If you are experiencing muscle pains, joint discomfort, and strain related problems, it is important to look for non-invasive treatments for enhanced results. Our professionals at Kayal Orthopaedic Center use state-of-the-art technologies and advanced equipment to deal with pains, improve procedures, and other discomforts while ensuring smooth, painless recovery.
Our doctors, Robert A. Kayal, MD, FAAOS, and Victor Ortiz, MD, make use of robotic-assisted surgery to perform total hip replacement, total knee replacement, partial knee replacement and patellofemoral replacement surgeries. Our team at Kayal Orthopaedic Center has undergone special training to use Mako robotic arm for different surgical needs.
Mako robotic surgical arm is rated as one of the most trusted tools for ensuring higher precision during surgical procedures. When the operations are combined with surgeon experience, judgment, and skills, the robotic-assisted surgery promises improved outcomes. Note that our surgeons serve as in-charge during these procedures and the robotic arm works like a guide to ensure enhanced accuracy and control.
What happens before and after orthopaedic surgery?
When patients are allowed to make informed decisions about treatments, they are more likely to show positive response towards all expected changes. That is why our professionals at Kayal Orthopaedic Center discuss all important details with patients before beginning any treatment. Our provider will ask relevant questions about your ongoing health conditions and guide you regarding pre and post-surgery procedures. Patients are given enough time to make decisions after evaluating their essential medical records.
In order to complete the operation using a robotic system, our trained surgeon makes a tiny incision into the affected part of the body and then inserts a miniaturized instrument. Along with this instrument, the surgeon inserts a 3D camera with HD capabilities. After this, the surgeon operates those instruments while monitoring all the movements on the nearby console. You will find this robotic system more like a video game where a machine translates all the movements to real-time as per doctor’s guidelines.
Benefits of robot-assisted surgery:
Before executing surgery, Mako System software is loaded with the CT scan images of the patient so that a precise 3D model of the joint can be generated. This machine produced model is further utilized to plan and execute surgery. With these automated systems, our specialized surgeons are able to handle the damaged part with higher accuracy. The Mako robotic-arm also assists medical professionals to place any required implant at accurate positions.
Moreover, these controlled surgical procedures lead to lesser pain, shorter recovery times, reduced trauma, and improved results. These advanced non-invasive surgeries ensure a greater range of motion, reduced post-operating pain, improved joint stability, and minimal scarring. It means patients can get back to their work within very less time. You can expect great returns for arthritis treatment out of these advanced orthopedic surgery procedures.