Dr. Tarlow utilizes the world's most advanced orthopedic robotic arm and computer software system to return your knee's natural motion and feel. Makoplasty Robotic partial knee resurfacing is a less invasive solution.Learn more about Makoplasty Partial Knee Resurfacing >
Advanced Knee Care offers a custom bracing service to patients. This service includes a brief physician visit to confirm the diagnosis and need for the brace, a confirmatory x-ray of the knee and a detailed visit with our bracing specialist.Learn more about Bracing Options for Knee Pain >
- Minimally Invasive (MIS) Total Knee Replacement (TKA)
- Makoplasty Robotic Knee Resurfacing
- Knee Resurfacing (UKR)
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury Care
- Cartilage Regeneration Surgery
- Knee Arthroscopy
- Sports Medicine
Dr. Tarlow | Phoenix Knee Surgeon
Welcome to Advanced Knee Care
Our clinic serves the Phoenix-metro area from our offices in Scottsdale and Mesa. Stefan D. Tarlow, MD is a Board-Certified orthopedic surgeon who has focused on the diagnosis and treatment of knee-related problems for 24 years. Stefan D. Tarlow, MD, offers exceptional patient care with individual service. Dr. Tarlow and his office staff and his hospital care team regularly review our customer service and quality measures to enhance your experience with our clinic. Dr. Tarlow solicits your feedback so that he may better serve you, our customer. Dr. Tarlow is a Phoenix Knee Replacement leader. He is experienced with all variations/innovations of knee replacement techniques: total, partial, uni, resurfacing, patellofemoral, traditional, minimally invasive, computer navigated and robotic.
Stefan D. Tarlow, MD is committed to being at the forefront of his field through lifelong learning. He is among the first and most experienced Makoplasty Robotics surgeons in Arizona. He is skillful in routine knee care and excels with complex knee conditions. Additionally, he has extensive experience in arthroscopic surgery Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction and cartilage restoration. He is a Dr. James R. Andrews fellowship trained Arizona Sports Medicine physician.
Last Modified: March 25, 2013