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Robotic Partial Knee Replacement (MAKOplasty®)

  • Understanding the procedure

    It is a surgical treatment designed to relieve pain in the knee caused by the wear and tear of joint cartilage. The Partial Knee Resurfacing Procedure is done using a robotic arm, which lets surgeons treat only the damaged part of the knee. The precise nature of the procedure means healthy bone and ligaments surrounding the damaged area are spared.

    It is best suited for adults suffering knee pain from Osteoarthritis in one of the three knee compartments, but is ineligible for a Total Knee Replacement.

  • The MAKOplasty® Partial Knee Resurfacing procedure is designed to relieve the pain caused by joint degeneration and potentially offers the following benefits:

    • Improved surgical outcomes
    • Less implant wear and loosening
    • Joint resurfacing
    • Bone and tissue sparing
    • Smaller incision
    • Less scarring
    • Reduced blood loss
    • Minimal hospitalisation
    • Rapid recovery
  • Your goal of getting swift, accurate and effective treatment is our strength. Our skilled team of specialists and staff operate at Mount Elizabeth Orchard and Mount Elizabeth Novena – both award-winning hospitals with advanced technology and modern facilities. Take your first step towards better health today, and experience the high-quality, customised healthcare that has made us one of the leading medical institutions in Asia-Pacific.

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