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Using Sensor Technology to Diagnose and Precisely Correct TKR Failures During Revision Surgery

In the last of three blog posts on the topic of unsatisfactory results post-TKR (total knee replacement), I will discuss using kinematic sensor technology to help me more precisely diagnose and correct a painful TKR.

Poor Results after TKR Due to Infection: Diagnosis and Treatment

For the second of three blog posts about post-surgical complications and unsatisfactory results after total knee replacement (TKR), I will discuss the critical need to rule out infection and if present, how to treat it.

Leading Edge Strategies to Regenerate Hyaline Cartilage

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My final blog in this series on biologic strategies for repairing joint damage focuses on leading edge treatments designed to stimulate the regeneration of new hyaline cartilage: Osteochondral Autograft Transplantation (OATS or Mosaicplasty), Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation, Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (ACI) and Stem Cell and Tissue engineering.

Robotic Assisted Partial Knee Replacement Surgery (Makoplasty)

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A partial knee replacement (PKR) is a wonderful surgical option for patients who have pain or damage in only one compartment of the knee and have not responded to conservative treatment.

There is a New Solution for Two Common Hip Replacement Surgery Complications

More than 400,000 total hip replacement surgeries are preformed…