Robotic Surgery for Partial and Total Knee Replacements
Available now, at Lawrence General’s Joint Program: robot-assisted total and partial knee replacement surgery. The super precise implant placement is pre-planned by the surgeon using CT images of each patient. The result is a joint replacement that generally provides patients with:
- Less blood loss
- Less post-surgical pain
- Quicker recovery
- Earlier joint flexibility
- Better patient satisfaction
Surgeons are specially trained to operate using the robotic-arm. Watch the video below to learn more about the robotic surgery technology and the surgeons using it.
As part of the Lawrence General Joint Program, patients will participate in a pre-surgical physical therapy home assessment and a pre-surgical “Joints in Motion” education class at the hospital. Joint Program patients also have access to a knowledgeable orthopedic care team including physician assistants and physical therapists both in the hospital and after being discharged home.
Find out if you qualify for this new technology by contacting Orthopaedics Northeast at 978-794-1946
or Associates in Orthopedics at 978-373-3851