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MAKOPlasty partial knee replacement testimonial - 6 months post op

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An avid hiker and cyclist, our patient injured his his meniscus and eventually had it removed in the early 2000s. Unfortunately, this led to painful arthritis. We performed a MAKOPlasty partial knee replacement so that he could avoid a total knee replacement. " I have no complaints and I have no regrets doing it. I am glad I did it. My goal is to get that back pack on and do some camping again."

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