Free Lunch-and-Learn to Highlight Technology Used In Partial Knee Resurfacing Procedures
Oklahoma City – Bone and Joint Hospital at St. Anthony will host a free educational luncheon on MAKOplasty® robotic knee surgery on Wednesday, June 20, at noon, in the Education Center, 1111 N. Dewey Ave., Oklahoma City.
MAKOplasty® is used to treat early to mid-stage osteoarthritis of the knee. This technology offers a more precise and consistent result for partial knee resurfacing. Powered by robotic arm technology, the potential benefits of this minimally invasive procedure include; a more rapid recovery, shorter hospital stay, and a more natural feeling knee.
Bradley Reddick, D.O., will discuss this advance treatment, medications, and other options that can offer relief and improve your quality of life. Dr. Reddick is a board certified orthopedic surgeon on staff at Bone and Joint Hospital at St. Anthony. He received his medical degree from Oklahoma State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, and his areas of interest include hip and knee preservation.
Attend this free luncheon to learn more about the benefits of MAKOplasty®. Space is limited. Please register by calling (405) 979-7814.