OrthoPediatrics looks to kids to set it apart: Larger implant manufacturers focus on adults

But that's changing now, as the orthopedics juggernaut in Warsaw has spawned another company. Formed a year ago, OrthoPediatrics in October will launch its first 10 orthopedic implants designed especially for kids. The startup hopes to do research at the offices and hospital of OrthoIndy, a group of orthopedic physicians in Indianapolis. OrthoPediatrics' niche is one that has been shunned by the larger orthopedic implant companies based in the northern Indiana city-Zimmer Holdings Corp., Biomet Inc. and DePuy Orthopaedics Inc....

 

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