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MIDLANDS FIRST FOR ROBOTIC HIP & KNEE SURGERY Spire Little Aston Hospital in Sutton Coldfield is celebrating after its private patients became the first in the Midlands to undergo revolutionary roboticallyassisted hip and knee surgery. Mako, the state of the art robotic arm, is a precision tool now used by selected surgeons at the hospital, and is offered as an alternative to traditional hip and knee replacements. The Hospital in Little Aston has the only Mako robot within private hospitals in the Midlands area.

The very first Mako robotically assisted knee replacement took place at Spire Little Aston last year and since then, the Hospital has seen increased demand for the robotically assisted procedure as word spreads about its benefits. The robot has the capability to achieve never before seen levels of accuracy during surgery. This pioneering technology results in improved precision, quicker recovery times and less pain for patients. Ved Goswami, the surgeon behind the first procedure at Spire Little Aston commented: “The Mako robot has a track record of delivering outstanding results for patients. Over 100,000 procedures have been carried out using the robot across the world and it’s a real pleasure to be able to bring this technology to Midlands’ patients for the very first time. For me, seeing patients return to the lifestyle they know and love faster than ever is a huge satisfaction”. “We’re delighted to be able to offer our patients the very latest in hip and knee surgery” said Richard Foulkes, Hospital Director. “We are seeing record levels of interest from across the Midlands from patients seeking the Mako technology over traditional hip and knee replacement techniques. The Mako robot is very much at home here in the hospital and we’re over the moon with the initial results our patients are experiencing”.

Come to a free mini consultation to talk to a surgeon about Mako on Tuesday 28th May 6.00pm – 7.30pm To reserve your place, call: 0121 514 7084 or visit www.spirelittleaston.com

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Staffordshire Living Magazine  

Issue 89 - May/June

Staffordshire Living Magazine  

Issue 89 - May/June