Using Robotics for Total Knee Replacements
If you have arthritis of the knee, or general knee pain, you may be putting off a knee replacement surgery because of the pain involved with the procedure and the long amount of recovery time.
But thanks to advancements in robotics, total knee replacements can be done in a way that results in less pain, faster recovery, and improved patient satisfaction.
Joining us to discuss Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery is Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Jesse Bauwens with Wisconsin Bone and Joint.
Dr. Bauwens is hosting a community seminar about this procedure at the Brookfield Sheraton on Setpember 21 at 9am.
To contact Wisconsin Bone and Joint, call (414) 257-2525 or visit WiscBoneAndJoint.com.