VIDEO | Computer Assisted Robotic Knee Replacement
Dr. Michael Reilly explains how the new computer assisted robotic knee replacement helps doctors be more accurate and helps patients recover quicker.
Dr. Michael Reilly Performs First Robotic Total Knee Replacement in Broward County
Fort Lauderdale, FL – A team at Broward Health Imperial Point Medical Center led by Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Michael Reilly, recently performed Broward County's first computer-navigated total knee replacement using a robotic cutting guide. The technology offers a new surgical option for patients with chronic knee pain due to osteoarthritis who require total knee replacement. It allows for increased accuracy of implant placement, helps implants last longer, and can reduce the patient's recovery time.
Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery has been described as keyhole hip replacement surgery. Minimally invasive surgery is quite a different philosophy and approach in the manner in which hip replacements are performed. We will discuss and describe the cutting edge technique and technology used to perform a minimally invasive surgical hip replacement (MIS hip replacement).