Providing you with the best possible surgical care is our priority.
Our professionals leverage their knowledge and expertise to provide you with enhanced patient care every day. That’s why our operating rooms include surgical robotic guidance technology for spine procedures. Educating yourself on why our surgeons use the technology they do — and how they use it — is important in understanding the risks and benefits of your surgery.
Be fully informed about your surgery
Understanding how the surgical robotic guidance technology works and why it’s used helps you work in partnership with your physician and surgeon to make an informed decision about your medical care.
How surgical robotic guidance works
Your spine anatomy is what enables your posture, alignment, and movement. Our surgeons use technologies like robotic guidance to visualize and perform corrections that are created for the nuances of your individual anatomy.
Our surgeons strive to provide you with the best surgical care. That’s why our team uses the Mazor X Stealth™ Edition Robotic Guidance System, a technology that assists with precision and predictability in surgical procedures. With the combination of a computer and specialized software and instruments, our surgeons use this system to plan where and how they will operate on your spine. Then an automated robotic “arm” holds key surgical instrumentation in place for the surgeon. The robotic guidance helps your surgeon execute their plan and perform the surgery with precision.
The Mazor X Stealth™ Edition spine robotic guidance system:
- Helps your surgeon with procedure planning by providing 3D images on your anatomy.
- Provides enhanced surgical predictability with robotic guidance.
- Enables your surgeon to customize the approach to match your specific needs.
- Visualize the anatomy in 3D and the placement of surgical instrumentation throughout the procedure.