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All you need to know about a knee replacement surgery

Knee Replacement or Total Knee Replacement Surgery is needed when your knee surface is damaged by arthritis or a severe knee injury. The advance knee replacement surgery involves a computer navigational procedure of fixing Metal and Plastic parts to cap the knee joint.

The most common – Osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint disease that is found mostly in middle-aged to older adults, may damage joint cartilage and adjacent bone in the knees. Whereas Rheumatoid arthritis can cause inflammation in the synovial membrane, may result in excessive synovial fluid, which can lead to constant pain and stiffness.

Other than these, Traumatic and arthritis due to injury can also cause damage to the cartilage of the knee, which can be treated under the procedure of both normal knee surgery and computer navigated knee replacement surgery.

In what cases you need to say yes to the knee replacement surgery?

Knee replacement surgery is performed when the patient is suffering from constant pain and unable to walk, disability in the knee. Osteoarthritis, a form of arthritis, which is responsible for the breakdown of joint cartilage, may lead to limited knee movement and can cause constant pain all the time.

The Knee Replacement Surgery is required when all medications failed and seem not working on a patient. We can also include such conditions when the patient is suffering from unbearable pain even after the consumption of pain relief doses.

Dr I.P. Arora and Orthopaedic Team at Signature hospitals

Meet the HOD – Orthopaedic and Joint replacement surgeon in, DNB (ORTHO) Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program, has successfully done more than 10,000 joint replacement (Including Knee Replacement) surgeries.

Computer navigation is the latest and advance-check on the conventional knee replacement surgery, which ensures a perfect alignment of the newly implanted knee, to get you back to your active lifestyle.  It’s a PINLESS Computer Navigation system – a big boon for the patients who are suffering from Knee and Leg deformities.

Our Super speciality Orthopaedic Services are:

  • Computer Navigated Total Knee Replacements
  • Minimally invasive procedures
  • Partial Knee Replacement
  • Complex and Revision Total Knee Replacements
  • Custom Made Knee Replacements
  • Primary and Revision Total Hip Replacement
  • Shoulder and Elbow Replacement
  • Arthroscopy/ Arthroscopic Meniscus Surgery
  • Arthroscopic ACL Reconstructions

Orthopedics is the study involving the musculoskeletal system of the body. These involve the bones, joints, ligaments, tissues and muscles. Signature Hospital has the best team of experienced Orthopedicians who cater to a wide range of orthopedic disorders and treatment: Total Knee Replacement Hip Reconstruction and Replacement Surgery Partial Knee Resurfacing Ligament tears (MCL, ACL) Artificial Limbs for Prosthesis Trauma Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery Elbow Replacement Surgery.
As a 300-bedded premium hospital, we offer the best in class services and personalized medical care, all dedicated to adding value to your life and health. Our inherent focus is on serving our community, by setting a standard of excellence in providing comprehensive facilities, luxury services, extensive research, and holistic care. We are also known for our world-class efficiency in every step of your journey towards health.

It’s a welding procedure for connecting two or more vertebrae to create a single immobile unit. The spinal fusion process is used to rectify the motion that normally occurs between the vertebrae, and due to which the moment becomes the reason for pain.

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One of these procedures can be performed by a doctor when you are suffering from pain or other problems occurred due to compression fractures in vertebrae. A cement-like material is injected into the vertebrae through a needle which is as broad as cocktail straw. Very similar to the Vertebroplasty, Kyphoplasty features an additional step to help restore height to the crumbled vertebrae, which helps in reducing the deformity.



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