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Robotic-Assisted Spine Surgery

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Your spine anatomy is what enables your posture, alignment and movement. In treating patients with spinal disorders, the spine surgeons at University Hospitals Spine Institute utilize a number of advanced technologies, including robotic guidance to visualize and perform surgical corrections tailored to the nuances of your individual spine anatomy. One of those technologies is the Mazor X Stealth™ Edition Robotic Guidance System.

Understanding how surgical robotic guidance technology works and why it’s used helps patients work in partnership with their physician and surgeon to make informed decisions about medical care.

Join University Hospitals Spine Institute’s Co-Director Gabriel Smith, MD, as he addresses surgical robotic guidance technology as it related to spine surgery and and how it may help you.

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