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Advance Knee Replacement Surgery in Hyderabad

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    Bharath Nagar Colony, Near Masjid Uppal, Hyderabad


    Railway Station Road, Kachiguda

    Banjara Hills

    Road No.12, Banjara Hills,

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      What is Knee Replacement Surgery?


      Knee replacement surgery, also known as knee arthroplasty, is a common orthopedic procedure designed to replace a damaged or worn-out knee joint with an artificial implant. This surgery is typically performed to relieve severe pain and restore function in patients suffering from conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or traumatic injury. Here’s a detailed overview of knee replacement surgery:

      Types of Knee Replacement Surgery

      • Total Knee Replacement (TKR)
      • Partial Knee Replacement (PKR)
      • Revision Knee Replacement
      Preoperative Preparation
      Surgical Steps
      Postoperative Care
      Outcomes and Benefits



      Most insurance plans cover knee replacement surgery, including preoperative, surgical, and postoperative care. Coverage varies, so review your policy or consult our experts for details.

       Indicators include persistent pain limiting daily activities, severe rest pain, chronic inflammation, and joint deformity. Consult our specialists for an evaluation if you experience these symptoms.

      Strategies include choosing specialized facilities, considering medical tourism, maximizing insurance benefits, exploring financial assistance, and comparing surgeons and hospitals for the best balance of cost and quality.

      Advancements include robotic-assisted surgery for precision, minimally invasive techniques for quicker recovery, customized 3D-printed implants for better fit, and Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocols.

      Success rates exceed 90%, with implants typically lasting 15-20 years. Outcomes depend on patient health, activity level, and adherence to rehabilitation.

      Recovery involves pain management, physical therapy, and gradual activity increase over 6-12 weeks, with full recovery up to a year. Regular follow-ups are crucial.

      Risks include infection, blood clots, implant issues, nerve damage, and persistent pain. Discuss these with your surgeon to understand preventive measures.

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