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When is there a need for knee replacement surgery?

You may need knee replacement surgery in:

Arthritis:

The patient experiences persistent pain, inflammation, redness, and stiffness in the knee joint even after taking medications.

Severe knee injury:

Severe knee injury may result in complete damage to the knee joint.

Unusual growth of bones:

You may undergo knee replacement surgery in deformity in case of any abnormal bone growth in the knee.

How are the conditions requiring knee replacement surgery diagnosed?

There are several methods to diagnose the conditions that require knee replacement surgery. The doctor at a joint replacement hospital may ask you about the symptoms along with the frequency and severity. The doctor may also evaluate your current treatment and determine if further treatment may provide you with relief or if knee replacement surgery is the only option.

Signs that it might be time for a knee replacement:

Difficulty walking or climbing stairs

Frequent knee aches and pains

Experience morning stiffness

Previous injury to the ACL of your knee

How do doctors perform Knee
Replacement Surgery?

Knee replacement surgery is the procedure that involves replacing the damaged cartilage and bones of the knee joint with the artificial joint.

Our Department’s Experience

Our Orthopaedics department has treated over 20000+ patients with Knee related problems over the last 46 years. Our highly experienced Orthopaedic surgeons will ensure you receive the best Knee Replacement Surgery.

Why Choose Sri Ramakrishna Hospital?

Over 46 Years of Medical Service
Best-in-Class Medical Infrastructure All Under One Roof
Highly Experienced Orthopaedic Surgeons
Latest and Safest Treatment Methods

Our Doctors and their Experience

Our Orthopaedics department has treated over 20000+ patients with Knee related problems over the last 46 years. Our highly experienced Orthopaedic surgeons will ensure you receive the best Knee Replacement Surgery.

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Questions? Answered!

The doctor may perform different types of knee replacement surgery depending upon the severity of knee damage. The type of surgeries includes total knee replacement, partial knee replacement, knee cap replacement, and revision surgery.

After three weeks of surgery, you may be able to stand and walk for 10 minutes. Within 4-6 weeks of rehabilitation or continuous exercise, you may regain the strength and movement in your knee. At this stage, you may not feel any pain or inflammation.

Being a major surgery, one of the best knee replacement surgeons of the hospital should perform knee replacement surgery. The latest knee replacement techniques have significantly reduced the risks and accelerated the recovery post-surgery.

Like with other major surgeries, you may feel the pain after knee replacement surgery. However, the doctor manages the pain by prescribing you certain analgesics. You may expect pain and swelling for about 2-3 weeks post-surgery.

Physiotherapy provides you with various benefits. It helps in increasing your range of motions and helps to accelerate recovery. Further, it also helps in avoiding improper movements.

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