Frequently Asked Questions

Recovery time after hip replacement surgery can vary depending on individual factors such as age, overall health, and the specific type of procedure performed. To read more, click here!

Similar to hip replacement, recovery time after knee replacement surgery varies from person to person. To read more, click here!

Anesthesia during surgery is normally spinal with sedation. To read more, click here.

While hip and knee replacement surgeries are generally safe and successful procedures, there are potential complications that can occur. These may include infection, blood clots, implant dislocation, nerve damage, joint stiffness, and continued pain. To read more about hip replacement, click here! To read more about knee complications, click here!

Robotic hip and knee replacement surgery involves the use of advanced robotic technology to assist the surgeon in performing the procedure with a higher degree of precision and accuracy. To read more, click here!

Minimally invasive surgery for arthroplasty refers to surgical techniques that involve smaller incisions and less disruption to surrounding tissues compared to traditional open surgery. These techniques may result in less post-operative pain, reduced scarring, and faster recovery times for patients. Minimally invasive approaches can be used for both hip and knee replacement surgeries, but not all patients are suitable candidates. Your surgeon will evaluate your individual case to determine if minimally invasive surgery is appropriate for you.

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