Computer-Assisted Surgery is a giant step forward in joint replacement. Advanced computer-assisted surgical monitoring with the Stryker Navigation System helps your surgeon more precisely align your hip or knee implant with computer imaging. The Stryker Navigation System gives your surgeon 3-D imaging of your leg during surgery which may result in more exact placement of the implants.
Direct Anterior Approach Hip Replacement is a new technique that is muscle sparing. By using an incision located toward the front of the hip, no muscles need to be cut and patients can get back to normal activities sooner with almost no risk of hip dislocation.