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200th OMNIBotics Total Knee Replacement

Dr. Knutson performed his 200th Robotic Assisted Total Knee replacement surgery this week using the OMNIBotics platform. The picture shows Dr. Knutson (left) and his PA Beau Burton (right) standing with ‘Sheldon’ the OMNIBotics station that Dr. Knutson uses in the operating room. Dr. Knutson knows that all of his patients have a unique knee anatomy. He believes in the patented OMNIBotics Bone Morphing technology that generates a unique 3D digital model of his patient’s knee in the surgery, with a high level of accuracy and precision. Using this technology eliminates the need for any pre-operative imaging such as CT scans or MRIs, reducing the risk of radiation exposure.

If you would like to learn more about how Dr. Knutson and Sheldon can give you a new knee, call 405.360.6764. Find Dr Knutson on Facebook by clicking here.

To learn more about how OMNIBotics watch this video. To learn more about the Clinic results of the OMNIBotics total knee, click here.

Dr. Knutson poses with his OMNIBotics workstation and PA, Beau Burton.

Gold Knee Billboard

Together with one of our partners, Aesculap, we have put a billboard up in OKC promoting Aesculaps Advanced surface technology. Aesculap Implant Systems is the only provider to offer the 7-layer Advanced Surface Technology. This technology delivers unparalleled surface hardness, substantially decreased wear rates and greatly improved scratch resistance.

The Advanced Surface Technology creates a potential barrier against the release of metal ions including: molybdenum, nickel, cobalt and chromium in laboratory wear testing.

Aesculap Implant Systems offers a broad selection of knee implants to meet your individual needs:

  • Comprehensive sizing for a personalized implant fit to your anatomy
  • Advanced Surface Technology for significant reduction in wear rates
  • Maximum range of motion to help you resume your active lifestyle
  • Special design to accommodate minimally invasive procedures
  • Improved stability through computer navigated surgical technique

To learn more check out www.goldknee.com.

Check out our billboard on i235 southbound on the east side between Hefner and Britton.

Cody’s Run 2017

The chilly April morning didn’t stop the crowd of people at the start line supporting Cody’s Run for Esophageal Cancer.

This year our Habakkuk Family was at the run in full spirit, bringing along spouses and children. Cody’s Run is near to our hearts, as we participate in support of one of our surgeons whose brother lost his fight with Esophageal Cancer in 2013.

Cody’s Run is a 5K dedicated to helping the Stephenson Cancer Center and Oklahoma Cancer Patients. All proceeds from the run go directly to the Cody Ponder Emergency Endowment Fund.

Habakkuk is proud to show our support!