Published on Mar 9, 2016
Liberty Hospital’s newest technology, MAKOplasty® is discusses. Patients share their experience with their surgery. This major advancement in joint replacement allows surgeons to perform partial knee and hip replacements using robotic arm technology. With this new technology, orthopaedists are able to create a customized surgery … Read the Rest
Published on Mar 9, 2016
Published on Feb 11, 2013 Learn more about MAKOplasty® partial knee replacement through this video patient testimonial. The information provided herein is not meant to substitute for the in-depth consultation you should have with your physician. Only a licensed physician can adequately diagnose and explain your underlying orthopedic condition, the … Read the Rest
Randy Csikos, 58, of Cedar Lake, Indiana, has never been one to back away from a challenge… Unfortunately, years of working on his knees at construction sites took a toll on Randy, who eventually developed arthritis in both knees.
…He made an appointment with Dr. … Read the Rest
Redding Resident Continues Active Lifestyle after MAKOplasty® Partial Knee Replacement Surgery at Danbury Hospital July 24, 2015 – Danbury, CT
In the U.S., an estimated twenty percent of baby boomers will develop some form of osteoarthritis. When it develops on the knee as we age, the cartilage and menisci become … Read the Rest
Robena is a passionate Italian woman. Not just because of her “all day” spaghetti sauce but because she has a real zest for life. Robena loves to cook, walk for miles, swim, and visit with her neighbors. Then she got arthritis in her knee.… Read the Rest
For Rich Hutchinson, skiing is a passion. He was a member of the 1990 -1991 U.S. National Ski Team and the former National Race and Promotions Coordinator for Elan Ski Equipment. “I grew up skiing in New Hampshire at the age of two, ski racing at age four, and ski … Read the Rest
Nancy Strk is a teacher assistant on Long Island. A fall during a trip to Croatia with her husband in 2006 left her with a badly injured knee. She had arthroscopic surgery, but her knee only got worse.
“I was in pain 24/7. When I stood up, my knee often … Read the Rest
Going back and forth between his office and the deputy clerk’s office isn’t such a big deal anymore for Mike Rowlison.
The 61-year-old clerk-treasurer of the town of LaGrange used to limit his walking, especially taking the stairs, because of the pain it caused. His knee problems started when he … Read the Rest
Before her arthritis, Mary enjoyed an active lifestyle that included swimming, walking, bicycling, and working at the hospital as a courier. But when she started getting arthritis in her knees, everyday life became difficult. Mary says, “the more I walked the worse it [the arthritis pain] … Read the Rest
I have an Oxford Partial Knee, installed in me Sept. 17, 2008 I had a year check up for that knee yesterday, it was actually a year from the last time I saw him about that knee. My doctor is Dr. Lawrence Schweitzer of Connecticut Family Orthopedics in Danbury, CT. … Read the Rest