Mako, a robotic-arm assisted technology for Hip and Knee Replacement - Florida Orthopaedic Institute

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Mako, a robotic-arm assisted technology for Hip and Knee Replacement - Florida Orthopaedic Institute 4.5
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Florida Orthopaedic Institute brings highly skilled orthopedic care to Tampa Bay and the surrounding area by offering virtually unmatched expertise in every orthopedic subspecialty. Our physicians are known nationally and throughout the world for their work in orthopedic surgery and have been named among the best orthopedic physicians in America.

As Florida’s largest orthopedic group, our mission is to provide an internationally recognized level of orthopedic care, achieving exceptional outcomes through continuing research and specialty expertise.

Florida Orthopaedic Institute is supported by a professional staff of more than 500 people, based in a 100,000 sq. ft. facility on a 12-acre campus. The main campus includes a state-of-the-art orthopedic surgery center that serves patients and surgeons. With exceptional expertise in every orthopedic specialty, Florida Orthopaedic Institute is literally a one-stop shop for orthopedic care, with no need to refer patients outside the institute.


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My brother just had partial knee replacement last Wednesday, March 13. He called me on Thursday, the 14th and was walking with no walker, no cane, and NO PAIN!! The method they used was called Navio; also a partial robotic system. He is only the 8th person in Florida to have this type of surgery, and he said all 8 people that have undergone this have been 100% successful!!

Author — Sheila Jones

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He replaced mine in 2008 still going strong. NO pain.

Author — terry sperling

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how often are these robots serviced? That does look great as an advance for improvements in surgery outcomes for standardizations of the surgery

Author — John Dough

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My brother just had partial knee replacement last Wednesday, March 13. He called me on Thursday, the 14th and was walking with no walker, no cane, and NO PAIN!! The method they used was called Navio; also a partial robotic system. He is only the 8th person in Florida to have this type of surgery, and he said all 8 people that have undergone this have been 100% successful!!

Author — Sheila Jones

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This technology is three decades ahead of what we had 30 years ago!

Author — Daren Wilson

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Now why would they use plastic! Why not all stainless steal or alloy??

Author — eva garden