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The Hospitals of Providence Introduces the Mako Total Knee to El Paso

Aug 21, 2017
The Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus is proud to announce that it is the first hospital in El Paso to offer the Mako Total Knee option to those suffering from knee pain. Mako Total Knee combines advanced robotic technology with clinically proven implants enabling surgeons to have a more predictable surgical experience with increased accuracy during laboratory testing.1 The Mako Total Knee compliments the Mako Partial Knee and Mako Total Hip applications that surgeons have been using at The Hospitals of Providence for years. Mako Total Knee is just one more way The Hospitals of Providence is working together to create the future of orthopedics and make healthcare better.

To learn more about Mako Total Knee attend an upcoming free Knee Pain seminar by registering online. Or to find a physician that can help conquer knee pain, please call 915-577-8467.

1 Hampp EL, Scholl LY, Prieto M, Chang T, Abbasi AZ, Bhowmik-Stoker M, Otto JK, Jacofsky DJ, Mont MA. “Accuracy Assessment of Robotic and Manual TKA in a Cadaveric Model.” Robotic-arm assisted total knee arthroplasty demonstrated greater accuracy to plan compared to manual technique. ORS 2017 Annual Meeting. San Diego. Poster No.2412.

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