Raleigh Joint Replacement
Do you need a Joint Replaced?
North Carolina Specialty Orthopaedic surgeons offer total hip, knee and partial knee replacements for Raleigh patients. Physicians are using advanced technology in joint replacement surgery, including the use of the MAKOplasty device. The MAKOplasty is a robotic device that assists physicians by using minimally invasive approaches to knee and hip replacements.
North Carolina Specialty uses the most advanced technology that offer patient’s minimized surgery, reduced pain and a rapid recovery.
If you are considering or are scheduled for knee or hip replacement, being prepared is the first step towards a successful outcome. Sign-up for a Preadmission Total Joint Class and bring a family member or friend to gain further information and awareness of the surgery and recovery process.
To find a physician that can best assist or answer any questions you may have, click on Find a Physician.
- Total Hip Replacement
- Total Knee Replacement
- Partial Knee Replacement
Makoplasty offers advanced procedure options to patients in need of partial hip and knee resurfacing. This minimal invasive procedure is supported by the RIO, also known as the Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopaedic System, and is used by qualified surgeons from North Carolina Specialty Hospital. RIO enables physicians to obtain increased precision when using the latest methods in both hip and knee replacement. The Makoplasty device offers several benefits to include: Less implant wear and loosening Less scaring Minimal hospitalization Rapid Recovery Improved surgical outcomes North Carolina Specialty is one of the few hospitals in state that provides this procedure. The RIO is another way that NCSH continues to evolve and our commitment to using innovative technology to offer our patients an alternative to conventional procedures and promote rapid relief from pain so that they can return to their daily activities. If you would like to learn more about this procedure, contact us (919) 956-9300 or Find a Physician. Visit http://www.makoplasty.com/ for more information.