A physician referral is required for all robotic surgeries. Call 1-833-509-CARE (2273) or fill out the contact form, located on the sidebar, to receive a list of our credentialed surgeons.
Physicians Surgical Hospitals is proud to offer the ExcelsiusGPS™ robotic system for patients suffering from back pain. The ExcelsiusGPS™ is a revolutionary alternative to traditional spine surgery and is clinically-proven to reduce back pain while lowering risk for surgical site infection and complications.
ExcelsiusGPS™ is designed to improve accuracy and optimize patient care by using robotics and navigation. During surgical spine procedures, medical images are taken and imported into ExcelsiusGPS™. Surgeons use these images to determine the size and placement of implants and create a robotically guided strategy based on your unique anatomy.
The ExcelsiusGPS™ can be used for:
As compared to traditional spine surgery, the ExcelsiusGPS™ allows for:
Physicians Surgical Hospitals surgical campuses, Quail Creek Surgical Hospital and Panhandle Surgical Hospital, are the first facilities in the Texas Panhandle to offer the MAKO SmartRobotics™ system for total and partial hip and knee replacements. The MAKO system offers increased accuracy during joint replacement procedures, resulting in better patient outcomes. It is estimated that the need for total knee replacements will increase by 189% over the next decade.
If you are needing total or partial hip or knee replacements, ask your doctor if receiving a MAKO SmartRobotics™ procedure is right for you.
The da Vinci® Xi™ is a state-of-the-art robotics platform that can be used for the following surgery types:
The surgical platform is equipped with three parts: the surgeon console, which is where the surgeon is stationed to control the robotic arms and instruments; patient cart, which holds the instruments and camera; and the vision cart, which provides the surgeon with 3D imaging of the surgical site. Throughout the procedure, these three components communicate with one another.
During the procedure, the surgeon accesses the surgical site through the patient’s abdomen or chest. The robotic platform’s 3D imaging magnifies the view of the site by 10X the view of the human eye. This magnification allows the surgeon to precisely guide the four dexterous robotic arms.
A physician referral is required.