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Copeland™ Humeral Resurfacing Head

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Copeland™ Humeral Resurfacing Head

The Copeland™ Humeral Resurfacing Head has been implanted since 1986. Since that time, thousands of patients have shown remarkable results with this implant. The Copeland™ Shoulder is unique in that it is the only resurfacing device with clinical data going back as far as 17 years.1

The Copeland™ Humeral Resurfacing Head, unlike a total shoulder implant, is designed to cap only the top of the humerus. The implant requires much less bone and cartilage removal, which makes it more conservative than total joint implants. The Copeland™ implant's design and minimally invasive approach allow patients to potentially recover more quickly and with less pain. It is also potentially less complicated to replace should a future total shoulder replacement become necessary.

Biomet is a manufacturer of orthopedic implants and does not practice medicine. Only an orthopedic surgeon can determine what treatment is appropriate. Individual results of total joint replacement may vary. The life of any implant will depend on your weight, age, activity level, and other factors. For more information on risks, warnings, and possible adverse effects, see the Patient Risk Information section found within Biomet.com. Always ask your doctor if you have any questions regarding your particular condition or treatment options.

  1. Levy, O., Funk, L., Sforza, G., Copeland, S., "Copeland Surface Replacement Arthroplasty of the Shoulder in Rheumatoid Arthritis," The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 86-A, 2004, pp. 512-518.