“Amazing result. I had surgery in the afternoon and walked out without pain late afternoon. Two weeks later the stitches are out, swelling reduced and normal knee function restored. A master craftsman and highly recommended.”
Technology plays a significant role in knee surgery. Whether it’s used to diagnose the cause of knee pain or ensure the best possible outcome from surgery.
Neil Bradbury works with some of the most technologically advanced companies in the world to develop new techniques and pioneering ways of improving outcomes from surgery.
Mako robotic-arm assisted technology for knee replacement surgery
Designed by Stryker, one of the world’s leading medical technology companies, Mako robotic-assisted technology provides patients with a more predictable surgical experience.
The treatment begins with a CT scan of your joint which is used to generate a 3D model. The Mako technology then uses the virtual 3D model to create a personalised surgical plan based on your anatomy.
The robotic-arm doesn’t perform surgery, nor can it make decisions on its own or move without the surgeon guiding it. Mako technology assists the surgeon during your joint replacement by guiding the surgery, within a pre-defined area, whilst allowing the surgeon to optimise implant alignment. This results in less than 1mm precision accuracy in the placement and alignment of your knee implant.
Just over 500 Stryker Mako robots exist globally, over 50 of these are now placed in Europe but the vast majority are in America. Neil Bradbury has access to this pioneering technology both in London and Bath.
Rapid and accurate diagnosis of your knee pain, together with bespoke treatment, will provide you with the best possible solution.
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