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Intellijoint KNEE; how it began to where it is now

Intellijoint KNEE; how it began to where it is now  Intellijoint Surgical is proud to announce a newly added, optional feature to the Intellijoint KNEE system providing quantitative measurements of femoral and tibial rotational alignment.  Intellijoint KNEE is the second application originally released back in March 2020, following the company’s flagship product, Intellijoint HIP. Since …

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Interview with Dr Kreuzer about completing 2,000 cases with Intellijoint Navigation

Dr Kreuzer and Intellijoint celebrate 2,000 cases with Intellijoint Navigation Intellijoint is celebrating a milestone of 2,000 cases completed by Dr Kreuzer with our navigation system. Intellijoint CEO Armen Bakirtzian sits down with Dr Kreuzer to discuss the benefits of navigation with the talented Orthopaedic surgeon. Armen Bakirtzian: “So, Dr. Kreuzer 2000 cases with Intellijoint. …

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6 Signs That it Might be Time for a Hip Replacement

6 Signs it Might be Time for a Hip Replacement Written by Gerald Lai For individuals suffering from chronic hip pain and mobility issues, everyday tasks can turn into painful or impossible ones. Hip replacement surgery may resolve these symptoms and restore mobility in individuals—relieving the pain and getting them back on their feet. How …

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An older woman showing a sign of hip pain.

Overcoming Intraoperative Patient Movement With Intellijoint HIP

Overcoming Intraoperative Patient Movement With Intellijoint HIP® Written by Lee Preiss In the last few years of total hip arthroplasty, acetabular component orientation has become one of the most controversial topics. Safe zones for cup position were created to help guide surgeons in reducing complications such as dislocation.1  Overcoming intraoperative patient movement is key to …

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A surgeon using Intellijoint HIP to track intraoperative patient movement.

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