Mako robotic knee replacement

New robotic tecnhnology is allowing more accurate placement of partial knee replacements. This will hopefully lead to knee replacements that work better and last longer.

In a partial knee replacement, only the part of the knee is replaced rather than the whole knee.

Robotic knee technology uses CT scans of your knee to plan your partial knee replacement. During the surgery, the robotic arm helps precisely removed the worn out bone and cartilage, matching the partial knee replacement with your unique anatomy.

Steps involved in Robotic Knee Replacement Surgery

First step in Robotic knee surgery

Selecting the right patient

Pain on only one side of the knee

CT scan is used to plan your robotic knee replacement

First step in Robotic knee surgery

Selecting the right patient

Ct scan to plan the surgery

CT scan is used to plan your robotic knee replacement

First step in Robotic knee surgery

Selecting the right patient

The robotic helps make the surgery more precise

Image of computer screen during robotic knee surgery

Step 4 in robotic knee surgery

Selecting the right patient

Rehabilitation after the surgery

Partial knee replacement using Robotic technology