Quad-sparing knee replacement surgery is an option that enables you to start rehab before you leave the hospital. In fact, therapists have you on your feet within hours after the procedure. Quad-sparing knee replacement surgery is a minimally invasive procedure that does not involve cutting the quadriceps tendon. The technique requires only a 3- to 4-inch incision. The same artificial joint used in conventional knee replacements is fit into place.
New robot-assisted technology pioneered at Virtua allows our surgeons to create a 3-D model to pre-plan and customize your procedure based on your anatomy. We can preview the alignment of your new knee and consider key anatomic landmarks before we make an incision. Once your surgery begins, the robotic arm guides the surgeon exactly along the roadmap, ensuring a highly accurate alignment and placement of your implant.
Choosing a leader in joint replacement
We are a leader in quad-sparing total knee replacements, performing thousands of procedures each year. As many surgeries are performed in an outpatient setting, you are able to go home the same day or spend only one night in the hospital. Through our Rapid Recovery approach, you are out of bed and walking within a few hours of your surgery.
Our fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons form a special relationship with you. They diagnose your condition, perform your surgery, and are responsible for all of your post-operative care, providing a continuum of care not often experienced.
Benefitting from comprehensive care
Virtua Orthopedics & Spine provides a comprehensive continuum of state-of-the-art surgical, nursing and rehabilitative care that includes everything from a pre-surgery orientation class and pre-admission testing, to discharge planning and rehabilitation.
We are dedicated to your recovery and return to normal activities. Individual, personalized care and attention are hallmarks of our program.
All care is overseen by a supportive staff of highly skilled professionals including your orthopedic surgeon, experienced registered orthopedic nurses and a clinical team that includes: hospitalists, anesthesiologists, social workers and case managers, as well as occupational and physical therapists.