Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation

Motion Capture for CAOS

CAOS is a way to use computers and other cutting-edge technologies  for better surgical planning, decision and real-time evaluation during orthopaedic surgery.

For example, using real-time motion capture and navigation software, surgeons have performed image-guided orthopaedic surgery.  This technology has been used in total joint arthroplasty and spine surgery to achieve better alignment of the implant, avoid vital organs during surgery, real-time evaluation of range of motion etc.

CAOS also allows minimum invasive surgery which allows the minimum cut of the skin, muscle and other soft tissues during surgery.