By admin | August 17, 2012
The minimally invasive Knee Replacement surgery is anew method of conducting knee surgeries that ensures that a surgeon performs a major surgery without any large incision. During this procedure, a much smaller incision is required. This is always about 3 to 5 inches, unlike the traditional standard incision and approach.
This minimally invasive knee replacement surgery approach results in less tissue damage. Instead of a required incision through the tendon, the surgeon can work between the fibers of the quadriceps muscles through the lesser incision. This will mean less pain, a decreased and better recovery time as well as better motion.
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