Colorado Springs, Colorado – July 23, 2019 – If you are a candidate for total knee surgery, you may wonder about the accuracy of robot assisted surgery. Patients frequently ask if the robot itself performs the surgery. No is the simple answer: The surgeon sets up and controls the robotic arm during the entire procedure. The process starts with a CT scan of the joint that helps create a 3D model of your knee. Stryker’s Mako Software then creates a unique plan for your specific surgery. In the operating room, the surgeon guides the robotic arm within the predefined area and marks off boundaries for the surgery.
“We’re thrilled to bring medical technologies to Southern Colorado that are traditionally only available in major cities. This robotic arm is specially designed to give the accuracy of robot assisted surgery and customization to total joint replacements. Patients can rest assured that the Mako Robot is safe and regulated by many safety features,” said the spokesperson of Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group, the leading sports medicine clinic in Colorado Springs CO.
Because of the combination of a 3D model of your knee as well as the doctor’s physical assessment of its range of motion, this prosthetic is customized to each individual person’s anatomy. The physician is also able to direct the arm and make minor adjustments as the procedure continues. All of this combined with strict safety protocols makes the accuracy of robot assisted surgery a secure new way to help patients get the most out of their joint replacements.
“Our orthopedic physicians of Colorado provide orthopedic surgical and medical services when and where you need us. Our onsite capabilities include digital X-rays and MRIs, an Express Care walk-in clinic, osteoporosis screening, physical and occupational therapy, and a state-of-the-art outpatient surgery center,” added the spokesperson finally.
To learn more about the Mako RoboticArm visit their website at https://patients.stryker.com/kneereplacement/options/makoroboticarmassistedtotalknee
You can also call (719) 6327669 to schedule a consult with Dr. Tyler R. Bron, Dr. Ted L. Stringer, or Dr. Eric K. Jepson to learn more about robot assisted surgery and other options for your knee or total joint.
About Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group:
Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group is the largest independent orthopedic practice in Southern Colorado and has been providing care to the Colorado Springs community and Pikes Peak region since 1994. Our physicians are board-certified or board eligible and fellowship trained in many subspecialties including not only the accuracy of robot assisted surgery, but also sports medicine, foot, ankle, spine, hand, upper extremity, trauma, and joint replacement. With this breadth of knowledge and expertise, we have you covered from head to toe.
Schedule an appointment today! Call (719) 6327669. We have two convenient locations to serve you in Colorado Springs. Visit https://www.csog.net/ for more information.
Company Name: Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group
Contact Person: Kylee Smit
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Phone: (719) 632-7669
Address:4110 Briargate Parkway, Suite 300
City: Colorado Springs
Country: United States