The doctors at CORE Orthopedics and Sports Medicine believe that ensuring success after a knee replacement surgery begins well before a patient lays down on the operating table. Our goal is to optimize and increase the quality of life for our those who need knee replacement surgery. We work towards that goal from a patient’s first consultation by offering cutting-edge technology that can be personalized to individual bodies.
No two people are alike, so why should we expect two individual bodies to adapt to the same implant in the same way? There are tons of tiny nuances between the anatomies of different patients. Keeping these in mind while an implant is selected and placed in a body ensures a better possible outcome than the standard one-size-fits-all approach of traditional implants.
We are in a new chapter of knee implant technology, one in which implants have the potential to relieve pain better and last longer than ever before. In order to unlock the full potential of a knee implant, it’s essential to correctly align the implant in the body according to that body’s individual anatomy. Doing this ensures that the implant performs adequately and wears evenly.
That’s where the VISIONAIRE Patient-Matched Technology comes into play — to personalize your implant experience and deliver the best results possible. Using x-ray and MRI data of your leg and knee, the correct implant size is selected and VISIONAIRE cutting guides are designed to help your surgeon make the bone cuts necessary to precisely place your implant, and to deliver the best outcome possible. With this personalized approach, the implants fit more securely and can be held in place using only a few pins, instead of the large rods of traditional replacements.
Other VISIONAIRE Patient-Matched Technology benefits include a less invasive surgical procedure, reduced blood loss, lowered risk of infection post-surgery, shorter recovery time, and less pain post-op.
*Safety Note: Knee replacement surgery is intended to relieve knee pain and improve knee functions. However, implants may not produce the same feel or function as your original knee. There are potential risks with knee replacement surgery such as loosening, fracture, dislocation, wear and infection that may result in the need for additional surgery. Longevity of implants depends on many factors, such as types of activities and weight. Do not perform high impact activities such as running and jumping unless your surgeon tells you the bone has healed and these activities are acceptable. Early device failure, breakage or loosening may occur if you do not follow your surgeon’s limitations on activity level. Early failure can happen if you do not guard your knee joint from overloading due to activity level, failure to control body weight or accidents such as falls. Talk to your doctor to determine what treatment may be best for you
800 Biesterfield Rd. Elk Grove Village, Illinois 60007
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1555 Barrington Road Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169
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