Brandon, Florida (March 29, 2017) – Brandon Regional Hospital will conduct a seminar entitled “Minimally Invasive Joint Replacement with the Mako Robot” on April 12 at 6 pm at Brandon Regional Hospital in the Oak Room, 119 Oakfield Drive, Brandon, Florida 33511.
The seminar will be conducted by Michael Miranda, DO, who will discuss how the new Mako robotic-assisted surgery can help those suffering from joint pain. The Mako robotic-assisted surgery provides accuracy and precision for hip and knee replacements. This technique is minimally invasive and can reduce pain, shorten recovery, and produce better results for patients.
Dinner will be provided. Seating is limited and reservations are required. For more information and to register call 813-653-1065 or visit BrandonRegionalHospital.com.
About Brandon Regional Hospital
Brandon Regional Hospital, a member of HCA West Florida Division, is a 422-bed acute care facility offering a number of specialty services including the Heart & Vascular Center, where the latest in cardiovascular surgery and minimally invasive techniques are performed, The Pediatric Center, The Women’s Center, which includes our Baby Suites and 22 bed Level III neonatal intensive care unit, and a designated Bariatric Center of Excellence.
Brandon Regional Hospital is located at 119 Oakfield Drive, Brandon, Florida 33511. For more information contact Natalia Diaz, 813-916-0634 or go to BrandonRegionalHospital.com.