3D Knee Replacement

Is knee pain affecting your daily activities? Are you considering a knee replacement? Don't replace your knee, recreate it with the Conformis 3D Knee Replacement.

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Meet Dr. Jason Davis

Dr. Davis brings sports medicine expertise to The Dallas Limb Restoration Center. He also completed a fellowship in hip and knee replacement and honorably served in the U.S. Army…

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Regenerative Orthopedics & Stem Cells

Utilizing Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells we can get you back to doing the things you want to faster and without surgery.

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Total Knee Implants Designed With Women in Mind

How much flexion do you need?Total knee replacement is one of the safest and most successful types of surgery; in well over 90% of cases, it is complication-free and results in significant pain relief and restoration of mobility.1

Stryker’s Triathlon® Knee System represents the contribution of over 30 years of clinical success in orthopaedic implants. It utilizes the latest in knee technology to help increase the extent to which you will be able to restore motion in your knee after surgery. The Triathlon® Knee is designed for natural knee movement, helping to relieve your pain and restore your independence.

Over 60% of total knee replacements are performed on women.2 Triathlon® was designed with women in mind.3 It’s a complete knee system designed to increase motion, decrease wear and fit a woman’s anatomy.

Increased Knee Motion

Restoring motion in your knee is likely one of the reasons you are considering knee replacement. Motion, the bending (flexing), straightening (extension) and rotation of your knee, affects your ability to perform everyday activities. The Triathlon® Knee System allows for natural knee motion and up to 150° of flexion.


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References:

1. National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference Statement: Total Knee Replacement 12/10/03.
2. American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
3. Hitt, K., et al., “Anthropometric Measurement of the Human Knee: Correlation to the Sizing of Current Knee Arthroplasty Systems,” JBJS, Vol. 85-A, Supplement 4, 2003.