MAKO Surgical System

Precision Is Perfection

When it comes to joint replacement surgery, accuracy matters. OrthoUnited is proud to offer robotic-arm assisted total and partial knee replacements with Stryker’s Mako System in our ambulatory surgical centers.

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In clinical studies, Mako Total Knee demonstrated the potential for patients to experience:

  • less pain
  • less need for opiate analgesics
  • less need for inpatient physical therapy
  • reduction in length of hospital stay,
  • improved knee flexion and soft tissue protection in comparison to manual techniques.

Studies have shown Mako Partial Knee application to be two to three times more accurate than manual partial knee replacement procedures.

Stryker’s Mako System - Robotic Total Joint Replacement

Our Surgeons Rely on the Accuracy of the Stryker’s Mako System

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