Minimally invasive robotic surgery in Northern Virginia

How does robotic surgery work?

Robotic surgery involves inserting miniature surgical instruments through tiny incisions to visualize the surgical site with a high-definition 3D camera. Your surgeon is able to view a magnified, high-resolution image of the surgical site while controlling the surgical instruments. The robotic system translates your surgeons’ hand movements into smaller, more precise movements allowing your surgeon to perform the procedure more efficiently and accurately than traditional surgery methods. Although robotic technology is involved, your surgeon is in control throughout the entire procedure.

Robotic surgical specialties

StoneSprings surgeons specialize in robotic surgery for:

  • Spinal surgery
  • Knee replacement surgery
  • Gastrointestinal surgery
  • Gynecological surgery
  • Urological surgery
  • Urogynecologic surgery

Robotic-Assisted Knee Replacement

We offer an advanced surgical system for performing partial and total knee replacement. This robot-assisted surgery technology creates a customized 3D digital model of your knee during surgery, eliminating the need to get a CT scan before surgery and reducing your radiation exposure. The model allows a more accurate placement of the artificial knee, based on your unique anatomy. It also helps your surgeon optimize the knee’s range of motion, soft tissue balance, and function for a more natural fit and a quicker, smoother recovery.

General surgery epicenter

The Robotic Training Epicenter for General Surgery at StoneSprings Hospital establishes our surgeons as front runners in robotic surgery expertise. As an Epicenter training site, we host surgeons from across the country as they come to learn and study robotic surgery in our specialized, robotic-equipped operating suite.

What is an Epicenter?

  • An elite network of the nation’s most experienced robotic surgeons
  • A comprehensive surgical training program directed by a highly experienced surgeon who demonstrates best practices, excellent surgical outcomes and innovation in research
  • A training site to proctor and mentor new robotic surgeons throughout the nation

Call our Consult-A-Nurse team at (855) 226-7344 to learn more about robotic surgery at StoneSprings Hospital.

Robotic surgery at HCA Virginia

Robotic-assisted surgery allows for small incisions and more control, creating access to detailed visuals while controlling robotic arms during procedures. This allows for minimally invasive procedures, offering fewer complications and a faster recovery.

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