What Happens During a Knee Replacement Surgery?

 

Knee replacement Surgery Involves taking a portion of the bones of the thigh (femur), Knee Cap (Patella) and lower leg (tibia) that have been damaged in disease (such as osteoarthritis and arthritis) or wear & tear and replacing them with artificial components made of metal and plastic (prosthesis).

These prosthetic devices will reduce the pan that you have been experiencing due to natural bone damage. Your “soft tissue”, which includes the muscles and ligaments that surround the knee joint, will continue to function as before your surgery to provide support, motion and stability to your knee.

Benefits of the Freedom Knee

 

The Freedom Knee is designed to help you to return to an active lifestyle. The extensive component size selection means that the implants used will have the best fit, close to the shape of your knee, which is important for long-term durability. The Freedom Knee design allows for the natural bending motion needed to perform your daily activities in safety and comfort.