Replacing Knees Using Robotics

Get more precise results with robot-assisted knee replacement


Total knee replacement is one of the most common surgeries performed in the United States. Although it’s a highly successful operation, there’s always room for improvement. Over the more than 50 years that knee replacements have been performed, ongoing advancements in implant design and surgical technique have provided patients with more comfortable, reliable and long-lasting new joints.

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