Partial knee replacement
Robotic-arm assisted partial knee
As an orthopedic surgeon, I specialize in operative and non-operative management of sports-related injuries and conditions of the knee. I treat patients of all ages, and have a special interest in joint preservation and treatments for early arthritis through my training at the Cartilage Repair Center at Harvard University. I plan to use the treatment strategies I learned in Boston to care for patients in the greater-Columbus area in my practice at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. With an active patient population, I prefer the Makoplasty technique for partial knee replacement surgery because of the increased accuracy of implant positioning and the minimal bone resection needed for implantation.
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