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Orthopaedic Surgery

Our service range includes a wide range of Knee Replacement Surgery and Hip Replacement Surgery.

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Knee Replacement Surgery

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For millions of people who suffer from osteoarthritis, pain has become a part of everyday life. In some cases, total knee replacement may be the best option for relief. But many individuals may not take that step, fearing further limitations in their daily activities. A new total knee replacement implant can help put those concerns to rest.
For patients with the ability and desire, the Flex Fixed Knee is designed to accommodate resumption of deep knee bending activities. Early diagnosis, good preoperative flexibility and appropriate rehabilitation (physical therapy) can help a patient's chance for success.
  • A Higher Degree of Bending for Total Knee Replacement Recipients.
  • The Surgery is Minimally Invasive Ensuring a Faster Recovery.
  • A Leading Edge Treatment for Joint Replacements Patients.
  • Patients can resume an Active Lifestyle after Total Knee Replacement

The Flex Fixed Knee replacement is the first knee specifically designed to safely accommodate flexibility of up to 155 degrees. Many activities of daily living require good range of motion, such as climbing stairs (75-140 degrees) and sitting in a chair (90-130 degrees). Hobbies such as gardening and golfing or activities such as kneeling for prayer and sitting cross-legged can demand an even greater degree of bending. Generally, knee replacements have been designed to accommodate flexibility up to 125 degrees.

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Hip Replacement Surgery

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The hip joint is a ball and socket joint that permits movement between the thigh bone (femur) and the hip bone (pelvis).The ball shaped head of the femur fits into a rounded socket (acetabulum) in the pelvis which enables the leg to have a broad range of movements.The outer surface of the femoral head and the inside surface of the acetabulum have a smooth and durable cover of cartilage that allows the two surfaces to slide against one another and enable them to move easily.
Rheumatoid Arthritis -is an auto-immune disease where the inflammation causes an erosion of the articular cartilage and eventually damages the hip joint surface. Avascular Necrosis - low blood supply to a part of femoral head leads to its collapse and hence degenerates the hip joint. Alcoholism,fractures and dislocation of the hip and long term treatment with steroids are its prime causes. Traumatic Arthritis - serious injury to the hip or strange conditions of hip in childhood (congenital dysplasia of the hip) can also lead to degeneration of hip joint.
Hip Replacement Surgeryis a procedure in which the head of the femur (ball) and the acetabulum (socket) are replaced with man-made components, called prosthesis. A healthy hip joint will allow the leg to move easily within its range of motion while supporting the upper body and absorbing the strain that occurs from common activities like walking and running. 

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