A robotic assistant for joint replacement surgery

According to Dr Chua, the robotic arm is only semi-active and still requires the surgeon to make the final decisions during the operation. — Sunway Medical Centre

Are you one of the millions of silent sufferers living with chronic pain caused by arthritis or an injury to the hip or knee?

While conservative treatment options are the first line of treatment, some patients with severe disease may require hip or knee replacement surgery.

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