What is it?
The Globus Excelsius Spine Robot is the first technology to combine a robotic arm and full navigation capabilities for precise trajectory alignment in spine surgery. It’s designed to improve accuracy and optimize patient care by using robotics and navigation.
Spine surgery outcomes depend on precision. The robot helps improve the surgeon's accuracy during surgery.
Being under anesthesia can be difficult, that is why we want to safely reduce procedure time as much as possible.
Smaller incisions lead to the shorter length of stays and less potential for infection making your recovery faster.
PARS Brain and Spine Institute and WVU Medicine/ Camden Clark are the first providers in the state of West Virginia to provide this technology. Surgical cases with the Globus robot are performed exclusively at Camden Clark Medical Center in Parkersburg, WV.
You can call PARS patient coordination line at 304-865-3651 to schedule an appointment to discuss your care plan and if Robotic Spine surgery is something that could benefit you.