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Month: November 2021

One of the key backbones of Kinomatic is to restore the native, biomechanical alignment during a total knee arthroplasty (TKA) procedure. We empower our surgeons by giving them additional tools and information prior to the procedure so that the majority of the complexities of a TKA are known ahead of time. All the surgeon has […]

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A recent study has shown encouraging evidence that performing total hip arthroplasty using computer-guided methods may reduce the risk of needing a revision. The study, published just this year (2021), analyzed 41,683 non-computer-guided cases and 871 computer-guided cases by using the patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) data of the National Joint Registry of England, Wales, Northern […]

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The standard knee replacement is seemingly on its way out due to the emergence of newer technologies and more personalized approaches. Kinomatic believes that the future of total joint arthroplasty is in personalized approaches. Given that long term implant survivorship is around 10-20 years, unfortunately there isn’t much data yet to clinically determine that these […]

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Kinomatic’s virtual reality implementation is a key aspect of what sets us apart from other orthopedic technology companies. The possibilities that virtual reality offers continues to show and prove that it has many meaningful applications in medicine as a whole. An article by Dr. Liji Thomas, MD points out the many different ways that VR […]

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