St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
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MAKOplasty

Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise, Idaho, is pleased to be the first hospital in Idaho and eastern Oregon to offer MAKOplasty, an innovative robotic surgery procedure that is ideal for younger patients with knee or hip trouble, as well as for the young at heart who want to remain active.

MAKOplasty is a technologically advanced procedure for those with either noninflammatory or inflammatory degenerative joint disease of the knee or hip, as well as those with painful early- to mid-stage osteoarthritis. Surgery is performed with the surgeon-controlled RIO robotic arm system. Using this state-of-the-art system, surgeons attain a new level of surgical precision, which results in optimal outcomes for our orthopedic patients.

Makoplasty can be used for the following surgeries:

All partial knee and hip replacement procedures are performed at our state-of-the-art medical center in Boise, Idaho, by our team of highly trained orthopedic surgeons.

For more information or to be referred to a doctor to discuss MAKOplasty for your hip or knee concerns, call (208) 367-DOCS.

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Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center  |  1055 N. Curtis Road  |  Boise, Idaho 83706  |  208-367-2121

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