Dedicated to providing you with the best possible solutions for your chronic knee pain, board-certified orthopedic surgeon Chad Mitchell, M.D., and fellowship-trained joint reconstruction surgeon Nicholas Crossman, D.O., offer robotic-assisted knee replacement using the CORI Surgical System.

How Does CORI Robotic Knee Replacement Work?

The CORI Surgical System offers knee replacement designed specifically for you. Unlike other forms for robotic joint replacement, the CORI system does not use high-radiation CT scans or MRI. Instead, it uses an advanced computer program to map out the shape and motion of your knee so your surgeon can create a completely tailored, 3D surgical plan. Then your surgeon will use the advanced accuracy of computer and robot assistance to remove damaged joint tissues and bone and precisely align and place implant components according to your natural anatomy.

The Ultimate Knee Replacement Experience

Robotic-assisted knee replacement using the CORI Surgical System can offer you the following patient benefits:

  • Ability to regain function faster, return home sooner, and reduce overall recovery time
  • Computer and robotic optimized alignment and balancing to assist implant placement for better accuracy
  • Added precision to retain more existing, healthy joint structures for a more natural-feeling new knee
  • Better overall efficiency to reduce time in surgery and time under anesthesia
  • Less radiation exposure in tailored surgical planning (No CT or MRI needed)

To consult with our CORI knee replacement surgeons to see if you are a good candidate, please call 850-785-4344 for an appointment.