OMNIBotics® Total Knee Replacement

Powerful, Practical, and Perfectly Sized

At OMNI, robotic tools have been a core competency since 2007. When envisioning surgical robotics, many imagine a large robotic arm performing the surgical procedure. In actuality, robotics come in a variety of forms. We manufacture compact and cost-effective robotic tools with the following advantages:

The Best Technology

  • Our new Predictive Balance™ technique incorporates our OMNIBotics alignment system with the BalanceBot™; which is the world’s first soft-tissue balancing robot. Together, these robotic technologies help surgeons place implants anatomically while minimizing soft-tissue releases.

Smaller and Less Expensive

  • Our mobile workstations can be moved easily between rooms and do not require massive capital investments.

Intuitive Surgical Workflow

  • Robotic arms require surgeons to change the way they perform their total knee procedure. OMNIBotics will integrate easily into the existing procedure workflow.

Full Visualization of Procedure

  • Our robotic tools allow surgeons and their assistants to have better visualization of the surgical site than even standard intramedullary instrumentation because a single robotic resection slot is used instead of a standard 4-in-1 resection block. This advantage is even more evident when compared to a robotic arm. These arms require a complete reconfiguration of the surgical team and the surgeon is unable to easily see the surgical site.

No CT Scan Required

  • OMNIBotics utilizes our patented intraoperative Bone Morphing™ technology to create a 3D model of the bones without radiation or added expense.

Predictive Balance™ Technique

Alignment. Balance. Minimal Releases.

The OMNI BalanceBot™ robotic ligament tension device is the only of its kind. This breakthrough technology has enabled the latest in robotic-assisted surgical procedures: Predictive Balance Technique.


Revolutionizing Total Knee Arthroplasty

Clinical Results

OMNI is continuously adding to a summary of historical and ongoing clinical studies of the OMNIBotics® surgical platform and OMNI total joint arthroplasty components. The goals of these studies are to investigate the potential clinical, surgical, and economic benefits of OMNI’s robotic-assisted arthroplasty products.


†Data on file at OMNI

  1. Malhotra R, Singla A, Lekha C, Kumar V, Karthikeyan G, Malik V, Mridha AR. A prospective randomized study to compare systemic emboli using the computer-assisted and conventional techniques of total knee arthroplasty. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2015 Jun 3; 97(11):889-94.
  2. Church JS1, Scadden JE, Gupta RR, Cokis C, Williams KA, Janes GC. Embolic phenomena during computer-assisted and conventional total knee replacement. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2007 Apr; 89(4):481-5.
  3. Licini DJ, Meneghini RM. Modern abbreviated computer navigation of the femur reduces blood loss in total knee arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty. 2015 Oct; 30(10):1729-32