Knee Replacement Surgery
Partial or Total Knee Replacement – The knee joint is divided into three compartments (the lateral, medial and patellofemoral compartments). If damage only affects one or two compartments of the knee, a partial knee replacement may be recommended else total knee replacement. A partial knee replacement procedure involves removing damaged tissue, resurfacing existing areas, and implanting artificial parts into the affected compartment(s) of the knee.
Robotic Knee Surgery – A state-of-the-art surgical procedure that uses the NAVIO system for partial or total knee replacement surgery. Surgery is customized to your personal anatomy by creating a 3D representation of your knee’s unique shape and profile. Customized 3D representation of your knee combined with robotic assistance during surgery, allows for a more accurate fit and better long-term outcome. Surgery is carried out with robotic assistance to replace part or all of the knee joint with prosthetic implants. Robotic instruments bend and rotate better than the human hand for enhanced precision, vision, and control.