Partial Knee Arthroplasty
Partial or unicompartmental knee arthroplasty means replacing with specific prosthetics only that part of the knee that suffers while the rest of the joint is maintained intact. This is a surgery that is proposed to people with localized problems in a part of their knee who can now be relieved of the pain and return to their activities without having to replace their entire knee.
Total Knee Arthroplasty
Total knee arthroplasty means replacement with special prostheses of the entire knee joint in cases of patients with arthritis. The surgery takes place in order to remove pain and restore joint mobility so that the patient can return to his daily activities.
Mobility & Rehabilitation
The utilization of robotic arm ensures the absolute precision and personalized placement of the arthroplasty 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 as they are placed with millimeter accuracy 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 the placement of the materials ensure the best possible mobility of the joint. Patients are mobilized within a few hours after the surgery and leave the hospital much faster than in the past.