NAVIO™ robotics-assisted knee surgery

What is NAVIO™ robotics-assisted knee surgery?

The NAVIO™ robotics-assisted surgical system could be the solution if you are considering knee replacement surgery.

The advanced surgical system allows our specially trained surgeons to carry out knee replacement with improved precision and greater accuracy.

For you, this could mean less pain, a faster recovery and more natural feeling knee.1

Why choose BMI Healthcare for robotics-assisted surgery?

Choosing to have robotics-assisted knee surgery with BMI Healthcare means:

  • You could arrange to see a consultant at one of our NAVIOTM hospitals within 48 hours
  • Fast access to private treatment; whether you have medical insurance or are paying for yourself
  • Our flexible payment options could help you spread the cost if you are paying for yourself
  • Dedicated clinical care before, during and after your procedure
How does NAVIOTM differ from existing methods?

Knee replacement surgery involves removing part or all of a damaged knee joint and replacing it with a prosthesis.

The NAVIO™ robotics-assisted system helps our skilled consultants create a bespoke plan tailored to your individual anatomy.

NAVIO™ aids our surgeons throughout the procedure, allowing even greater accuracy, less pain and enhanced recovery times.

More information on both the science and the benefits of robotics-assisted knee surgery can be found on your local hospital page (see below).

Where can I have robotics-assisted surgery?

NAVIO™ robotics-assisted knee surgery is currently available at:

Want to find out more? Speak to one of our advisers today

0800 096 23250800 096 2325Live chat

What to do next

Speak to us today about how to get referred for this treatment. Meet with a consultant of your choice, with appointments usually available within 48 hours.

Call us free on:

0808 101 0337 0808 101 0337

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