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The Institute for Robotic Surgery has received six Center of Excellence designations in total from the Surgical Review Corporation, including the first ever accreditation for Spine Surgery. Our spine division is setting the standard in technology and expertise for fellow hospitals and surgical centers, collaborating with the SRC to build the criteria for the new spine surgery accreditation model, and of course ensuring that we achieve it.
Robotic spine surgery, or robotic-assisted spine surgery, involves the use of robotic technology to assist with guidance and placement during spine procedures. Traditionally, surgeons relied on their knowledge of anatomy and x-rays to guide their course of action during surgery. Long incisions were used just to see and get to the spine. Advancements in technology have completely changed the way surgeons operate, with the Institute for Robotic Surgery leading the way. Robotic spine surgery utilizes tiny incisions and computer-assisted image guidance to allow the operating surgeon to see the spine clearly, while avoiding unnecessary movement and disturbance of other structures surrounding the spine.
Robotic spine surgery benefits
The Institute for Robotic Surgery is proud to be the only Mazor Robotics Partner in Hudson County. Mazor Robotics allows your surgeon to create an individualized 3D surgical plan prior to entering the operating room. The robotic arm holds surgical instrumentation in place for your surgeon during the procedure, and robotic guidance allows for perfect execution. This method is proven to benefit surgical accuracy and patient outcomes and safety in spine and orthopedic surgery.Learn More
ExcelsiusGPA Robotic Navigation is the first technology to combine a robotic arm and full navigation capabilities for precise trajectory alignment in spine surgery. It has multiple benefits for both patients and surgeons, including screw placement accuracy, reduced radiation exposure, and increased efficiency.Learn More
After any spine or joint surgery, it is important for patients to receive physical therapy to ensure optimal long-term results. Our state-of-the-art rehabilitation center, Hudson Physical Therapy, provides expert guidance before and after your surgery, helping you regain strength, range of motion, and function and make the most of your recovery.
The Institute for Robotic Surgery is in-network with major commercial insurance, Medicare, Personal Injury, Workers’ Comp, and No-Fault (PIP/Auto Insurance). For patients with no insurance or with international insurance, we offer 0% interest financing.Learn More