Manual Knee Replacement vs Robotic Knee Replacement
We have patients running triathlons and (ultra)marathons, climbing mountains, and skiing a hundred days a year on the replaced parts inside their knee. How is this possible when other knee replacement patients are advised to take bedrest after surgery and give up their athletic activities? Much of it comes down to the groundbreaking advancements offered by robotic surgery. Dr. Stone explains the critical differences between manual and robotic knee replacement and how they can affect a patient's outcome.
Recommended Reading on Robotic Knee Replacement
- Why Robots Matter in Surgery by Kevin R. Stone, MD
- Running After Knee Replacement by Kevin R. Stone, MD
- How to Have a Good Knee Replacement by Kevin R. Stone, MD