Bicompartmental Knee Makoplasty – Robotic Partial Knee Replacement

Makoplasty The procedure is performed through a four to six inch incision over the knee. Tactile, intelligent robotic arm technology and 3-D visualisation of the knee guides the surgeon in controlled resurfacing of the pre-defined knee disease, saving as much of the patient’s healthy bone and surrounding tissue as possible. Computer modeling of the patient’s … Continue reading

Knee Replacement for Painful Knee Arthritis – Which Implant To Use?

Knee arthritis can be very painful and debilitating. The typical complaints of the patient include: pain in the knee on walking or standing early morning stiffness or stiffness after a period of inactivity puffiness and deformity of the knee inability to squat unable to fully straighten or fully bend the knee coarse sounds coming from … Continue reading