Dr. Daley is one of Chicagoland’s leading surgeons in the area of Robotic Knee Replacement and Knee Arthroscopy.
Dr. Daley gained national prominence when, as team physician for the Chicago White Sox, he performed Bo Jackson’s Total Hip Replacement, allowing him to successfully return to playing professional baseball. He also performed Artificial Knee Replacement surgery on Dan Hampton, a Hall of Fame NFL defensive tackle for the Chicago Bears.
The robotic system consists of a surgeon's console, robotic arms, a high-performance vision system, and special surgical instruments. A computed tomography (CT) scan is taken before the surgery to create a 3D model of the affected knee joint. This is interpreted by the system, which accurately guides Dr. Daley.
You may be a good candidate for robotic-assisted knee surgery if yo have: