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Robotic Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery - Information Sessions Now Scheduled

29 August 2018

Could a robotic-assisted hip or knee replacement be right for you?

Burnside Hospital acquired the state-of-the-art MAKOplasty® Robotic Assisted Joint Replacement in December 2015. It enables surgeons trained and accredited to use this technology to offer robotic total hip replacement (robotic hip surgery) and robotic total and partial knee replacement (robotic knee surgery) to suitable patients.

This proven and leading technology has been used throughout the world over the past 12 years and complements our hospital’s range of orthopaedic surgery treatment options.


Patient Information Sessions:

Patient information sessions hosted by the CEO will be held at Burnside Hospital through October and November 2018. Come along to learn more about this treatment option  from accredited surgeons who are using this technology. Also in attendance will be a physiotherapist and a registered nurse from the hospital.

Session Date and Times

  • Saturday 20 Oct 10.00am — 11.30am
  • Wednesday 24 Oct 6.00pm — 7.30pm
  • Saturday 3 Nov 10.00am — 11.30am
  • Saturday 24 Nov 10.00am — 11.30am

Venue:
Burnside Hospital Lecture Room (ground floor)
120 Kensington Road
Toorak Gardens SA 5065

Register:
Please register to attend one of the sessions at: events@burnsidehospital.asn.au or call 8202 7208.
Light refreshments will be provided

 

For more information on robotic-assisted joint replacement surgery, click to visit the Adelaide Hip and Knee Centre website or visit our robotics page here.



Robotic-assisted joint replacement surgery is an innovative procedure that allows surgeons to use minimally-invasive techniques and achieve high levels of accuracy. Now with over 500 successful ortho-robotic procedures carried out so far at Burnside Hospital by four accredited orthopaedic surgeons; Dr Robert Baird, Dr Robert Fassina, Dr Andrew Morris and Dr Justin Munt, you can rest assured that you are in excellent hands. This proven and leading technology has been used throughout the world, for over 12 years and complements our hospital's range of orthopaedic surgery treatment options.

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