Take advantage of convenient
imaging services that help your orthopedist accurately diagnose your condition. Knee arthroscopy
Knee arthroscopy uses a tiny camera and small surgical tools to inspect, diagnose and treat problems in your knee. Your orthopedist may perform arthroscopy if you experience:
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear
Inflamed synovial tissue
Nationally certified knee replacement
Look to ProHealth for high-quality knee replacement. ProHealth Waukesha Memorial Hospital and ProHealth Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital hold Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement from The Joint Commission, the nation’s oldest and largest accrediting body in health care.
That means you can expect excellent surgical services and comprehensive care that helps you get the best results from your knee replacement. We’ll:
Computer-assisted total knee replacement
During knee replacement surgery, or knee arthroplasty, your orthopedist replaces a damaged joint with artificial parts. At ProHealth, your doctor may use a computer to help plan and guide your procedure. This technology helps your doctor work with greater precision and accuracy. You benefit from fewer side effects and a faster recovery time.
Robotic-arm assisted partial knee replacement
Partial knee replacement is also called partial knee resurfacing. During this procedure, your doctor removes and replaces the damaged part of your knee. The rest of your joint is left in place.
If your doctor recommends partial knee replacement, trust ProHealth – the first in Wisconsin to offer Mako partial knee. This advanced technology allows for a customized, minimally invasive surgery that means you’ll have less pain, less swelling and quicker recovery.
How does Mako work?
Your care team starts by creating a 3D virtual model of your knee. Your doctor uses this model to create a surgery plan customized to your body. During surgery, your doctor uses a robotic arm and computer navigation to place and align your new knee parts with pinpoint accuracy.