Free Guide to Mako® Joint Replacement Surgery

What is Mako® robotic-arm assisted joint replacement surgery, and why is it better than other types of surgery for knee or hip replacement? It starts with natural-feeling implants custom-designed to your unique anatomy. Patients who receive this minimally invasive surgery report less pain and quicker recovery compared to traditional joint replacement surgery. Download our free guide to learn more.

Mako® Joint Replacement Surgeries

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Total Hip Replacement

In clinical studies, Mako® robotic-arm assisted total hip replacement resulted in higher scores for hip function, motion, activity and elimination of pain compared to manual total hip replacement. Mako® total hip replacement starts with a 3-D virtual model of your unique anatomy to guide your surgeon in achieving highly accurate placement and alignment of your hip implant.

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Partial or Total Knee Replacement

Studies show that Mako® robotic-assisted partial or total knee replacement results in less pain and more precise implant placement than manual surgeries. The Mako® implants are custom designed by your surgeon to fit your unique anatomy and to experience less wear and loosening than implants used in manual joint surgery.

Three Community Locations

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Dr. P. Phillips Hospital

Dr. P. Phillips Hospital

Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital is a full-service medical and surgical facility serving the residents of southwest Orange County and Orlando’s growing tourist population.

Health Central Hospital

Health Central Hospital

Orlando Health – Health Central Hospital is a full-service acute care facility that offers convenient on-site and local access to more than 500 doctors of all specialties.

South Seminole Hospital

South Seminole Hospital

Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital is located in scenic Longwood and delivers a full range of healthcare services to the residents of Seminole County.