The paper presents the results of physicochemical and mechanical properties of the Ti-6Al-7Nb alloy with surface modified by formation of a diffusive nitrocarburized layer deposited in a low-temperature plasma process. The main aim of the study was to evaluate the influence of steam sterilization and exposure to Ringer’s solution on the utility properties of the alloy. Methods: Based on the study of the microstructure, roughness, wettability, resistance to pitting corrosion, ion infiltration and mechanical properties, the usefulness of the proposed method of surface treatment for clinical application was proven. Results: Deposition of the nitrocarburized layer increased the surface roughness and surface hardness, but also reduced the contact angle, and corrosion resistance with respect to the polished surfaces. The nitrocarburized layer is a barrier against the infiltration of ions to the solution and sterilization and exposure to Ringer solution have greater effect on the physicochemical properties rather than on the mechanical ones. Conclusion: It was found that sterilization, and exposure to Ringer’s solution greatly affect the change of physicochemical properties rather than mechanical properties for both nitrocarburized layers and the Ti-6Al-7Nb alloy of mechanically polished surface.