The Oxford is the only fully-mobile bearing partial knee system
available in the United States. It can offer a more natural motion,
more flexibility, less pain and a higher success rate for long-term
results. These implants are made of metal and plastic materials to
create a smoothly functioning joint.
"Patients may be back to work in as little as two weeks as opposed to
more than a month with other devices," said Rhodes. "And there are no
restrictions on activity following the brief recovery period. It is
truly a prosthetic for today's active society."
Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 June 2008 09:03
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