Robotic surgery is an advanced surgical tool that allows M. Scott True, MD, and the team at Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine in West Chester and Cincinnati, Ohio, to perform complex procedures with smaller incisions and better precision. The skilled orthopedic surgeons primarily perform robotic surgery for partial and total knee replacement procedures. To learn more about robotic surgery and how it might benefit you, call the nearest office or book an appointment online today.
Robotic surgery is an advanced surgical tool that combines minimally invasive surgical techniques with innovative robotic technology.
With robotic surgery, your surgeon remains in full control during your surgical procedure. However, they use robotic tools and technology to assist.
When utilizing robotic surgery, your orthopedic surgeon performs complex procedures with better precision and smaller incisions.
The advanced technology also allows your surgeon to upload your surgical plan to the computer prior to the procedure and adjust the surgery as needed to ensure you get the best possible outcomes.
Dr. True and the Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine team use robotic surgery when performing partial or total knee replacements. For these procedures, they use either the:
The Stryker Mako Total Knee robotic surgical system is an advanced tool that allows your surgeon at Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine to more accurately perform your knee replacement procedure.
The system also causes less tissue damage, which means reduced postoperative pain and a faster recovery. They use the Mako Total Knee to perform both total and partial knee replacements.
The Smith+Nephew CORI Surgical System allows the team to perform partial and total knee replacement procedures using a handheld device, allowing greater flexibility and better outcomes.
With this advanced system, the team customizes your prosthetic pieces to match your body mechanics and joint measurements for the perfect fit.
Robotic surgery for total and partial knee replacement offers many benefits for you and your surgeon. The team at Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine uses robotic surgery whenever possible because of these benefits:
Robotic surgery also ensures you get the best possible surgical outcomes. The innovative technology uses real-time data during your procedure, allowing your surgeon to quickly adjust your surgical plan.
Though robotic surgery shortens your recovery time following knee replacement surgery, the team refers you to physical therapy afterward to ensure a safe and effective recovery.
Robotic surgery benefits you and your surgeon. To discuss surgical options for your knee replacement procedure, call Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine or book an appointment online today.