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While our database of surgeons is large, it is not a complete listing of all surgeons or all of Medacta’s customers. The surgeons presented here include only those surgeons who have followed our training program. This is the criteria for their inclusion in that list. No surgeon has paid a fee to be nominated in the list. Medacta makes no endorsement, recommendation or referral regarding any of these specific surgeons.


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The AMIS (Anterior Minimally Invasive Surgery) Total Hip Replacement approach is a true muscle-sparing surgical technique.
With the AMIS surgical approach the surgeon DOES NOT CUT MUSCLES, which aids a rapid recovery.
The anterior approach is the only technique which follows inter-muscular and inter-nervous planes to reduce the risk of injury to muscles, tendons, vessels and nerves.
AMIS is a surgical technique that will improve the quality of your life and hasten your recovery after a Total Hip Replacement (THR).
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The Versafitcup Double Mobility reconstructs the natural aspect of your hip joint: the polyethylene liner is free to articulate in the metallic cup, restoring an architecture similar to your natural joint.
As a result, the Versafitcup Double Mobility will offer you the following potential advantages:

  • Extremely High Amplitude of Movements: in comparison to a standard cup, the amplitude of your possible movements is greater. You will regain almost all your natural mobility, being able to return to your daily activities and social life.
  • Reduced risk of dislocation: the Double Mobility concept has been specifically designed to reduce the risk of dislocations, in fact the large liner creates an adequate stability for your new hip.
  • Very low wear rate: one of the causes that could compromise the prosthesis success is the production of polyethylene wear. To reduce this risk, Medacta® has developed a special cross-linked polyethylene, the Highcross, which can provide a drastic reduction of wear. For you this potentially increases the life of your new hip.




MyKnee is a patient specific cutting block allowing the surgeon to reproduce his own planning based on CT or MRI images of the patient's knee.
Each phase of the operation is planned by the surgeon prior to the surgery, analysing a three-dimensional model of the knee and taking the patient's condition into account.
MyKnee is a surgical instrument which accurately fits the knee because it is tailored individually for each patient.
MyKnee is the state of the art technology in knee replacement and may provide the patient with various benefits:

  • Accurate implant positioning: published papers show that an accurate positioning results in increased survival of the prosthesis.
  • Less traumatic procedure: MyKnee preserves intramedullary canal, which is often violated when using conventional procedures, allowing a proven decrease of blood loss and risk of emboli.
  • Faster operation: fewer surgical steps are required with MyKnee when compared to conventional techniques. Therefore time under anaesthesia is also reduced as well: published papers show that less time under anesthesia may lead to a minor risk of infection for the patient.
MSS approaches can be combined with other technologies, such as Patient Matched cutting blocks or Computer Assisted procedure to enjoy the benefits of both technologies.
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Computer Assisted Technology, also known as surgical navigation, allows the surgeon to implant the knee prosthesis under computer guidance.
Benefits of Computer Assisted Technology are:

  • Accurate implant positioning: published papers show that with navigation the optimal alignment of the leg is reproduced in almost all cases compared to conventional techniques.
  • A better leg alignment may lead to a longer implant survivorship.
  • Less invasive surgery: no intramedullary canal violation is needed whereas this is a common procedure when using conventional techniques.
This dramatically decreases the blood loss and the risk of emboli.



Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) aims at causing minimal surgical trauma to the patient, in order to reduce post-operative pain and provide faster recovery.
In total knee replacement the key benefit of minimally invasive surgery is the muscle preservation, providing both short and long term benefits. We can therefore also refer to MIS as Muscle Sparing Surgery (MSS).
The benefits of MSS are widely recorded in medical literature:

  • Reduction of hospital stay
  • Earlier functional recovery
  • Shorter rehabilitation
  • Less pain
  • Less medication needed
MSS approaches can be combined with other technologies, such as Patient Matched cutting blocks or Computer Assisted procedure to enjoy the benefits of both technologies.



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