Robotic Assisted Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Robotic knee replacement surgery represents a cutting-edge advancement in orthopedic technology, offering a higher level of precision and customization compared to traditional methods. This innovative procedure utilizes state-of-the-art robotic systems to enhance surgical accuracy, resulting in improved outcomes and faster recovery times for patients.

What is Robotic Total Knee Replacement?

Robotic Total Knee Replacement is a sophisticated surgical technique that combines computer-assisted technology with the expertise of skilled orthopedic surgeons. It involves the use of a robotic system, such as the Mako robotics system, to assist surgeons in performing precise and personalized knee replacement procedures.


How do Robotic Total Knee Replacements Work?

During Robotic Total Knee Replacement Surgery, a preoperative CT scan is utilized to generate a 3D model of the patient's knee joint. This virtual map helps the surgeon plan the procedure with exceptional accuracy, identifying the exact areas for bone preparation and implant placement. The robotic system assists the surgeon in executing the pre-defined plan by providing real-time feedback, ensuring optimal alignment and positioning of the implants.

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Robotic Total Knee Replacement Planning


Who is a Candidate for Robotic Total Knee Replacement?

Candidates for Robotic Total Knee Replacement typically include individuals suffering from severe knee arthritis, joint damage, or other conditions that cause debilitating knee pain and limit mobility. Those who have not experienced relief from conservative treatments like medication or physical therapy might benefit from this advanced surgical option.


Robotic Assisted Total Knee Surgery Procedure

During the procedure, the surgeon guides the robotic arm to precisely remove damaged bone and cartilage, preparing the knee for the implant. The robotic system continuously provides data and assists the surgeon in executing the surgical plan with accuracy and precision. Customized implants are then carefully positioned to restore proper joint function.

What are the Advantages of Robotic Total Knee Replacement Surgery?

  • Precision: Robotic assistance ensures precise implant placement and alignment, potentially leading to improved longevity and function of the implant.
  • Customization: The procedure is tailored to the patient's unique anatomy, enhancing the fit and performance of the implants.
  • Faster Recovery: Patients may experience reduced pain, shorter hospital stays, and quicker rehabilitation compared to traditional knee replacement methods.
  • Reduced Risk: Enhanced accuracy lowers the risk of complications and may lead to better long-term outcomes.


Robotic Total Knee Replacement Recovery Process

Following Robotic Total Knee Replacement Surgery, a structured rehabilitation program is essential. Patients are encouraged to engage in physical therapy to regain strength, flexibility, and mobility in the treated knee. Most individuals experience significant improvement in their ability to perform daily activities within weeks after surgery.


At Lilavati Hospital, our team comprises experienced Robotic Total Knee Replacement Surgeons dedicated to providing exceptional care and utilizing cutting-edge technology like the Mako robotics system to deliver optimal outcomes for our patients.


For more information or to schedule a consultation with one of our specialists regarding robotic knee replacement surgery, please contact us. Trust us to help you reclaim an active and pain-free lifestyle through our advanced robotic-assisted joint replacement procedures.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Robotic Total Knee Replacement

Who is an ideal candidate for Robotic Total Knee Replacement Surgery?

Ideal candidates are individuals experiencing significant knee pain or limited mobility due to arthritis or injury.


How long does the recovery process take after Robotic Total Knee Replacement?

Recovery duration varies, but patients often experience noticeable improvement within weeks post-surgery. Full recovery may take several months.


Are there any age limitations for undergoing Robotic Total Knee Replacement?

Age alone does not determine eligibility. The suitability for surgery is assessed based on individual health conditions and the severity of knee issues.


What sets apart Robotic Total Knee Replacement from traditional methods?

The precision and accuracy offered by robotic technology distinguish it from conventional knee replacement, potentially leading to better outcomes.


Are there any risks associated with Robotic Robotic Total Knee Replacement Surgery?

While generally safe, potential risks include infection, blood clots, and nerve or blood vessel damage. These risks are mitigated through thorough pre-operative evaluations and post-operative care.

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