J. Scott Reid, MD, performed the first smart implant for knee replacement surgery in Oklahoma at Union Pines Surgery Center on the campus of Tulsa Bone & Joint today.
The PIQ tibial implant allows Dr. Reid and his staff to follow a patient through their postoperative course via a web-based application, allowing the orthopedic staff to remain more connected to the patient throughout their surgical journey.
“At Tulsa Bone and Joint, we strive to provide our patients access to cutting-edge technology,” said Dr. Reid. “Our ultimate goal is to improve the patient experience at Tulsa Bone and Joint, and we believe this technology helps us achieve this goal.”
Dr. Reid is a fellowship-trained, board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in knee, hip and shoulder replacements. He is a native Tulsan and has been in practice with Tulsa Bone & Joint since 2015. He is a U.S. Army veteran and served in Afghanistan.