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MAKOPlasty partial knee replacement testimonial - 6 months post op

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Willow was told she needed a full knee replacement after a ski accident resulting in acl tear had lead to eventual arthritis and an unstable ACL. Because of the extent of the damage to her articular cartilage she was not a candidate for a biologic knee replacement, instead treated we could treat her with a MAKOPlasty partial knee replacement and an ACL transplant. 6 months later she is now back to full range of motion and activity. "I have no pain. I am completely stable on my leg and I am doing things I haven't done for close to 20 years"

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