Shady Grove Medical Center is the first in the area to utilize another high-tech robotic system for joint replacement, the ROSA® Knee System, expandi
The commercial launch and first successful surgeries of its new Libertas® Taper Reduced Uncemented Femoral Stem, the latest addition to its hip syste
During the coronavirus pandemic, many orthopedic practices and ASCs temporarily halted elective procedures and transitioned to telemedicine for weeks, or months, until it was safe to resume procedures.
Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center is the first hospital in the Metro Washington, D.C., area performing minimally invasive total knee replacement using the MAKOPlasty® robotics system. MAKOplasty®, less invasive than traditional joint replacement surgery, is performed using a surgeon-controlled robotic arm to enhance stability and increase range of motion.
OrthAlign, Inc., a privately held U.S.-based medical device and technology company providing orthopedic surgeons with precision tools, announced the full commercial launch of UniAlign™, the world’s first handheld navigation device for unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA).
Two Hips, Two Weeks
An Alternative to Knee Replacement
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Sri Durbhakula helps a patient with knee pain with a device called Bionicare. Click here to learn more.
Shady Grove Adventist Hospital is the first in Montgomery County to use the specially designed Hana Table, which looks more like exercise equipment than a surgical tool. Click here to learn more.
Younger Patients Get Hip - Dr. Sridhar Durbhakula featured on NBC Washington
Most of us think exercise and sports are keeping us healthier, but can staying too active as we age cause more harm than good? How staying active could be causing young people to get hip replacements. Click here to learn more.
GAITHERSBURG, Md. - More than a quarter million Americans a year undergo hip replacement surgery. With traditional surgery, the patient is generally told to limit mobility for six to eight weeks. Click here to learn more.