Non-Robotic or Robotic-Assisted Surgery?

  • August 27, 2020
  • Robotic-Assisted Surgery
Non-Robotic or Robotic-Assisted Surgery | Dr Jason Ward | Orthopaedic Surgeon

Non-Robotic or Robotic-Assisted Surgery?

Robotic-assisted orthopaedic surgery can be used for both hip and knee joint replacements.

Dr Ward will review each patient and discuss suitable options. Dr Ward utilises robotic-assisted surgery for all partial knee replacements.  He will discuss with you the option of robotic vs traditional methods in your case.

Dr Jason Ward will consider multiple factors in determining the right method of treatment.

Robotic-assisted surgery is helpful in planning the joint replacement.  Another benefit of using robotic surgery is to assist in the alignment of the existing bone with the new components.

Read more about robotic assisted surgery.

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