OMNIBotics™ Robotic-Assisted Total Knee Replacement Surgery

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Precision You Can Feel

The OMNIBotics™ robotic-assisted total knee replacement procedure is for patients who suffer from debilitating pain that is caused by degeneration of the joint due to progressive osteoarthritis that impacts all three compartments of the knee. During the procedure, the surgeon will replace any damaged cartilage, bone, and other tissues with state-of-the-art joint implants. Successful procedures depend on a number of factors, including high-level accuracy and control for an anatomical fit as well as precise alignment and placement of the implant.

The Difference OMNIBotics Makes

An innovative procedure that combines the latest computer science and robotic-assisted technology, total knee replacement using the OMNIBotics system allows the surgeon to align, place, and fit implants with greater precision1 compared to traditional knee replacement systems. Each procedure is tailored to the patient’s individual anatomy before surgery, to enable the surgeon to plan cutting and placement, and during surgery, using OMNIBotics Bone Morphing™ technology. This technology is able to generate and display a 3-D model of the patient’s knee, working like a GPS system by positioning a robotic cutting guide in real time. Because of this constant tracking and robotic-assisted corrections, the surgeon is able to prepare the bone to the patient’s specifications and accurately place the joint implant. The surgeon then uses the system to verify that the plan was followed exactly, ensuring the best possible outcome for each patient.

A Difference You Can Feel

OMNIBotics’ precision delivers an implant that offers improved functionality, mobility, and range of motion as well as longer-lasting joints so that your new, natural-feeling knee will work comfortably for years and years2. OMNIBotics provides precision that you can feel.

With the OMNIBotics system, patients may recover more quickly with less postoperative pain. OMNIBotics Bone Morphing™ technology allows patients to save on cost and time by avoiding MRI or CAT scans as well as radiation exposure.

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Why Choose Flagstaff Bone & Joint?

The only surgeon in the region to offer this procedure, Dr. Amber Randall has extensive training in OMNIBotics technology and fellowship training in total joint replacement, making her uniquely equipped to help patients stay in motion. 

To schedule a consultation with Dr. Randall, please request an appointment online or call (928) 773-2280.

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2. Clark TC, Schmidt FH. Robot-Assisted Navigation versus Computer-Assisted Navigation in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty: Efficiency and Accuracy. ISRN Orthop. 2013 Jun 24;2013. 
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