Ian C. Weber, MD, is a complex joint reconstruction surgeon, who sees patients at his office in Westminster, Colorado. He is actively involved in the industry as an American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons member, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Fellow.
Dr. Weber and his entire team are the very best medical practice that I have experienced in all of my 78 years!. Dr. Weber has an excellent bedside manner that puts you at ease and instills confidence from beginning to end of his procedure. My total knee replacement was 100 percent successful as ... ~ Mary Trofino ~
Dr Weber and his staff are a knowledgeable caring group whose main objective is the patient. I immediately felt comfortable when talking to them about my situation. Dr Weber got down to business when explaining what was wrong with me and why I was experiencing so much pain. He answered all my questi... ~ Alan Dollar ~
For 4 months I was going to physical therapy for my hip. It wasn't helping. The pain was so bad I could hardly walk. I went to see Dr Weber. He showed me the xray. He was very blunt. He said you can go on like you have been or have a hip replacement. He said I guarantee you will feel 100% be... ~ Patricia Ridgway ~
Minimally invasive total hip replacement is a surgical procedure performed through one or two small incisions rather than the surgical long incision of 10-12 inchesd as in the traditional approach.
Complex total knee replacement is employed in patients whose arthritis is especially severe, or who have already undergone a previous knee replacement in the same leg. The surgery takes about 2 to 3 hours to perform.
Conventional total knee arthroplasty and soft tissue balancing is based on a subjective unquantified assessment, which can lead to imperfect balancing and poor patient outcomes. Five case studies were used to present the functionality of a novel robotic system in allowing intraoperative adjustments based on objective measures for several primary total knee arthroplasty cases.