Take Care of Your Knee Pain
An aching knee can literally stop you in your tracks. At Abrazo Health, our team of doctors, nurses and orthopedic specialists focusing on knee care is ready to help evaluate the source of your knee pain and recommend treatment options. Services include:
- Development of a customized care plan for you
- Nonsurgical care options to manage chronic pain
- Minimally invasive procedures to treat knee pain
- Robotic-Assisted Total and Partial Knee Replacements
- Rehabilitation services to enhance recovery
- Support from our team of professionals who will guide you through every stage of your care journey from pre-education to rehabilitation
- Orthopedic Nurse Navigator
Our team will focus on nonsurgical treatment options first, such as anti-inflammatory medicine, ice, heat and massage. Abrazo Health offers minimally invasive and robotic-assisted surgical procedures, if needed. Comprehensive care also includes physical
therapy, pain management, rehabilitation services and advanced imaging. Increase your mobility and regain your confidence with specialized knee services at Abrazo Health.
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Knee Replacement Surgery
Abrazo Health is proud to offer minimally invasive procedures including robotic-assisted total and partial knee replacements. Our surgeons have been specially trained in performing the most complex and delicate procedures through very small incisions
and with incredible precision, less pain and scarring, fewer complications, reduced risk of infection and quicker recovery time.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
For patients suffering from knee pain and damage from arthritis or injury, there is a minimally invasive form of surgery that can reduce risks and minimize scarring. Unlike the standard surgery in which a long incision is made and the knee is opened up
for surgery, the minimally invasive method uses smaller incisions. The surgeon uses specialized tools, in conjunction with x-rays or other imaging, to perform the joint removal and replacement.
Minimally invasive surgery can result in fewer complications, quicker recover time, lower risk of infection, smaller incisions, shorter hospital stay, and more.
Robotic assisted surgery enables total and partial knee replacements that can result in a return to daily activity and decrease in pain. Partial knee replacement may offer several benefits over total knee replacement:
- Less pain
- Quicker rehabilitation
- Smaller incisions
- Preserves ACL and PCL
- Less bone loss
- Less scarring
- Reduced blood loss
Robotic-assisted technologies for knee replacement include the Navio Surgical System, which is currently offered at Abrazo Arrowhead Campus and Abrazo Scottsdale Campus,
and the MAKO surgical system, currently offered at Abrazo Scottsdale Campus and Abrazo West Campus.
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Navio Surgical System - features proprietary robotics-assisted technology that integrates handheld robotics with an intuitive CT-free registration and patient-specific planning process for knee replacements. The NAVIO software applications guide
the surgeon in creating implant plans that localize components and balance soft-tissue, and use handheld instrumentation uses multiple control modes to help the surgeon precisely prepare the bone for implantation.
The NAVIO is offered at Abrazo Arrowhead Campus and Abrazo Scottsdale Campus. Your surgeon will determine if you are a good candidate for a NAVIO procedure.
MAKO - is a robotic-arm assisted technology that is an innovative solution for many suffering from painful arthritis of the knee or hip. It uses a 3D virtual model of your unique anatomy and a robotic are, MAKO helps the surgeon plan and perform
your joint replacement surgery. The MAKO allows for accurate placement of the hip implant which can reduce the likelihood of hip dislocation. It is more consistent in leg length. It can potentially decrease the need for a shoe lift. And it is a decreased
risk of implant and bone abnormally running together.
The MAKO is available at Abrazo Scottsdale Campus and Abrazo West Campus. Your surgeon will determine if you are a good candidate for the MAKO procedure.