Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery

Advanced precision for knee replacements

For the latest advancements in partial and total knee replacements, you need the expertise of LMH Health OrthoKansas, the only orthopedic center offering Mako Technology locally. If non-surgical treatments aren’t helping your knee pain, robotic-assisted surgery may provide the relief you need.

With Mako Technology, your surgeon will use a 3D virtual model of your joint to create a personalized surgical plan unique to your joint damage and anatomy. During the procedure, Mako provides data that allows the surgeon to make real-time adjustments as needed for optimal alignment of the joint implant. The surgeon skillfully guides the robotic arm for advanced precision throughout the procedure.

For patients, the benefits of Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery frequently include shorter hospital stays, faster recovery, improved joint function, and less discomfort with decreased need for pain medication.

Choose LMH Health OrthoKansas. Patients benefit from a multidisciplinary approach to joint care, as well as our commitment to safe healing and patient care excellence before, during and after your procedure. In addition to local high-quality surgical care for joint replacements and joint revisions, our services include diagnostic imaging and physical and occupational therapy. We also provide a patient-focused nurse navigator program to guide you through your personalized care options along the full continuum.


Outstanding Physician Expertise

Choose one of our highly skilled, Mako-certified orthopedic surgeons today:

Adam Goodyear, MD

Adam M. Goodyear, MD

Knee Replacement and Revision
Robotic-Assisted Partial or Total Knee Replacement


Jamie Huston, MD

James C. Huston, MD

Knee Replacement and Revision
Robotic-Assisted Partial or Total Knee Replacement


Richard Wendt, MD

Richard G. Wendt, MD

Knee Replacement
Robotic-Assisted Total Knee Replacement

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Robotic technology brings innovation to knee surgery

Learn more about how this highly advanced robotic technology transforms the way joint replacement surgery is performed, enabling surgeons to have a more predictable surgical experience with increased accuracy. Ask your orthopedic surgeon if robotic-assisted knee replacement is right for you.