MAKOplasty® is an Innovative Alternative to Total Hip Replacement
Arrowhead Hospital is the only hospital in Arizona to offer the Total Hip Arthroplasty procedure using a highly advanced, surgeon-controlled robotic arm system. This new level of reproducible surgical precision in hip surgery provides relief for people suffering with either non-inflammatory or inflammatory degenerative joint disease.
Speak with an affiliated orthopedic surgeons who performs this new procedure at Arrowhead Hospital.
Thursday, October 17 with Dr.Martin
Thursday, December 5 with Dr.Martin
- Relief from hip pain and stiffness
- Accurate placement of the hip implant can reduce the likelihood of hip dislocation
- More consistency in leg length
- Potentially decreasing the need for a shoe lift
- Decreased risk of the implant and bone abnormally rubbing together – this may improve the life of the implant
You may be an ideal candidate for MAKOplasty Total Hip Arthroplasty
Only your surgeon can determine if you are a candidate for MAKOplasty Total Hip Replacement. A candidate for MAKOplasty Total Hip Replacement may experience the following:
- Pain while putting weight on the affected hip
- Limping to lessen the weight-bearing pressure on the affected hip
- Pain that may radiate to the groin, lower back, or down the thigh to the knee
- Hip pain or stiffness during walking or other impact activities
- Failure to respond to non-surgical treatments or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication.
What is MAKOplasty®?
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Who may be a candidate for MAKOplasty THA?
How does MAKOplasty THA enhance traditional total hip surgery?
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What is Degenerative Joint Disease or DJD of the hip?
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While Dr. Martin is a member of the medical staff of one or more of Abrazo Health hospitals, he is an independent contractor who is self–employed. As a result, Dr. Martin, an orthopedic surgeons is neither an employee nor an agent of those hospitals nor of Abrazo Health; and none of these hospitals nor Abrazo Health are responsible for any actions the orthopedic surgeon takes in his medical practice.