Orthopedic Robotic Mako Knee Replacement  

The most accurate, up-to-date and developed joint replacement robotic technology

We pride in being one of the only private hospitals in Kuwait to have the sophisticated Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery by Stryker. This robotic-arm assisted equipment provides a more predictable surgical experience for a variety of conditions including joint (knee and hip) replacement surgery.

This is a great option for those suffering from arthritis, joint pain, injury, affected activity of daily living and in need of joint replacement. Dr. Hussain Alharbi is the only trained and certified surgeon in Kuwait to operate using Mako’s Robotic technology for precise, effective, pain-free and faster recovery surgical outcomes.  

Benefits of Mako Technology

Through laboratory and clinical studies, it was found that Mako technology leads to: 

  • More accurate surgical procedures 
  • Greater protection of soft tissue and ligaments from damage 
  • Lower pain scores reported by patients after 6 months of recovery  
  • Better patient satisfaction reported by patients after 6 months of recovery  


What happens in a Mako robotic-arm assisted surgery?

A personalized surgical plan will first be developed on basis of a CT scanning of your joint (hip/knee) including studying of your bone structure, density and joint alignment.  

The doctor will then assess the size and the placement of your implant. 

 The surgeon receives crucial real-time data about the range of motion of your new joint throughout the procedure. 

 The surgeon directs Mako’s robotic arm to precisely remove the arthritic bone through the assistance of a virtual boundary. 

 Once the diseased bone has been removed, the doctor will carefully and precisely place your new implant by the assistance of Mako’s robotic arm  

 After the procedure is finished, you will be taken to the recovery room to rest and be guided on the post-operative path to strengthen your new joint. 

Our Services and Treatments

  • Avascular necrosis 
  • Knee injury  
  • Knee pain 
  • Knee stiffness  
  • Noninflammatory degenerative joint disease 
  • Osteoarthritis 
  • Post-traumatic arthritis 
  • Rheumatoid arthritis 
  • Traumatic arthritis