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London UK Total Knee Replacement Surgery, Kinematic Rotation Alignment Announced

MSK Doctors (0330-001-0048), a specialist clinic that works with advanced prosthetics and regenerative medicine, has updated its functional review and assessment for the new TWISTKR knee prosthetic technique, which has been shown to have several key benefits over the traditional options.

MSK Doctors has completed a new assessment into the latest innovations in knee prosthetic technology, the TWIS-TKR, or Turn With Intelligent Stability Total Knee Replacement surgery. This advanced technique was designed with a focus on natural and responsive movement and can provide several key benefits not available from traditional surgery.

More information about the TWIS-TKR technique, a full list of improvements over traditional technology, and details about the MSK Doctors knee specialist team can be found at

TWIS-TKR offers a range of benefits, which begin during the planning process to ensure optimal surgical results. Using artificial intelligence tools, the assessment explains how medical teams can custom-fit each prosthetic to its intended recipient, including adjustments to the surgical process that can increase the precision, stability, and alignment of the installation.

Research suggests that by improving the alignment of the prosthetic, stress can be spread more evenly across the knee joint, leading to less stress on the surrounding muscles and tissues. By combining advanced scanning, modeling, and fabrication techniques, TWIS-TKR can provide a long-term solution, that could last a lifetime for most patients.

While these customisations may have long-term benefits, clinical trials have already shown several short-term advantages, including a reduced recovery time for most patients. Research suggests that the improved alignment and installation process can help patients recover faster, reduce their hospital stay, and reduce their need for post-operative pain management.

Using innovative new techniques to help match each prosthetic to the precise kinematics of the patient, TWIS-TKR can help speed the return to normal daily activities after a transplant. Post-operative surveys indicate that this surgical routine can help to reduce pain and discomfort during the recovery period, leading to higher levels of comfort and satisfaction.

However, these results only apply when using the newly developed TWIS-TKR pain management protocol, which combines medication, therapy, and patient education, to provide the fastest possible recovery.

An excerpt from the MSK Doctors assessment explains, “TWIS-TKR is more than just a surgical technique; it represents a holistic approach to knee replacement. By integrating AI-driven precision, a unique recovery pathway, and an innovative pain relief protocol, TWIS-TKR sets a new standard in patient care and outcomes in knee arthroplasty.”

Further details about advances in knee prosthetic technology, information about current avenues of research, and the latest regenerative medicine techniques can be found at

Contact Info:
Name: Bethan Lee
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Organization: MSK Doctors
Address: MSK House London Road Silk Willoughby, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, Sleaford, England NG34 8NY, United Kingdom

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Release ID: 89122604

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