When you’re having joint replacement surgery, you want your new joint to feel as natural as possible. Robotic-assisted orthopedic surgery is tailored to your unique anatomy, so you can achieve the best results. Ask your Mercy orthopedic surgeon if it’s right for you.
With robotic-assisted surgery, a CT scan is used to create a 3D model of your joint. This allows your surgeon to precise target damaged cartilage and bone. During surgery, surrounding healthy tissues are spared, and implants are precisely aligned to your joint. Benefits of robotic-assisted orthopedic surgery include:
Mercy now offers the Mako robotic-assisted surgery system to perform partial and total knee replacements and total hip replacements. This minimally invasive robotic surgery system allows your surgeon to adjust your plan during surgery as needed as well as provides: