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Month: October 2021

Kinomatic’s goal is and always has been to put your body back into its natural, biomechanical alignment. A huge part of this is achieving perfect balancing during a total knee arthroplasty (TKA). Balancing an artificial knee is a much more complex matter than it may seem. There is some degree of debate and subjectivity when […]

Kinomatic is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Louay Toma as a Kinomatic Provider. Dr. Louay Toma is a highly respected and sought after orthopedic surgeon based in the California Bay Area, and he is now offering Kinomatic’s Custom Surgical Planning service to his patients needing a total joint arthroplasty.  While Dr. Toma is […]

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The majority of total joint arthroplasty cases done in the United States still use 2D x-rays as the only preoperative imaging required before stepping into the operating room. This is the case despite growing amounts of evidence suggesting that CT preoperative imaging is more accurate when planning a total hip or knee replacement. Most hospitals […]

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The long-term success of a total hip arthroplasty (THA) relies on many factors. Most importantly it depends on the appropriate implant choice and accurate component positioning. Traditionally, implant positioning has been determined by pre- and postoperative, plain radiographs. However, as our understanding of optimal implant positioning has evolved, some providers are utilizing advanced methods in […]

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