Total Hip Arthroplasty
The hip is the largest joint of the human body, it is located deep in the pelvis under large muscle groups and through it the body weight is transferred to the lower limbs. It is the major joint for walking and body movement and it is of great importance for our everyday life quality.
Anatomy of the Joint
Total hip arthroplasty means the replacement of the entire hip joint with special prostheses in cases of patients who suffer with arthritis. The surgery takes place in order to remove the pain and restore joint mobility so that the patient can return to his daily activities.
Longevity of the Joint
Mobility & Rehabilitation
The utilization of robotic arm ensures absolute precision and personalization of the placement of the prostheses. This enables us to have a predictable result in terms of mobility of the new joint and provides a major advantage to the longevity of the materials, since they are precisely placed in the ideal position.
The precise placement of the implantable materials, as well as the profound care for the muscles and soft tissues during the preparation and placement of the materials, ensure the best possible mobility of the joint. The patients are mobilized within a few hours after surgery and leave the hospital much faster than in the past.