Mazor Robotics Renaissance Guidance System is the latest addition to Bon Secours' extensive surgical robotics program, which is aimed at optimum patient outcomes and quality care.
When compared to freehand, open surgeries, this technology offers enhanced performance by increasing placement accuracy and reducing neurologic risks. It also may reduce the exposure to radiation in minimally invasive procedures, as small incisions can create a lack of direct line of vision, requiring many intraoperative X-rays. Overall, patients who undergo a minimally invasive surgery may benefit from less postoperative pain, smaller incisions and minimal scars, a shorter hospitalization stay and faster recovery time.
Bon Secours Orthopaedic Institute routinely employs modern diagnostic tools for spine care and complications, such as breaks, sprains, diseases and other various conditions. Board-certified physicians, surgeons, nurses, physical therapists and pain experts handle a wide range of orthopaedic situations while recognizing the importance of attentive, compassionate care.
Meet our orthopaedic surgeons experienced with the Mazor Robotics Renaissance Guidance System: