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Robotic-Assisted Orthopedic Surgery

State-of-the-Art Technology for Joint Replacements 

As an orthopedic patient, you deserve the very best care possible — especially when you require a joint replacement procedure. That’s why we offer robotic-assisted orthopedic surgery for knee and hip replacements.

Why Choose Robotic-Assisted Orthopedic Surgery?

Getting a precise implant fit is important to your comfort and overall experience following knee or hip replacement surgery. Robotic joint replacement surgery is an advanced technology that may help your surgeon give you a more precise and personalized joint replacement.

Our robotic system utilizes real-time data to create a customized image of your knee or hip while setting safe barriers to prevent errors in the cutting process. This helps your surgeon with more precise placement and orientation of your knee or hip implant based on your specific anatomy.

Since robotic-assisted surgery is typically less invasive than open surgery, its potential benefits may include:

  • A shorter hospital stay
  • Less pain
  • Less scarring
  • Quicker recovery and return to daily activities

Additionally, robotic-assisted orthopedic surgery reduces the potential for complications, improves patient safety, and enhances surgical outcomes. The most advanced technology for knee and hip replacements, robotic technology gives you the most exact surgical results you could ask for.

How Do I Know If I’m a Candidate for Robotic-Assisted Orthopedic Surgery?

The reason behind joint pain differs greatly from patient to patient. To best understand the treatment options available to you, you should speak to your doctor about the cause of your joint pain. For example, pain from arthritis or joint degeneration may be constant, come and go, or occur only with movement. If medication and/or other non-surgical treatment options haven’t worked to relieve your pain, you may be a candidate for robotic-assisted orthopedic surgery for total knee, total hip, or partial hip replacement.

Talk to your orthopedic surgeon about your options. We’re here to help you starting living pain-free.