The CORI◊ robotics-assisted surgical system is one of the leading options for full and partial knee replacements, due to its precision and accuracy. Unlike other surgical technologies out there, CORI◊ utilizes advanced robotics technology to precisely map and guide surgical instruments as they are used during a procedure. This can give surgeons more control over their movements, resulting in more successful outcomes for patients.
The CORI◊ surgical system features a variety of helpful system components, such as special navigation and planning software, and intuitive user interfaces to help ensure that the entire surgical team is on the same page and in sync with each other throughout the procedure. Overall, the features of the CORI◊ robotics-assisted surgical system can result in shorter operation times, decreased recovery times, and a more familiar feel for the patient, which is our priority here at Syracuse Area Health – Strasburger Orthopaedics.
Increased Accuracy Leads to Better Outcomes
Thanks to the anatomical mapping of the CORI◊ robotics-assisted surgical system, surgeons can plan their operations ahead of time according to the exact anatomy of each individual patient. This allows surgeons to enter the operating room with more preparedness than ever possible with traditional surgical methods – resulting in shorter operating times on average.
The CORI◊ surgical system helps reproduce the original shape and structure of the patient’s knee by creating a digital, three-dimensional model before the surgery. Then during the procedure, the surgeon uses the CORI◊ robotics-assisted surgical system to assist in making ultra-precise movements. This level of accuracy is what sets CORI◊ apart from traditional knee replacement methods, and why patients who undergo CORI◊ robotics-assisted surgeries have an increased likelihood of recovering a full range of motion.
CORI◊ and Strasburger Orthopaedics
As the leading orthopaedic surgeon here at Syracuse Area Health – Strasburger Orthopaedics, Dr. Scott Strasburger was one of the first surgeons in the state of Nebraska to train using the CORI◊ robotics-assisted surgical system. Today, he is one of only a few surgeons in Southeast Nebraska who offers full and partial knee replacements with this innovative technology.
If you are suffering from knee joint discomfort and think you may be a candidate for knee replacement surgery, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Strasburger today to learn more about the CORI◊ robotics-assisted surgical system. Then with his help, you can determine the best course of treatment.
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