CORI Technology for Joint Replacement Surgery

Joint pain is the most common reason for seeing an orthopedic physician. It can range from mildly irritating to debilitating and becomes increasingly more common with age. Many people live in pain but the good news is, joint pain can be treated or alleviated. At Hilton Head Regional Healthcare, we are committed to helping our patients in the Lowcountry and nearby cities treat and manage joint pain and see you go back to a more active lifestyle and do the things that you enjoy.

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What Is the CORITM Surgical System?

CORITM Surgical System is a robotics-assisted navigation technology designed to help orthopedic surgeons perform partial and total knee replacement surgery.

How Does the CORITM Surgical System Work for Knee Replacement?

CORITM Surgical System works in tandem with your surgeon’s skilled hands to achieve precise positioning of the knee implant components during surgery.

Each patient has a unique anatomy. The CORITM Surgical System eliminates the need to get a CT scan of your knee before surgery. During the procedure, the surgeon uses the CORI handheld robotics technology to create a customized 3D digital model of your knee. This image helps the surgeon choose the right size of the implant for you and create a detailed surgical plan to optimize your knee’s range of motion and function.

Injuries and Conditions that May Need Knee Replacement

If joint pain stops you from doing the things you love, you’re not living life to the fullest. Our orthopedic surgeons and staff at Hilton Head Regional Healthcare not only offer expert care, but also safe and compassionate care. Whether your condition requires partial or a total knee replacement, we are here for you with minimally invasive treatment options using CORITM Surgical System to help you get back on your feet.

Some of the injuries and conditions that may need a total knee replacement include

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Osteonecrosis
  • Bone tumors
  • Loss of joint cartilage
  • Non-inflammatory or inflammatory degenerative joint disease

Find an Orthopedic Specialist

If you are suffering from joint pain or discomfort due to an undiagnosed condition or an injury, please do not delay care. Speak with one of our orthopedic specialists for proper diagnosis and advice on the best treatment options for your condition.

Know Your Joint Replacement Options

Before recommending the best joint replacement option for your condition, your orthopedic doctor may advise you to undergo specific tests, such as a CT scan, pain mapping, provocative arthrography or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Talk to an orthopedic specialist today to determine your options and get back the life you deserve sooner than later.

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