There are many people waiting for knee replacement surgery. Innovations in surgical techniques have made this a relatively routine procedure despite its invasive nature. However hospital stay and recovery times can be a protracted affair. A new technique has been developed that can save parts of the original knee joint replacing only the damaged areas and improve recovery and rehabilitation times.
- Dr. Michael Bronson, director of joint replacement surgery at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Associate Clinical Professor, Orthopaedics