Upcoming MAKOplasty® Community Seminar at Carlisle Regional Medical Center

Event to Feature Robotic Arm Technology for Partial Knee Resurfacing

CARLISLE, PA (November 8, 2021) – If knee pain has you between a rock and a hurt place, find out if partial knee resurfacing using MAKOplasty® can help alleviate your pain.

Carlisle Regional Medical Center will be hosting a community seminar on MAKOplasty® on Tuesday, November 13 at 6 p.m. at CRMC’s Education Center, featuring orthopedic surgeon Dr. Allan Mira of Mira Orthopedics. Pre-registration for the seminar is required by calling (855) 249-CRMC (2762). Light refreshments will be served.

Carlisle Regional Medical Center is one of only two hospitals in central Pennsylvania to offer MAKOplasty® partial knee resurfacing. Unlike a total knee replacement, MAKOplasty® removes the diseased portion of the knee, sparing healthy bone and surrounding tissue. An implant is then secured in the knee joint to allow the knee to move smoothly again. This procedure results in a more natural-feeling knee following surgery, a faster recovery and shorter hospital stay than traditional knee replacement surgery, and rapid relief from pain and a quicker return to daily activities.

For more information and to pre-register for the November 13 MAKOplasty® seminar at Carlisle Regional Medical Center, please call (855) 249-CRMC (2762).

Carlisle Regional Medical Center is a comprehensive, regional healthcare resource, committed to offering high-quality healthcare, state-of-the-art equipment, expansive services and unique programs, meeting the needs of patients, physicians, employees and the community. Recognized nationally for our commitment to the highest patient standards, our high-quality physicians and 165-bed facility makes Carlisle Regional Medical Center one of the best community medical centers.