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William Stanfield, MD, Is First Cleveland-area Orthopedic Surgeon to Perform OtisKnee Custom Fit Knee Replacement
Date:8/11/2009

Dr. William Stanfield at the Center for Orthopedics in Sheffield Village, Ohio, now offers OtisKnee® Custom Fit Knee Replacement. OtisKnee preserves more of the patient's own bone and ligaments, allowing for better implant fit and alignment -- and a faster return to an active lifestyle.

Sheffield Village, Ohio (PRWEB) August 11, 2009 -- Dr. William Stanfield at the Center for Orthopedics in Sheffield Village, Ohio, now offers OtisKnee® Custom Fit Knee Replacement. OtisKnee preserves more of the patient's own bone and ligaments, allowing for better implant fit and alignment -- and a faster return to an active lifestyle.

"The two biggest problems with joint replacement are artificial joints that are not properly positioned and not properly sized," says board-certified orthopedic surgeon William Stanfield, MD, of the Center for Orthopedics in Sheffield Village, Ohio.

"OtisKnee Custom Fit Knee Replacement solves both of these problems by matching the size and placement of the knee implant to the patient's normal knee anatomy," explains Dr. Stanfield.

"Traditional knee replacement surgery requires drilling into the thigh bone and sometimes cutting the posterior cruciate ligament in the knee," says Dr. Stanfield, who specializes in joint replacement. "This drilling and cutting increases surgical risk and post-operative pain, and lengthens recovery time."

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