b'COMPASSIONATE CARE|CLINICAL EXCELLENCE|COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITYMusculoskeletal Service LineEnhancementsMercy Health Springfield has strategically invested over $1MPositioning implants correctly and with accuracy is important into its Orthopedic and Sports Medicine program in order toto improving the patients quality of life after surgery, says bring patients the latest advancements in specialized care.Dr. Zartman. With our system, I create a virtual 3D model of The network has recruited additional orthopedic surgeons tomy patients anatomy, personalizing their surgical plan. I know perform highly specialized procedures such as partial kneethe most accurate position for the implant before we enter and hip replacementsservices not previously available inthe operating room. And well-fitted implants give patients our area. Other developments taking place throughout 2021confidence in their mobility and the chance get back to doing include new services such as neurosurgery and spine surgery,the things they enjoy.as well as integrating services such as orthopedics, neurology, neurosurgery, spinal surgery, pain management, and physical therapy into one location in order to create a destinationDid You Know? Musculoskeletal (MSK) institute. More to come on this excitingThe Mercy Health Foundation Clark & Champaign Counties development soon!provided support for the purchase of the Mako Robot to enable this advanced technology to be available in our region Specific to the MSK services, one service of particularfor the comfort and benefit of our patients.excitement is Mako Robotic-Arm Surgery. Fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon and Springfield native Kevin Zartman, MD, performs total and partial knee replacement procedures with the assistance of a Stryker Mako robotic arm. Robotic-assisted joint replacement surgery has transformed the way orthopedic surgeons perform total knee replacements, ensuring improved accuracy in implant size, placement and alignment.'