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Robotic Technology Offers Better Patient Outcomes
Robotic Technology Offers Better Patient Outcomes

Robotic Technology Offers Better Patient Outcomes

In the last decade, robotic technology has transformed how joint replacement surgeons operate for the better. Robotic surgery has many patient benefits, from enhanced accuracy and precision to faster recovery after hip and knee replacement. Robotic surgeries are performed by an orthopedic surgeon using an advanced robotic arm in the operating room that provides real-time feedback with visual, auditory, and haptic feedback.

Robotic technology allows surgeons to be highly accurate during complex procedures like hip and knee joint replacement surgery. The robotic technology uses a 3D model of the patient's exact knee or hip, with a personalized per-operative plan.

Robotic technology can preserve bones and soft tissue, leading to faster recovery for each patient and less pain. Patients experience better longevity with their implants due to robotic technologies accuracy in fit and alignment—precise implant positioning results in a natural feeling of the replaced joint.

Studies have found that complications like dislocation rate are nearly four times less than traditional joint replacement methods. Robotic-assisted arthroplasty improves clinical outcome measures and reduces revision rates for hip and knee replacement.1

With robotics technology in knee replacement, range of motion and stability are preserved at a higher rate than traditional surgical methods, yielding less pain for the patient.2

If you suffer from chronic hip and knee pain that does not seem to improve with conservative nonsurgical treatments, Dr. Robert Cagle can help.


Dr. Robert Cagle is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in joint replacement surgery of the Knee and Hip using the latest technology and techniques for better patient outcomes. Get back to your active lifestyle with robotic knee replacement.