Dublin Methodist Hospital adopts Stryker's robotic technology

Dublin (Ohio) Methodist Hospital introduced Stryker's Mako robotic-arm-assisted knee replacement technology.

Orthopedic surgeon Thomas J. Kovack, DO, completed the hospital's first procedure using the Mako device. The technology uses a 3D model to help personalize patients' surgical plans and is designed to improve implant alignment and positioning.

Dr. Kovack is a member of Columbus, Ohio-based Hand and Microsurgery Associates.

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