What is MAKOplasty on the knee?
Do Your Knees Suddenly Flare Up In Discomfort After Any Kind Of Physical Activity?
When You Stand Up From A Seated Position, Do You Notice Pain Or Stiffness In Your Knees?
Do You Take Anti-Inflammatory Medication To Ease Your Persistent And Ongoing Knee Pain?
Wondering About Knee Surgery Recovery Time And How to Best Relieve Knee Pain?
If you nodded your head yes, it may be time to introduce your knees to a state-of-the-art robot called Mako.
MAKOplasty on the knee is a surgical procedure and a robotic-assisted alternative to total knee replacement. As with anterior hip replacements, Dr. Craig Mines is one of the few orthopedic surgeons in Georgia offering this innovative and successful surgical approach.
Treat your knees like you would any other part of your body when you know it’s calling for help. Talk to us about MAKOplasty and we’ll get you moving and shaking again like the good ol’ days.
Generally for those with severe cases of osteoarthritis, even those with limited joint damage can now be successfully treated with MAKOplasty total knee replacement or a partial knee replacement.
MAKOplasty is typically recommended for adults living with early to mid-stage osteoarthritis in the knee. One of the main benefits of partial knee resurfacing is the ability to target the damaged area of the knee without compromising the healthy bone and tissue.
Key benefits of MAKOplasty:
Thanks to the precision of the robotic-arm technology in MAKOplasty, Dr. Mines can isolate the arthritic part of the knee without having to replace the entire knee joint.
- Optimal implant positioning for a natural-feeling knee post-surgery.
- A procedure resulting in a much shorter hospital stay and faster knee recovery times compared to traditional knee replacement surgery.
- Rapid relief from knee pain and a swift recovery.