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Kinomatic VR

so natural you'll forget you ever had surgery

Custom Surgical Planning to recreate your natural, biomechanical alignment.

Patients

Learn about the advancements and benefits of Kinomatic Custom Surgical Planning when compared to a standard joint replacement procedure.

Healthcare Providers

Explore Kinomatic implant and technology offerings that aim to improve the joint replacement experience.

Why choose us

Kinomatic Benefits

Smarter Surgery

Kinomatic VR helps your surgeon plan a procedure that is minimally invasive and modeled to your exact anatomy. Every single groove and ridge of bone and every ligament are mapped and factored into the operation, greatly reducing the amount of resection that might otherwise occur through traditional surgery.

More Accurate

During a joint replacement, surgeons only have a couple of inches through which to see their patient's anatomy. Kinomatic VR is able to show the patient's anatomy in an entirely new way allowing for higher degrees of familiarity and accuracy in the operating room.

A Natural Fit

Kinomatic VR allows your surgeon to determine your natural biomechanical alignment. The result is a knee, hip, or shoulder that feels so natural you’ll forget you ever had surgery.

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Improving the joint replacement standard

THE FORGOTTEN JOINT

A hip or knee that feels so natural after surgery
that you can't tell you ever had surgery

HIP Joint Perception

Current statistics show that 80% of knee replacement patients and 89% of hip replacement patients claim to be satisfied with their outcomes. However, when looking patient satisfaction in the context of natural vs. artificial, there is a much wider range of outcomes. About half of hip replacement patients reported their new joint as feeling artificial with about half of them also experiencing quality of life limitations as well. For knee replacement patients, even fewer reported a natural feeling joint. With Kinomatic, our primary goal is always a 100% natural feeling joint. We achieve this through precision, custom surgical planning, specific for each patient.

52%

Perceived a natural joint after surgery

24%

Perceived an artificial joint but reported no limitations after surgery

23%

Perceived an artificial joint and had some limitations after surgery

1%

Perceived an artificial joint and had major limitations after surgery

Source:

Benjamin Puliero, MD William G. Blakeney, MBBS, MSc, FRACS Yann Beaulieu, B.Eng Pascal-André Vendittoli, MD, MSc, FRCS(c), DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.arth.2018.09.086

KNEE Joint Perception

39%

Perceived a natural joint after surgery

12%

Perceived an artificial joint but had no limitations after surgery

36%

Perceived an artificial joint and had some limitations after surgery

13%

Perceived an artificial joint and had major limitations after surgery

Source:

David Eichler, MD, MSc, Yann Beaulieu, MD, Janie Barry, MSc, Vincent Massé, MD, FRCS(c), Pascal-André Vendittoli, MD, MSc, FRCS(c) DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.arth.2019.09.036

TECHNOLOGY

Kinomatic’s approach to orthopedic medicine is unlike anything else available in the industry today. Kinomatic VR is the only Virtual Reality platform designed specifically for orthopedic surgeons. Our proprietary software is helping surgeons plan procedures with a higher degree of confidence and accuracy. How does this work? From high resolution CT scans, we are able to build digital, 3D representations of your skeletal anatomy. Here is where the real work begins. Through in-depth analysis of your entire lower limb structure, our biomedical engineers are able to determine where the critical points are.

  • CT Scan
  • 3D Conversion
  • Measurements & Analysis
  • Implant Sizing
  • Anatomical Alignment
  • Virtual Reality Simulation
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Fully rendered 3D models in VR

Procedures

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Knee
Replacement

A knee replacement is the gold standard of care for severely arthritic cases that do not respond to conservative treatment. Anyone who has dealt with the constant pain of severe arthritis or injury in the knee knows how serious a detriment to well-being and quality of life it can be.

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Types of Knee Diagnoses:

Knee pain can be the result of several conditions. An accurate diagnosis must be made to determine how to best treat your symptoms.

  • ACL Injury
  • MCL sprain
  • Dislocated kneecap
  • Bakers cyst
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Hip Replacement

Also known as a total hip arthroplasty, this procedure involves removing damaged bone and replacing it with a combination of artificial parts. You could potentially need a hip replacement if you are experiencing daily hip or groin pain, stiffness, and if other, non-surgical treatment options are becoming ineffective.

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Types of Hip Diagnoses:

There can be multiple conditions that can cause damage to the hip joint. An accurate diagnosis must be made to determine how to best treat your symptoms.

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Osteonecrosis
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Shoulder Replacement

A total shoulder replacement involves removing the damaged ball-and-socket joint and replacing it with similarly shaped prosthetics to restore range of motion and strength to the shoulder. Shoulder replacements are considered to be as safe as hip and knee replacement surgeries, and are considered to be exceptionally effective at eliminating severe joint pain that has not responded to other, conventional treatments.

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Types of Shoulder Diagnoses:

Shoulder pain can be the result of several conditions. An accurate diagnosis must be made to determine how to best treat your symptoms.

  • Shoulder fracture
  • Arthritis
  • Torn rotator cuff
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Spine Surgery

Spine surgery can be unnerving for any patient. Whether you have issues with your neck, upper back, or lower back, you don’t want to take any chances. You want the most advanced technology, and a surgeon who is willing to take the extra time to plan out every detail of your procedure. Being able to diagnose your problem in full detail and create a virtual template for your surgery allows your surgeon to optimize your outcome.

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Types of Spinal Diagnoses:

Back pain can be the result of several conditions. An accurate diagnosis must be made to determine how to best treat your symptoms.

  • Herniated or ruptured disks
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Vertebral fracture
  • Degenerative disk disease
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