The world of digital reality has enabled orthopedics to create a pool of information about the function of our joints, the quality of our bones and the existence of possible damage.
So while until now we were trying to guess what is happening in our body, now we can see what exactly is suffering inside us, in front of and behind our affected joint when it bothers us persistently.
With MATRIX technique, the patient and the surgeon are in a simulation, thus acquiring possibilities that could not be imagined before. If MATRIX film conveyed messages from the future, MATRIX arthroplasty brings the future to the present.
The surgeon receives knowledge at an extremely fast pace in his mind, utilizes it surgically during the operation and creates an augmented reality environment which impresses with the accuracy and speed of the surgical execution.
Nothing can go wrong intra-operatively, when the digital image of the bone is identified with our real bone using a 3D model of the knee or hip and an artificial joint that will work better than our biological one is performed.