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American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)
The latest source for Legislation, educational, health care policy and research information. The site includes the bylaws and position papers of the AAOS, and the latest federal and state laws enacted that pertain to the practice of orthopaedics and medicine.

St. David’s Medical Center
Since 1924, St. David's Medical Center has offered unsurpassed healthcare in areas including Women’s Health, Neurosciences, Cardiovascular, Emergency Services, Surgery, Oncology, Orthopedics & Joint Replacement, and Rehabilitation.

Total Knee Implants Designed with Women in Mind
Stryker's Triathlon® Knee System represents the contribution of over thirty years of clinical success in orthopaedic implants. It utilizes the latest in knee technology to help increase the extent to which you will be able to restore motion in your knee after surgery. The Triathlon® Knee is designed for natural knee movement, helping to relieve your pain and restore your independence.

Knee Technology Designed with Potential for Increased Motion
The Triathlon® Knee System is designed to help meet patients' expectations for Lifestyle Recovery.™ The intuitive and evolutionary design is predicated on the worldwide clinical success of millions of Stryker knee implantations.

Navigated Surgery
Stryker's Navigation instruments offer surgeons the ability to use electronic surgical instrument tracking to accurately track in real time where the instruments are relative to the patient anatomy during the operation. By Combining computers, infared cameras and wireless instruments, these navigated surgery systems give surgeons far more accuracy than ever before in neuro, ENT, joint replacement surgery, spine and trauma procedures.

Partial Knee Replacement
Leading surgeons in OXford, England, along with engineers at Biomet, have developed the Oxford® Uncomplimentary Knee System. Its the only FDA-approved, free-floating meniscal partial knee system available in the United States and has been utilized throughout Europe for more than two decades.

Anterior Approach: Total Hip Replacement
Though uncommonly used in the United States, the anterior approach for total hip replacement provides definite advantages for the patient, even those in need of bilateral procedures.

BIRMINGHAM HIP* Resurfacing System
An exciting new alternative to total hip replacement is now available in the United States. Used successfully for years around the globe, the BIRMINGHAM HIP* Resurfacing System has recently been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the United States. Now, patients suffering from hip pain due to arthritis, dysplasia or avascular necrosis can benefit from its conservative approach to treatment. *Trademark of Smith & Nephew