See how the collaboration between human and machine is giving surgeons peace of mind. “There is less pain, less anaesthetic. Recovery with open surgery would be three months. Now 95% if my patients are back at work in two weeks. They can start physio too because the fixing is more stable.” Mr Khai Lam, Consultant Spinal Surgeon and minimally invasive pioneer speaks to The Telegraph.
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