Innovations and Benefits of Robotic Surgery | Hip and Knee Replacement
Robotic Surgery, also known as Robot Assisted Surgery, offers an innovative technique facilitating a variety of complex procedures with increased flexibility, precision, accuracy, and control compared to conventional ones. It allows Dr. Burke, and his team of surgeons, the control to create a patient-specific plan with robotic precision, standard instruments are unable to match. The best and improved functional outcomes for all patients is Dr. Burke’s main goal.
Dr. Burke Orthopedics employs the latest technological advancements in Orthopedic Surgery, providing the best options to treat his patients. Dr. Burke specializes in Robotic Surgery, utilizing the Navio Surgical System, and he serves as a national expert in Robotic Assisted Hip and Knee Replacement techniques.
The Benefits of Robotic Surgery for a Hip or Knee Replacement –
- Knee Replacement
Patients suffering from osteoarthritis or a sports knee injury may need a Knee Replacement surgery. Robotic Surgery is an option to consider. Patients who are good candidates for a Knee Replacement are also candidates for Robotic Assisted Knee Replacement. The small incisions create less pain and a quicker recovery time versus a traditional partial or total knee replacement surgery. It also benefits younger patients, ages 12 years and older, by providing a more natural feel during and after recovery.
Other benefits may include:
- Consistent results
- Accurately placed implants
- Less pain
- Quicker recovery
- Lower risk of complications
- Smaller incisions
- Healthy ligaments retained
- Shorter hospital stays
- Hip Replacement
One of the major benefits of Robotic Assisted Hip Surgery is increased precision and accuracy. The Navio Surgical system assists Dr. Burke and his surgeons achieve optimal placement of your artificial hip joint while preserving as much healthy bone and tissue as possible.
Other benefits may include:
- Decreased risk of complications, such as instability or imprecise placement of the artificial hip joint
- Predictable healing
- Reduced bone bleeding
- Smaller incision
- Restoration of exact leg length and muscle tension
- Reduced damage to surrounding tissues
- Increase function and movement
If your hip and knee pain is not responding to non-surgical treatment methods such as physical therapy and medication, you may need hip or knee replacement surgery. Robotic Surgery is a great alternative to traditional replacement surgery, especially for patients suffering from degenerative diseases such as arthritis or conditions caused by an injury.
Additional Computer & Robotic Assisted surgeries & techniques will be added to Dr. Burke Orthopedics, a nationally renowned practice.
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