Is Living With Knee Pain Really Living?

Join us on May 21, 2019, as Dr. Scott Strasburger and Syracuse Area Health present the NAVIO Surgical System, the robotics assisted surgical system for partial and total knee replacement.

The 90 minute seminar is designed to inform referring doctors, patients, and patient families about this leading edge technology, and how it may improve patient outcomes. RSVP below to reserve your seat for this free educational event, which includes a light meal and a post-seminar Q&A session with Dr. Strasburger.

Where: Tuesday, May 21st.
from 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
When: Syracuse Area Health, 2731 Healthcare Drive, Syracuse, NE 68446


Dr. Scott Strasburger, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. Strasburger is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine and has been practicing medicine for over 18 years.

Dr. Strasburger is originally from Holdrege, NE and received his bachelor’s degree in life sciences from Nebraska. He played football for the Cornhuskers and was a third-team All-American and a two-time All-Big Eight selection at Nebraska. Strasburger was also an academic All-American and earned the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award and postgraduate scholarship in 1984. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 1985.

Strasburger attended the Nebraska Medical Center School of Medicine and served a surgical internship at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis. Strasburger returned to Tennessee for his orthopaedic residency and received advanced training at the world-renowned American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Ala.

Strasburger specializes in complex shoulder issues, rotator cuff injuries, shoulder instability, shoulder and knee replacements, ACL and all other knee and sports related injuries. He also has years of experience helping patients with other orthopaedic and sports medicine needs.

Strasburger is married and has three children. He is passionate about his community and supports a variety of charities including the UNL Catholic Newman Center, Make a Wish and Cystic Fibrosis.

About The NAVIO Surgical System


Using traditional surgical methods, cutting blocks or guides are placed on the thigh bone (femur) and shin bone (tibia) to help direct a surgical saw in removing the diseased bone and cartilage. This method has been considered technically challenging, as accurately placing these blocks can be difficult. In recent years, advanced surgical techniques using robotic assistance have been developed to provide a higher level of accuracy and precision.


The NAVIO system is an advancement in the way our orthopedic surgeons perform knee replacement. The system works in conjunction with our surgeon’s skilled hands to achieve the precise positioning of the knee implant based on each patient’s unique anatomy.

This added level of accuracy can help improve the function, feel and potential longevity of the knee implant. Through an advanced computer program, the NAVIO system provides robotic assistance that relays precise information about your knee to a robotics-assisted handpiece used by our surgeons during the procedure. By collecting patient-specific data, boundaries are established for the handpiece so we can remove the damaged surfaces of your knee, balance your joint, and position the implant with greater precision.


Designed to enforce bone resurfacing within surgeon defined plan


Designed to ensure consistent and accurate results


Designed to enable access through smaller incisions