• Robotically Assisted Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty with a...

    Dr Ali Belooshi, Mr Alberto Gregori and Mr Dinesh Nathwani.

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    Examining robotics-assistance in unicompartmental knee arthroplasty, this webinar highlights the benefits of image-free, handheld sculpting with the NAVIO™ Surgical System. Demonstrating functionality for data capture, planning and gap balancing, the faculty surgeons share how it influenced factors such as patient satisfaction, pain, and revisions over five years.

  • Real Intelligence: The changing face of TJR with Technology

    Dr Peter Bollars, Dr Narendra Vaidya, and Dr Bertrand Kaper.

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    This webinar outlines the role of handheld robotics in total knee surgery, and how image-free planning and accuracy in execution impact kinematics, alignment, and patient satisfaction. Following an overview of the NAVIO Surgical System – showing on-screen prompts for data capture and gap analysis – the faculty discuss techniques and challenges using patient case studies.

  • Navigated knee arthroplasty nowadays

    Prof Edward Davis, and Prof Heiko Graichen.

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    A session debating the advantages, technological capabilities, and cost implications of using navigation software and digital ecosystems in knee arthroplasty, and how they influence outcomes. In the context of clinical evidence, the faculty discuss how Brainlab™ KNEE3 and the CORI™ Surgical System help accuracy, alignment, range of motion, and gap balancing; while demonstrating the surgical workflow and system features.

  • Digital Care Management in Total Joint Practices and ASCs with ARIA

    Dr Rowland Roberson and Annette Morgan, RN.

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    Exploring the ARIA digital connected care solution for total joint practices and ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs), this discussion outlines how functionality and customised pathways contribute to factors such as assessment, compliance, education, and care navigation. Analysing current care management limitations, the faculty shares how various PROMs and data sets can impact predictive costing and outcomes.

  • Robotic-assisted Bi-Cruciate Stabilised Total Knee Replacement

    Dr Peter Bollars, Dr Bertrand Kaper, and Dr Tim Waters.

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    The surgeon panel explore the use of image-free, handheld robotics in bi-cruciate retaining total knee replacement. Demonstrating the surgical approach – from pin set-up to bone preparation – they discuss the importance of anatomical surface-mapping and data capture for accurate bone removal, gap balancing, and implant placement.

  • Does robotic-assistance optimize knee arthroplasty: a look at evidence

    Mr Dinesh Nathwani, Dr ran Schwarzkopf, and Dr Tim Waters.

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    The surgeon panel shares insights and experience on the use of robotics-assistance in total knee arthroplasty, with an in-depth analysis of the growing body of clinical evidence. Examining the workflow, features, and software capabilities, they outline its contribution to accuracy and surgical efficiency, and the overall impact on meeting surgical objectives and patient expectations.

  • Handheld Robotic Bi-Cruciate Retaining Total Knee Arthroplasty

    Dr James Chow, Dr Max Ettinger, and Dr David Rovinsky.

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    The surgeon faculty explores how implant design and image-free, handheld robotics-assistance combine in bi-cruciate retaining total knee surgery. With an overview of key design features, they conduct a detailed analysis of the workflow and software features, and how they translate to achieving surgical objectives and meeting patient expectations.