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Partial Knee Replacement (Robotic Assisted Surgery)

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A partial knee replacement is great if your knee is only damaged in one particular area. We use a computer with a robotic arm in order to improve the accuracy of the partial knee replacement. Arthritis of the knee is when you've lost the soft cushioning at the end of your joints and your bones are rubbing together. If your arthritis is too severe for The Stone Clinic's bioknee procedure a partial knee replacement is the next best thing.

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