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Advancements in Total Knee Replacement Surgery with Mako™ Robotics

Advancements in total knee replacement surgery with mako robotics

 

Dr. Robert Daley Featured on 'Friends Over 50' Radio Show

Radio ShowDr. Robert Daley, of Hinsdale Orthopaedics, spoke with Ed Kerfin and Ross Novak on 1340AM WJOL on Friday, January 6th about Mako Robotic Total Knee Replacement. Dr. Robert Daley is the only surgeon in the area performing Mako Robotic Assisted Complete Total Knee Replacement.

 

 

Aminotic Fluid Injections for Osteoarthritis Of The Knee

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Take Control Of Your Knee Pain

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Hinsdale Orthopaedics Physicians Recognized as Chicago Top Doctors

Congratulations to our physicians who were named 2014 Chicago Top Doctors! This honor recognizes and reinforces our ongoing commitment to providing excellent care to our patients.

The Chicago Top Doctors were featured in the July/August edition 2014 of Western Suburban Living Magazine.

From Hinsdale Orthopaedics the following physicians were recognized: Dr. Steven C. Chudik, Dr. Michael J. Collins, Dr. Robert J. Daley, Dr. Benjamin G. Domb, Dr. Michael C. Durkin, and Dr. Michael R. Zindrick.

 

Dr. Giridhar Burra and Dr. Robert Daley Recognized as Unrivaled Doctors by Silver Cross Hospital

 

Event News: April 23 – Dr. Robert Daley Presents Cutting Edge Treatments for the Knee Seminar Featuring: Subchondroplasty Treatment

Topic: New Knee Treatment: Subchondroplasty Seminar Robert Daley, MD, will speak on the topic of subchondroplasty, a new minimally invasive knee treatment that may allow for shorter rehabilitation time. Find out if this treatment could help you. Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Time: 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Location: Oak Brook Park District – 1450

 

Dr. Robert Daley Presents “Subchondroplasty: A Joint Preserving Option for Knee Patients”

Date: Thursday, January 17th, 2013 Have you been told you need a Total Knee Replacement? You have options. In the past, people suffering from chronic knee pain, the only option was a full knee replacement. Today, that’s no longer the case for many people with early to mid-stage osteoarthritis. Learn about Subchondroplasty.

 

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