Knee Arthroplasty Update
1-List three non-surgical approaches to knee osteoarthritis.
2-Describe state of the art knee replacement strategies.
3-Discuss benefits of robotic surgery.
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Samuel Ashby, DO earned his BS in Biology from Brigham Young University and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Midwestern University in Phoenix, AZ. He is an Orthopedic Surgeon - Adult Joint Reconstruction specializing in Primary and Revision Joint Replacement, Surgery of the Hip and Knee, Robotic and minimally invasive surgery and knee arthroscopy. He is a member of the AAOS, FOS, AOA, and AOAO.