In the News

David A. Cautilli, M.D.

Dr. Dave Cautilli performs many carpal tunnel surgeries with a minimally invasive procedure known as endoscopic carpal tunnel release (ECTR) at St. Mary's Medical Center in Lanhorne, PA. To read about how you might benefit from this procedure, click here.

Using advanced techniques at St. Mary Medical Center, Dr. David Cautilli is now able to perform delicate micro-vascular surgery to repair a damaged hand and restore feeling. Click here to read the full article and hear his video clip.

George P. Cautilli, M.D.

Dr. George Cautilli, medical director of St. Mary Medical Center's Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Center, was recently interviewed by KYW 1060 Newsradio regarding computer-guided orthopedic surgery. To hear the interview, click here.

An Internet search on the words "surgical precision" yields more than 23 million results, mostly applications of the term to thousands of non-medical topics to convey exactness and accuracy. But for the patient in the surgery suite and the surgeon performing a procedure, the degree of precision achieved is a major factor in determining the outcome: restoration of health and/or function, pain reduction and other measurable improvements in well-being. In surgical techniques and technology, the pursuit of greater precision is ongoing. Enter computer-guided orthopedic surgery at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, PA where its Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Center is leading the way in modern knee replacements. Using an advanced MRI and computer technology to design a custom cutting guide, medical director Dr. George Cautilli and his colleagues use the guide during surgery to position the knee implant to fit the patient's natural joint. This customized knee replacement can last longer and often results in less potential blood loss and less anesthesia during the shorter surgical procedure, and less chance of infection afterwards. Dr. Cautilli talks with Rasa Kaye about the new surgical technique for knees, as well as advances in micro-vascular hand and arthroscopic shoulder surgeries.

Dr. George Cautilli was featured in an article by St. Mary's Medical Center for giving a Fairless Hills woman a "New Lease on Life" after a cutting-edge, customized knee replacement surgery computer-guided technique was performed. Click here to read the article.

All Physicians

Because of their exceptional care and expert skills, Cautilli Orthopaedics was listed in the following publications:

Top Surgeons
Richard A. Cautilli, Jr., M.D.
George P. Cautilli, M.D.
David A. Cautilli, M.D.
Richard A. Cautilli, Sr., M.D.