Wisconsin orthopedic practice performs 100th Mako procedure

Carly Behm -   Print  |

Monroe (Wis.) Clinic Orthopedics reached its 100th surgery with Stryker's Mako robot, according to a Dec. 11 report from the Journal Standard.

The robot uses a preoperative scan to create a unique surgery plan, the report said. CT data is used to create a 3D model of the patient's anatomy.

Lance Sathoff and Johnathan Swindle, MDs, are Mako-certified and trained, the report said. They started performing Mako procedures in November 2019.

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