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Department Of Arthritis And Joint Replacement

Arthritis and joint replacement department of Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain Hospital offers the state of the art surgeries at affordable cost for patients suffering from intractable pain due to osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, avascular necrosis and many other degenerative conditions affecting joints leading to arthritis. Surgeries are conducted in state of the art laminar flow operating theatres and using ultra modern high precision surgical instruments.
 


Services Offered

  • Osteoarthritis of Knee
  • Osteoarthritis of Hip
  • Post traumatic Hip and Knee Arthritis
  • Infected Knee and Hip Replacement
  • Loosening of Hip and Knee Replacement
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Inflammatory Arthritis of Hip and Knee
  • Avascular Necrosis of Hip Joint
  • Unicondylar Arthritis of Knee
  • Complex Hip Fractures including Fracture Neck of Femur and Inter Trochanteric Fracture



  • Primary Total Knee Replacement
  • Unicondylar Knee Replacement
  • Revision Knee Replacement


  • Primary Total Hip Replacement
  • Revision Hip Replacement
  • Hemiarthroplasty of Complex Trauma including Inter Trochanteric and Fracture Neck of Femur


  • Dedicated physiotherapy department for post operative rehabilitation
  • Pain management as per international norms for post operative cases
  • Non surgical treatment of all arthritis during early stages



  • It is a surgical procedure carried out for end stage arthritis for patients with severe knee pain due to arthritis, commonly due to osteoarthritis.
  • Patient will undergo fitness test for surgery from physician, anaesthesia team and other specialities as per the patient’s medical condition.
  • In this procedure, the worn out cartilage of Femur (thigh bone) and tibia (Knee bone) is removed using high precision instruments. After removing the cartilage, the correct size of implant is determined by the surgeon on table and fixed in place of the worn out cartilage of both thigh and leg bones. In between the femur and knee implant a high quality medical grade plastic called insert input and joint is recreated.
  • As the pain causing worn out cartilage is removed and replaced by high precision knee implants, patient will not have arthritic pain, that was experienced before surgery.
  • After the surgery, patient will have some amount of operative pain, which will be taken care by our dedicated pain management team from the department of Anaesthesia.
  • Patient will be made to walk next day using walker and physiotherapy will be started from the very next day.
  • A blood thinner medicine will be given to prevent any blood clots from forming in the calf muscles till the patient is there in the hospital.
  • Patient will be ready for discharge usually 2nd and 3rd day after surgery and may need 2 to 3 follow up visits in OPD for dressing. Staples will be usually removed 2 weeks from the date of surgery, and physiotherapy will be continued for next 6 weeks.


  • It is a surgical procedure carried out for end stage arthritis for patients with severe knee pain due to arthritis, commonly due to osteoarthritis, avascular necrosis of hip, rheumatoid arthritis, post traumatic arthritis and other inflammatory arthritis.
  • Patient will undergo fitness test for surgery from physician, anaesthesia team and other specialties as per the patient’s medical condition.
  • In this procedure, hip joint is exposed and worn out ball of hip is removed. Using high precision instrumentation the socket is recreated. Thigh bone is rasped to make way for putting artificial implants. After determining the correct size cup and stem along with the correct ball of femur size, implantation is done using cement or sometimes without cement as determined by the surgeon on case by case basis. After the recreation of new artificial joint, hip is checked for stability.
  • After the surgery, patient will have some amount of operative pain, which will be taken care by out dedicated pain management team from the department of anaesthesia. Patient will be made to walk the next day using walker and physiotherapy will be started from the very next day.
  • Care will be taken to recreate correct leg length to near normal as possible. Some amount of leg length discrepancy is expected and acceptable due to various other reasons during surgery and will be taken care by shoe modifications.
  • A blood thinner medicine will be given to prevent any blood clots from forming in the calf muscles till the patient is there in the hospital. Patient will be ready for discharge usually by 2nd or 3rd day after surgery and may need 2 to 3 follow up visits in OPD for dressing. Staples will be usually removed 2 weeks from the date of surgery, and physiotherapy will be continued for next 6 weeks.



Our Consultants

Department Of Arthritis And Joint Replacement
(A Unit of Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain Hospital)

 
  Tel: 080-40875500