MAKOplasty | Oklahoma Center for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

MAKOplasty

MAKOplasty is a robotic-arm assisted procedure that is used to perform total hip replacement or partial knee resurfacing, in addition to joint resurfacing. MAKOplasty is supported by the RIO (Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopedic System), and was designed to help patients who suffer from degenerative joint diseases.

The MAKO procedure enables surgeons to reach a new level of precision using the latest technology. The RIO robotic arm provides surgeons with a 3-D model to help prepare them for the upcoming surgery, and enables them to plan the placement of the knee or hip implants prior to surgery

The Benefits of MAKOplasty

  • Quicker relief from pain
  • Improved surgical outcomes
  • Quicker recovery–from months to weeks
  • Smaller incision, less scarring
  • Reduced blood loss during surgery
  • Shorter hospital stay
  • A more natural-feeling joint following surgery

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- Colt Nichols, Motocross Rider

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- Chris Reynolds, Patient

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- Robbie Reynard, World Motocross Champion

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Oklahoma City Office

M. Sean O’Brien, D.O.
& Rita Hancock, M.D

3110 S.W. 89th Street, Suite 200C
Oklahoma City, OK 73159

Norman Office

Rita Hancock, M.D. 

2405 Westport Dr.
Norman, OK 73069

Yukon Office

M. Sean O’Brien, D.O.

 1491 Health Center Parkway
Yukon, OK 73099

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