Learn if Robotic-Assisted Joint Replacement Surgery is Right for You
Patients in southwest Wisconsin can experience less discomfort and better outcomes from total knee and hip replacements, thanks to the expertise of surgeon Dr. Anthony Villare using Mako™, the robotic-assisted joint replacement technology at Upland Hills Health in Dodgeville.
“The Mako technology allows me to create a customized surgical plan for each of my patients based on their unique anatomy, which enables a more precise placement of the implant,” according to Dr. Villare. “These advanced techniques help our patients recover faster and regain the mobility they had in the past.”
The public is invited to attend two events that will feature presentations and Q and A sessions with Dr. Villare at the locations below:
May 3, 4 – 6 pm
Mount Horeb Library
105 Perimeter Road, Mount Horeb
May 11, 4 – 6 pm
Upland Hills Health Hospital and Clinics
800 Compassion Way, Dodgeville
Upland Hills Health President and CEO Lisa Schnedler explains that the Board of Trustees is committed to bringing highly skilled physicians, supporting staff and technological expertise to area residents.
“Upland Hills Health is known for delivering high-quality care. It’s our goal to bring the best technology together with our highly regarded team of physicians and health care professionals to continue our tradition of high-quality patient-centered care in the communities we serve,” Schnedler said.
The new Upland Hills Health mobile health education van will be available for tours at both events. Stop by to learn how it will be used to accelerate outreach throughout the region.
Refreshments will be served at both locations. For more information go to uplandhillshealth.org/joints.