FEBRUARY 2020: Dr. Daniel’s Now Offering Robot-Assisted Joint Replacement Surgery
Dr. Daniel’s has incorporated robotic arm-assisted total knee, partial knee, and total hip replacement into his practice. Learn more about this technology.
SUMMER 2018: Dr. Daniels interviewed for article in the Summer 2018 Edition of the Northwest Quarterly’s Northwest Suburb Magazine.
In the article titled, “Improving Lives and Outcomes: How Orthopedic Surgery is Solving Problems,” Dr. Daniels shared how his own experience as a hip replacement recipient added new dimension when discussing the surgery with his own patients and the five questions that can help patients determine if the time is right for a joint replacement surgery. Read more of what Dr. Daniels shared.
NOVEMBER 2017: Dr. Daniels Utilizes Sensor-Assisted Total Knee Replacement for Optimum Results.
Dr. John Daniels now utilizes a disposable sensor device called VERASENSE during total knee replacement surgery. This technology helps Dr. Daniels by providing real-time data during surgery that allows him to make important decisions to better balance the patients knee and customize the implant position. Without this system surgeons use their best judgement to “feel” whether of not the knee is balanced during knee replacement. Now, using the VERASENSE technology, Dr. Daniels has the data that quantifies soft tissue balance and allows him to improve knee balance more consistently from patient to patient. VERASENSE may be used in both primary and revision total knee replacement.
When compared to patients who underwent traditional total knee replacement, VERASENSE patients have experienced:
- Quicker return to normal activity
- Improved knee function
- Improved patient satisfaction