This case takes place in Utah and involves the sudden and dramatic failure of a Biomet hip prosthesis while the Plaintiff was exercising. Months before the incident in question, the Plaintiff underwent a total DePuy Pinnacle ceramic left hip replacement, at which time the device, which was manufactured by a leading orthopedic implant producer, was installed. She completed a course of physical therapy following the procedure, and was instructed that she could return to her normal level of activity. The Plaintiff, who was an avid yoga practitioner, and she had been cleared to participate in yoga classes by her doctor before the date of the incident in question. During her yoga class, the Plaintiff performed a move that she had done countless times before when she suddenly heard a popping sound and felt extreme pain. She presented to the hospital, where it was discovered that the neck of her hip implant had failed catastrophically. Months after the incident, the manufacturer had a Pinnacle hip recall. An expert witness on biomaterials was sought to opine on the issue.