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AAOS Exec Chat: An Insider Look Into DePuy Synthes' Anterior Approach

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Scott Zellner, senior director at DePuy Synthes, and orthopedic surgeon Joel Matta, who has been collaborating with DePuy since 2004, have long advocated for the anterior approach to total hip replacement, touting the many benefits of the minimally invasive surgery. Medtech Insight sat down with Zellner and Matta at this year's American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons' (AAOS) conference in Las Vegas to discuss the company's latest technologies designed for the anterior approach to total hip replacement, what's next, and to hear Matta's view on the widely discussed role of robotic-assisted surgeries.

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