Recovering After A Total Knee Replacement
Total knee replacement surgery is a procedure that can restore mobility to the knee and reduce and even eliminate the pain that may have been affecting you for years. Once you finally take this step and schedule the procedure, you won't regret your decision. Restoring function and mobility post-injury can be life changing.
What Is Arthroscopic Surgery?
Arthroscopic knee surgery can provide you with a highly effective way of treating knee injuries and knee pain. Wondering how it works? Here's a little more information on this treatment option.
Knee Replacement vs. Knee Resurfacing
vities you love. Issues with cartilage in the knee, as well as other problems with your knee anatomy, may lead you to consider total knee replacement surgery or knee resurfacing. We're here to tell you the difference between the two and the best way to determine which is the right choice.
MAKO Robotic Surgery in Westlake Village
Looking for the right orthopedic surgeon in Westlake Village is easy if you consider the level of expertise of each candidate.  You may recall our blog post on how to choose your surgeon.  It highlights the main qualifications to look for when choosing who to see for orthopedic conditions: Is your surgeon fellowship trained? How
MAKO The Next Big Thing In Robotics
Friday, 13 August 2021 / Published in MAKO, Robotic Surgery
MAKO – The Next Big Thing In Robotics
In the world of Orthopedics, surgical methods and techniques are always being improved upon.  That’s why any good surgeon pursues continued education to stay abreast of the industry’s improvements and developments.   Board-Certified Dr. Gregory H. Tchejeyan is no stranger to this.  He is continually seeking knowledge about different orthopedic surgical techniques, determining what is most
3 Ways to Prepare the Knee for Total Knee Arthroplasty
Total Knee Arthroplasty, or TKA, refers to the total surgical replacement of the knee surface.  Whether it’s full or partial knee replacement, the existing bone always has to be prepared to accept the implant.  There are three main methods your surgeon could use to prepare the knee for this procedure – manual instruments, patient-specific instruments