LONG BRANCH, N.J. – Technology is constantly changing and improving the level of care provided
to patients. The advancement of Stryker’s Mako robotic-arm assisted
surgery is transforming orthopaedics. The robotic arm is already being
used as a platform for total hip replacement and partial new replacement,
and will soon be used for total knee replacement surgery.
Be among the first to learn more about the robotic-arm assisted surgeries at
Mako Robot—Total Knee Replacement…Don’t Let Life Bring
You to Your Knees presented by Monmouth Medical Center. Join Nicole Wilps RN, BSN, assistant
clinical director and program coordinator of Joint and Spine at Monmouth
Medical Center, and Tim Lunn from orthopaedic sales with Stryker to learn
about the total knee replacement surgery as well as discuss why the quality
of the operator of the robotic-arm is very critical component of the surgeries.
This free program will take place on Wednesday, November 16 from 1 to 2
p.m. in the SCAN classroom on the lower level of the Monmouth Mall, located
at Routes 35 and 36, Eatontown. Registration is required by calling