Robotic-Assisted Surgery – Mark E. Gittins, D.O.

Transcript:

Robotic-assisted surgery is just that, it’s an assistant to the surgeon. Some people may be fearful of it because they think the robot is cold and hands-off, but actually, the robot is something that we utilize to become much more accurate. 

It’s always under the control of the surgeon, but it does give a more accurate implementation of their implants. Therefore, we think, longer and better outcomes.

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