Yashoda Hospital has been recognized as a destination for knee joint replacement based on several factors, including our lower than well-acclaimed doctors, average infection rates, nurse-to-patient ratios, and length of stays.
We don’t take a one-size-fits-all approach to joint replacement; instead, we provide a personalized treatment option. While some patients may go home on the same day of their surgery, others will stay with us for optimal health care. We have emerged as one of the leading hospitals for joint replacement in the country to provide Total Knee Replacement.
We recognize that each person recovers differently, so our doctors and staff will provide you comprehensive care to let you recover to your pre-surgery condition as quickly as possible. We know that many other hospitals focus on protocols, treating everyone the same, but we do what’s best for you.
The Orthopaedic team at Yashoda Hospital holds expertise in Revision Joint Replacement Surgery for Hip and Knee using special implants and frozen bone grafts.
The surgeons at Yashoda are committed to providing their patients with world-class joint Replacements surgeries that yield exemplary results. The orthopaedic department consists of highly trained physiotherapists who are always ready to help you on your journey towards recovery after the replacement.
Joint replacement surgery is a medical procedure that aims at helping patients suffering from chronic joint injuries or joint degeneration. An injury may be the result of an accident or an underlying medical condition. The surgery is carried out under the influence of anaesthesia. The artificial grafts made of metal, plastic, or ceramics that resemble the original joint are replaced with original joints. The surgery can help the patient get rid of the pain and enhance their range of motion, which was retrenched earlier due to the orthopaedic problems. Joint replacement surgery is one of the most common orthopaedic procedures that can be performed on adults and children.
Knee Joint replacement surgery can be of two types:
Joint knee replacement surgery is generally for patients with chronic joint problems beyond repair, and surgery is usually the last resort for treatment. It helps treat patients suffering from conditions like arthritis, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis, especially when:
Some of the significant medical conditions we treat under Knee Joint Replacement Surgery include:
To prepare patients for joint replacement surgery, we recommend the following steps:
The necessary precautionary measures one must consider before and after the surgery are:
Just like any other medical procedure, joint replacement surgery also has certain risk factors. These include:
All of these complications can be eliminated easily with proper care and precautionary measures.