MAKOplasty Robotic Surgery
Join us on Wednesday, September 26th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. as we unveil the newest member of our surgical team – the Robot Arm Interactive Orthopedic System. With Medical Center of McKinney’s recent addition of MAKOplasty robotic hip and knee surgery, we can offer a new treatment option for those suffering from osteoarthritis of the knee, or hip pain from degenerative joint disease.
The free meet the MAKOplasty robot event will be held Wednesday, September 26th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Medical Center of McKinney, 4500 Medical Center Drive, in the main lobby. Charles Toulson, MD, medical director of orthopedic services at Medical Center of McKinney will be available from 1 – 2 p.m. to answer questions.
Free Joint Pain Seminar Featuring New Robotic Surgical Options
Staying active helps you stay healthy, but joint problems can make even everyday tasks painful. Medical Center of McKinney is committed to offering you full-service, high quality care you need to get moving again and has recently added the MAKOplasty® robot for advanced hip and knee surgery.
The MAKOplasty enables surgeons to perform hip and knee replacements with utmost precision and accuracy, thus ensuring the replacement lasts longer than was once possible.
Join us for one of our free seminars focusing on robotic surgical options for the hip and knee, anterior hip replacement surgery, hip resurfacing, partial knee replacement, osteoarthritis of the knee and more.
- Tuesday, October 16th
- Monday, October 29th
- Wednesday, November 14th
- Tuesday, November 20th
- Wednesday, November 28th
- Tuesday, December 4th
- Tuesday, December 18th
Seminars will be held at Medical Center of McKinney, 4500 Medical Center Drive, Classrooms 3-4. Seating is limited, so please call 1-855-296-6265 to make a reservation. Light refreshments will be served.
MCM's Center for Hip and Knee Replacement Offers Advanced MAKO®plasty Technology
With the Joint Replacement Center's recent addition of MAKO®plasty robotic hip and knee surgery, Medical Center of McKinney's (MCM) trend of excellence forges on.
"This state-of-the-art robotic arm technology offers a new level of precision and accuracy in aligning and placing implants," says Charles Toulson, M.D., Medical Director of Orthopedics for MCM. "MAKOplasty enables us to perform knee and hip replacement with utmost precision and accuracy, thus ensuring the replacement lasts longer than was once possible. This is very important news for patients seeking the latest technology advancements in knee and hip replacement, as well as a restored lifestyle."