Robotic advancements in joint replacement: interactive demonstrations

27 November 2018

Event details

Date: 27 November 2018

Time: 10.30am and 2.30pm

Venue: Beechwood House, Spire Murrayfield Hospital

Cost: Free

We're delighted to bring you a new robot-assisted surgical solution (MAKO) which is now available at Spire Murrayfield Hospital. We are the only private hospital in Scotland to offer robot-assisted surgery, and the procedure has a proven track record in faster recovery, less post operative pain and less risk of infection. Consultant orthopaedic surgeons, Mr Sam Patton and Mr Paul Gaston will give interactive demonstrations using the robot and discuss how it can be used to assist surgeons during knee and hip replacement operations. 

This free patient information event is for anyone who is considering further treatment or exploration of hip or knee joint pain. There will be information on joint pain; its causes, routes to diagnosis and treatment solutions.

The talks will last for around 45 minutes followed by ample opportunity to ask questions.


10.30am-12pm - Robotic advancements in knee replacement, Mr Sam Patton

2.30pm-4pm - Robotic advancements in hip replacement, Mr Paul Gaston

Book your place

The event is free but numbers are limited. Please book in to each talk separately using the links below:

Knee pain

Hip pain

Alternatively you can email or call 0131 316 2507.

Event Booking Form


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