of care.
Explore the future possibilities of medical ceramics.
Send us a request for the truck to visit your hospital or clinic via the contact below.
- Modern and well equipped mobile education center with mini-lab
- Interactive learning experience with 5 learning stations
- On-board lectures on selected topics
- Hands-on training with our medical ceramics for orthopaedics
Thank you to everyone who took the time to visit the BIOLOX® Education Center. The huge BIOLOX CONTOURA® head statue in the lobby raised great awareness at the AAHKS Meeting. A warm thank you to Dr. Andrew A. Freiberg, one of the inventors of the anatomic contoured head, who joined us during the meeting. It was a great experience to meet with all of you in person again.
From 11th to 14th of December our mobile BIOLOX® Education Center stopped at the CCJR Winter Meeting in Orlando, FL.
For four days numerous visitors came to join us onboard the truck for a five-station interactive learning experience on ceramics in orthopaedics. The tour included a hands-on ceramic component training in our mini-lab.