Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement Surgery

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In recent years, one of the options many people have chosen when they need a surgical knee injury treatment is minimally invasive knee-replacement surgery. This type of knee injury medical procedure often works well because recovery times can be faster and there’s often less trauma to the knee.

To learn more about minimally invasive knee-replacement surgery, schedule an appointment with one of our board-certified, New York orthopedic knee surgeons at IMC Bone Doc. Our doctors at Island Musculoskeletal Care have more than 100 years of combined medical experience. We often have immediate appointments available (the same day in some cases) at one of our seven, conveniently located medical centers in greater New York City and Long Island. Best of all, you can often receive all your medical care the same location.

What is minimally invasive knee replacement surgery?

As the name suggests, minimally invasive knee-replacement surgery is less intrusive form of knee replacement surgery compared to total knee replacement (TKR) surgery. Reasons why many people opt for minimally invasive knee-replacement surgery include:

  • Shorter recovery time
  • Shorter hospital stay after surgery
  • Less painful recovery
  • Less tissue trauma inside the knee
  • Less scar tissue on the knee due to smaller incisions

There are many pros and cons to minimally invasive knee-replacement surgery. In certain cases, minimally invasive knee-replacement surgery may not be right for you, based on your unique medical issues. That’s why it’s critical that you discuss your options carefully with one of our knee surgeons.


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Get the relief you deserve from knee pain and discomfort. Contact us and schedule an appointment with one of our physicians. We can examine you, evaluate what’s wrong and explain whether we believe minimally invasive knee-replacement surgery is right for you. Each one of our offices is fully equipped with the latest, state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, including an MRI machine in each office.

Our medical practice is in network and accepts coverage by most major insurance companies. As a result, your knee surgery may be covered by your medical insurance. This is especially true if you hurt your knee in a work-related accident or due to the nature of your job. In cases like these, your workers’ compensation insurance should cover the cost of your minimally invasive knee-replacement operation and other medical bills.

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