MAKOplasty for Hips and Knees Main Content

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Patients with early-to-mid-stage osteoarthritis who experience the following symptoms may be candidates for the new, MAKOplasty Partial Knee Resurfacing procedure at Baptist Health.

MAKOplasty Total Hip Arthroplasty

This procedure is for patients who have non-inflammatory or inflammatory joint disease. You may be a candidate for this new hip surgery if you experience:

  • Pain while putting weight on the affected hip
  • Limping to lessen the weight-bearing pressure on the affected hip
  • Pain that may radiate to the groin, lower back or down the thigh to the knee
  • Hip pain or stiffness during walking or other impact activities

MAKOplasty Partial Knee Replacement

This procedure is for patients with early to mid-stage osteoarthritis who experience the following symptoms:

  • Pain while standing or walking short distances or getting in and out of chairs
  • Pain with activity, climbing up or downstairs
  • Start up pain or stiffness when activities are initiated from a sitting position
  • Joint stiffness after getting out of bed
  • Swelling in one or more areas of the knee
  • A grating sensation or crunching feeling in the knee during use