The human body is perceptive of both internal and external injuries. But quite often than usual, we tend to ignore the minor aches and accept the pain instead of fighting against them. Many people suffer from arthritis or joint pain and it affects the most basic activities like taking a walk, climbing down stairs or sitting up straight. Such issues arise with the breaking down of a protective covering of the tissues causing severe pain, leaving the joints swollen and messing with the everyday functioning. One of the most common ailments is known as arthritis.
Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints that can affect one joint or multiple joints. There are more than 100 different types of arthritis, with different causes and treatment methods. Two of the most common types are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Though it is more common in the elderly people, even younger people are prone to arthritis, irrespective of their gender. While there are many treatments that can help aid the issue, most surgeons suggest a hip or knee replacement surgery. Let us dive into the details of the same.
Choosing the right surgeon
Trusting the right person for your surgery is extremely essential to the whole process of healing. A number of factors ascertain the success of such surgeries. From identifying the exact problem of the patient to using the ideal implants, your surgeon has to be an expert in this branch. Transparency with the patients is another important aspect that makes a surgeon gain the trust. Walking the patient through the exact details, indulging in an open conversation regarding the technology used for the treatment and clarity on the possible risks involved should be the basic information shared.
Understanding Total Knee Replacement Surgery
A Total Knee Replacement Surgery is a proven surgical procedure that replaces the damaged knee with prosthetics to improve the functioning of the knee substantially. The goal of total knee replacement surgery is to relieve knee pain and increase knee function by resurfacing the bones that meet at the knee joint. The surgeon removes damaged portions of bone at the end of the femur (thigh-bone) and top of the tibia (shin-bone) and replaces them with prosthetic components.
The Promise of a Minimally Invasive Surgery
The great innovation and discoveries of the medical science and technology are constantly working towards improving the lives of every patient. The latest technique and intervention known as computer navigation has improved the success rate of total knee replacement surgeries. Such innovations have enabled the surgeons to reduce and minimise the pain and perform the surgeries with great precision. It has also contributed to the patient’s experience – shorter hospital stays, less rehabilitation time and evidently reduced pain.
The Orthopedics Facility & Faculty at ILS Hospitals
Orthopedics is the domain of medical science that deals with the correction of conditions arising in the musculoskeletal system. An orthopedic specialist employs both surgical and nonsurgical means towards the same. These can include diagnosis of injury/disorder and treatment with exercise, medication, surgery, implants, and rehabilitation, etc.
The surgical reconstruction or replacement of a joint, Arthroplasty, involves Knee Replacement Surgeries – total or partial replacement of damaged knee tissue/bone or both.
Consult our Orthopedics and Joint Replacement department, which addresses issues associated with joint pains and knee replacement surgeries. ILS Hospitals provides advanced diagnostic services with round the clock doctors and state of the art Operation Theatres. Our renowned surgeons and experienced team of paramedics ensure complete safety of all our patients.
To book an appointment or for any other queries, call ILS Care +91 90514 60000 or visit www.ilshospitals.com.