Total Knee Replacement

Total knee replacements provide the patient with complete replacement of their diseased cartilage. Most studies show excellent results with satisfied patients in the 95-98 percentiles. Unfortunately, there are some patients that still are not completely satisfied and in rare circumstances these patients may require additional surgery. In an effort to reduce the incidence of failed surgeries the role of robotic knee replacement has evolved. Multiple studies have demonstrated that robotic knee replacement may increase satisfaction and reduce the reoperation rate.(1)

  1. Marchand, RC et al.; One Year Patient Outcomes for Robotic Arm Assisted versus Manual Total Knee Arthroplasty, J Knee Surgery, 2019 Nov;32(11)