State-of-the-art Robot-assisted Surgery for Hip and Knee Replacements

At Brigham and Women's, our team is dedicated to using state-of-the-art technologies to improve surgical precision, outcomes and patient satisfaction. Robotic surgery (or robot-assisted surgery) is one of the advanced techniques being used by our surgical team for select knee and hip replacement surgeries.

Our cutting-edge robotic system gives our surgeons access to a 3D model of your joint and provides real-time range-of-motion data during surgery. This information allows our surgeons to tailor their surgical approach to your unique anatomy and guide the movements of the robot to make more precise cuts and improve implant positioning.

Schedule an appointment or virtual visit today to find out more about our robotic surgery capabilities.

Why Choose Us

In addition to robotic surgery options, our expert surgeons offer individualized treatment to each patient. You can trust our orthopedic specialists to provide expert, compassionate patient care.

  • We offer innovative surgical approaches, including total, partial and minimally invasive joint replacement surgery. For select orthopedic patients, we also offer outpatient (same-day) joint replacements.
  • Our comprehensive approach to joint replacement surgery uses modern anesthesia and pain management techniques combined with rapid rehabilitation to focus on a smooth recovery that gets patients home faster, with less pain. The majority of our patients are ready to return home the day after surgery.
  • Our innovative prehabilitation or "prehab" program optimizes health prior to surgery by providing strengthening exercises that have been shown to accelerate recovery and contribute to better outcomes.
  • The Center for Joint Health and Mobility is part of our Orthopedic & Arthritis Center of Excellence, a unique, collaborative and multidisciplinary union of specialists wholly devoted to the treatment and research of bone and joint conditions.
  • We are a nationally recognized leader in clinical and basic research on orthopedic conditions and diseases. Our robust musculoskeletal research programs continuously lead to advancements in patient care.
  • Our Department of Orthopedic Surgery is one of the nation's highest performing, according to U.S. News and World Report, and Brigham and Women's Hospital is a top 15 hospital in the U.S.
  • Our Center for Joint Health and Mobility offers a modern, innovative and convenient setting designed to restore your mobility through highly personalized care.
  • Our team of surgeons offer Virtual Visits and can consult with you about your treatment over your computer, tablet or phone.
  • Our Orthopedic specialists take comprehensive measures to provide the safest possible environment for our patients. Learn more about our Safe Care Commitment.

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