Ara Damansara Medical Centre innovates orthopaedic procedures through robotic-arm assisted technology

Ara Damansara Medical Centre (ADMC), a multidisciplinary hospital under Ramsay Sime Darby Health Care (RSDH), is proud to be a pioneer in orthopaedic surgery by utilising the “Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology” for joint, knee, and hip replacement procedures.

According to ADMC, a 117-bed tertiary care hospital with an array of specialities, this state-of-the-art technology represents a significant transformation for ADMC’s orthopaedic surgeries with enhanced precision, accuracy, and predictability, further solidifying the hospital’s commitment to providing the highest level of care in orthopaedics.

The robotic-arm assisted technology is set to transform joint replacement procedures by providing precision and customised implant alignment. This technology, utilising 3D imaging and a robotic arm, enables surgeons to develop personalised surgical plans for each patient and perform joint replacement surgeries with high accuracy. As a result, patient outcomes are improved, and surgeries become safer and more efficient.

Patients who opt for robotic-assisted joint replacement surgeries can anticipate reduced pain, accelerated recovery, and an enhanced quality of life. In complex case scenarios, a robotic-assisted knee replacement provides improved equilibrium in the soft tissues surrounding the knee, while also enhancing joint alignment.

Additionally, ADMC’s comprehensive and holistic approach to orthopaedic patient care, combined with its focus on minimally invasive procedures and innovative technology, has positioned the hospital as an industry leader in the field of orthopaedics. These services are delivered using state-of-the-art technology and facilities, including AI and robotics rehabilitation.

“At ADMC, we firmly believe in providing holistic patient care that goes beyond surgical intervention. We offer comprehensive guidance and support, from pre-surgical consultations and medical assessments to post-surgical care. Our commitment extends to pain management, physical therapy and guidance to the patient’s family and caregivers, ensuring that our patients receive the utmost attention and care at every step of their journey,” commented Puan Miranda Harumal, Chief Executive Officer of ADMC.

“We take immense pride in our state-of-the-art,one-stop Rehabcentric, which complements our orthopaedic care services. With a patient-centred approach, our tailored rehabilitation programmes are meticulously designed to meet the unique needs of individuals, facilitating a swift recovery and ensuring optimal clinical outcomes. We are also proud to achieve a significant milestone by being honoured with the prestigious Sports Rehabilitation &Physiotherapy Service Provider of the Year award at the GlobalHealth Asia-Pacific Awards 2023 (GHAPAC). This is certainly a proud moment for us,” added Puan Miranda.
As ADMC continues to push the boundaries of orthopaedic care, the adoption of the robotic-arm assisted technology will set a new benchmark for precision, personalisation, and patient satisfaction in joint, knee and hip replacement procedures, on par with other leading private hospitals in the region.


Healthcare Asia Daily (24/07/23)