As the Indianapolis community returns to healthy activities with their friends and families, Stryker is committed to educating the public about joint health and innovative medical technologies such as Mako SmartRobotics ™. Dr. David Graybill, Orthopedic Surgeon from Central Indiana Orthopedics, to explain to us how this cutting edge technology works and how it works with the Indianapolis Indians.
On Thursday July 15 and Friday July 16, Indianapolis Indians fans can head straight to the SmartRobotics ™ stadium booth in Victory Field to learn more about Stryker’s Mako SmartRobotics ™ technology and enjoy fun activities for the whole family to participate.
The games also give fans the chance to speak to an orthopedic surgeon and learn how Mako SmartRobotics ™ can get patients back into the game faster.
The SmartRobotics ™ Stadium offers fun, interactive activities for families – with a chance to win a prize! The Stryker booth will provide vital information about joint health and the treatment options available.
Following the Games, Stryker will host an individual seminar at the stadium on Thursday 19 August to find out morethe.
In addition, for every walk granted to a batsman during the regular season, Stryker will donate $ 1 to K9s For Warriors, the nation’s largest provider of service dogs to American veterans living with military-related trauma.
Stryker has been a dedicated partner of K9s For Warriors since 2015 and has sponsored 31 service dogs to date – the largest number of any corporate partner.
Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and, together with its customers, has set itself the goal of making healthcare better.
The company provides innovative products and services in orthopedics, medicine and surgery, as well as neurotechnology and spine, that help improve patient and hospital outcomes.
For more information visit, Makosmartrobotics.com and Facebook: @StrykerActive.
THIS SEGMENT IS FUNDED BY STRYKER ORTHOPAEDIC.