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Robots, lasers and competition will bring down health care costs
Dr. Stefan Kreuzer, center, gives a tour of the new surgical center that Inov8 Orthopedics opened in Houston on June 14, 2019. Kreuzer wants to bring down the cost joint replacement surgeries by using the latest technology, boosting efficiency and offering bundled pricing.
SMC Anatomy Students Interact With Surgeon During Live Telesurgery
Students taking Biology Professor Gregory Smith’s Human Anatomy course gathered around a TV in Brosseau Hall on Thursday, May 2, to participate in a unique first at Saint Mary’s - interacting with a surgeon while watching a live telesurgery of a hip replacement. From first cut to last, students identified anatomy and asked questions of Stefan Kreuzer, MD, from Advanced Center for Orthopedics in Houston.
Science students interact with surgeon during live telesurgery. Credit: Haley Nelson
Inov8 Orthopedics continues its promotion of health through sponsorship at the American Fitness Expo 2017
During the two-day event on June 3-4, 2017 at the NRG Center, attendees learned about the future of orthopedics and sports medicine including Platelet-Rich-Plasma (PRP) and Stem-Cell therapy, as well as treatment options for sports and back-related injuries.
Inov8 Orthopedics is a proud sponsor of the World Water Day 5k
Inov8 Orthopedics was proud to both sponsor and participate in the World Water Day 5K. The event was held on March 25, 2017 and supports providing access to those around the world in need of a safe water supply.
Pre-race photo taken at the World Water Day 5K run/walk.
Fellow runners were eager to speak with Dr. Dharmpal Vansadia, based on his background in sports medicine and experience helping athletes at all levels.
Post race photo of Team Inov8 Orthopedics
Inov8 Orthopedics attends Fitness Expo 2017
The physicians and staff at Inov8 Orthopedics were proud to serve the community at the annual Fitness Expo 2017 hosted by Houston’s First Baptist Church on January 29, 2017.
It was a great opportunity to discuss advancements in orthopedics and neurosurgery including new treatment options and technology.
Pictured from Left to Right :- Dr. Stefan Kreuzer, Dr. Dharmpal Vansadia, Emily Cerreta, Kevin Lancaster, Shri Rai, Jazmin Garnica, Monica De La Cruz
Dr. Stefan Kreuzer takes a moment to discuss the advancements in orthopedics with event guests.
4th Annual Anterior Hip Course, September 24-26, 2015
I would like to invite you to join us in Houston for the 4th Annual Anterior Hip Course, September 24-26, 2015.
If you’re already using the direct anterior approach for total hip arthroplasty and want to hone your skills, this course is for you.
Direct approach to hip replacement
Jill Porter is a lifelong athlete who pounds the pavement on courts and fields across a variety of sports.
So when her left hip started hurting, she hoped it was something that rehabilitation and anti-inflammatories would take care of.
Carroll Wade Pogue
Pogue Carroll Wade Pogue, died Thursday, October 13 following an eight month struggle with declining health. He was born in O’Donnell, Texas, November 19, 1925, to Chester Pogue and Mamie Cogburn Pogue. He spent his childhood and teen years in Throckmorton, Texas, until he joined the Navy in March 1944. He was discharged in May 1946, having spent fourteen months of sea duty in the Pacific.
New technology eliminates guesswork in knee surgeries
Operating with a computer-assisted visualization guide consisting of one high-def TV for Dr. Stefan Kreuzer and another for an associate who keeps watch over the software, a robotic arm gently directs the surgeon’s hand as he chisels an ever-so-precise chunk from the tip of a patient’s arthritis-damaged femur. Should Kreuzer wander off course the least little bit, the computer squawks irritably, then locks him down cold.
New operating table improves hip replacement surgery
Using a device that looks more like a torture rack than a surgical table, surgeons are now able to replace a hip through the front of the pelvis, limiting tissue and muscle damage and leading to faster recovery.
Hip replacements heal faster with new approach
Recovery times cut in half
As people live longer, more active lives, hip replacement surgery is becoming more and more common. Thanks to innovative technology, surgeons are getting people back on their feet doing what they love, faster.
Pat Groves has been a runner for more than 20 years. But the past 10 haven’t been easy.
- New technology eliminates guesswork in knee surgeries
By DALE ROBERTSON
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- Robot shortens knee surgery recovery
By Rosa Flores / 11 News
Getting back on your feet after knee surgery can take weeks, until now. Thanks to a new procedure, recovery time has been cut down to less than a day
- First Enrollment Cormet Post Approval Study
Dr. Stefan Kreuzer, one of the four selected surgeons for the Cormet Post Approval study, implanted the first study patient on April 21, 2008. Learn More
Injection Helps Alleviate Knee Pain
As Seen On www.Click2Houston.com
- New Operating Table
Improves Hip Replacement Surgery
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