Orthopaedic Technology In 2024 That Helps Us Provide The Best Patient Experience

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At Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay, we’re constantly improving our practice with the latest advancements in orthopaedics. Explore the orthopaedic technology that we use to provide the best patient experience in 2024:

Innovative Treatment with Orthobiology – Biological Advances in Orthopaedics

Advancements in orthopaedic surgery have brought us to orthobiologics, the use of biology in orthopaedic treatment. Since using orthobiologic procedures like platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections and the utilization of autologous conditioned plasma (ACP), we have noticed expedited healing, better results, and an increase in patient satisfaction.

Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections

With PRP injections, we take a sample of the patient’s blood and separate the platelets to create a concentration of plasma needed for treatment. Once this concentration is injected back into the body, it can boost the effects of restoration and healing. This method is common in expediting the recovery process for sport-related injuries involving joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentration (BMAC)

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can be harvested from the patient’s bone marrow and are known for their regenerative potential. They can be used to enhance tissue repair and regeneration.

Autologous Conditioned Plasma Injections

Similar to PRP injections, ACP injections also involve the use of the patient’s own bodily components. A concentration of platelets is used to assist in repairing damaged tissue or aiding in tissue recovery. While these procedures work in the same way, the difference lies in the type of cells that are used.

Examples of Injuries That Can Be Treated with PRP and ACP Injections Include:


Strained or sprained ligaments

Rotator cuff injuries


Pulled muscles

Robotic Integrations in Complex Orthopaedic Surgeries

Orthopaedic surgeries can now benefit from robotic assistance as a modernized approach to this practice. At Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay, we welcome this advanced technology to aid in surgical procedures for accurate results and satisfied patients. The benefits of computers and robotics in surgery can begin in the treatment planning process.

Diagnosing Problems

Before the surgery begins, deformities can be identified so that the surgeon can accommodate them accordingly during the procedure. This step can help promote the best possible outcome while limiting any potential risks or complications.

Planning Incisions

To ensure a proper cut, computer programs are used to inspect the layout of the area being treated and locate the best places for incisions. Robotic assistance provides accuracy with precise adjustments and increased stability during the procedure. During this step, real-time feedback can be reviewed by the surgeon to make any adjustments when necessary.

Navigating Tissue

While placing implants during procedures such as knee replacement surgery, some areas may not be visible to the surgeon without assistance. Robotics are used in this instance to help the surgeon navigate around obstructions to maintain accuracy and limit trauma.

Improving Conditions

Robotic assistance in orthopaedic surgery often leads to improved results and greater outcomes. The benefits of accurate and effective procedures can promote additional benefits such as increased mobility and reduced pain.

Robotic Assistance Can Be Used for the Following Surgeries:

Knee replacement

Ankle replacement

Shoulder replacement

Hip replacement

Spinal disc replacement

Experience Modern Technology at Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay

Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay continues to integrate modern technology into the comprehensive services available to you for the best possible experience. Allow our team to find the best solutions for your condition, guide you through the process, and introduce technological advancements that can benefit your treatment. Contact your nearest office to schedule a consultation.

By: Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay