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Arthoplasty Surgery

Regen Speciality Hospital in Jaipur is one of the best centres for Arthroplasty or Hip Replacement Surgery across India. The hospital also specializes in Knee Replacement Surgery. We have the best-in-class equipment combined with a dependable and highly experienced team of surgeons, who take extraordinary measures to ensure that not only is your surgery successful, but the process of rehabilitation is also as painless and convenient as possible.

Investigation

Our doctors believe that it is the initial assessment which is the most imperative stage of an Arthroplasty. Hence, they usually recommend one or more of the below mentioned investigative procedures:

  • Blood Tests
  • X-ray
  • CT Scans
  • MRI Scans
  • Ultrasound Scans

Regen hospital has a highly advanced diagnostic lab thoughtfully equipped with equipment and has an eminently skilled team of technicians who conduct these tests in a precise manner.

Treatment Alternatives

Let us give you a preview into the two types of Arthroplasty that are offered at Regen.

  • Knee Arthroplasty

    Also known as Knee Replacement Surgery, this procedure is meant to treat any persistent knee damage that results in pain. Essentially, Arthroplasty denotes surgical repair of the joint, which is the actual motive behind Knee Replacement. Here, the damaged/malfunctioning joint is replaced by a metallic counterpart.

    Typically, there are the two types of knee replacement procedures.

    • Partial Knee Arthroplasty
    • Total Knee Arthroplasty

    More often than not, a Knee Arthroplasty is suggested when the patient suffers from one of the following ailments:

    • Osteoarthritis

      Osteoarthritis is a type of arthritis, which leads to the inflammation of knee joints and subsequent pain. However, the surgery is not recommended unless the condition has an adverse impact on the quality of the patient’s life.

    • Rheumatoid Arthritis

      Yet another type of arthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis is a systemic autoimmune disease, which results in irreversible damage to the joint tissues, bones, and cartilages in the entire body of the patient. Surgery in such cases is recommended only if the patient doesn’t respond to oral medications.

    • Inactivity

      In some cases, consistent knee pain leads to inactivity as well as the inability to carry out daily activities, and hence knee replacement surgery is advised.

    • Knee deformity

      Noticeable bowing out of the knees is a deformity found in young adults, which may need a surgery in certain cases.

    • Hip Arthroplasty

      Also known as Hip Replacement Surgery, this procedure involves the replacement of inflamed/damaged cartilage and bone of the hip with a metallic counterpart. This artificial part usually comprises of titanium, chromium, ceramic and cobalt. It is essentially a minimally invasive procedure and has a significantly short rehabilitation period.

    There are numerous reasons which may lead to the necessity of a Hip Arthroplasty, the most prominent of which are listed below:

    • FAI or Femoral Acetabular Impingement (Abnormal growth of Thigh Bone or Hip Bone)
    • Damaged Labrum
    • Cysts in the Hip Bone
    • Tearing of Ligamentum Teres Muscle
    • Synovitis
    • Hip Infections
    • Trochanteric Bursitis
    • Early Arthritis
    • Psoas Tendinopathy
    • Biopsy

    Whatever the reason is for the pain, discomfort and restricted movement of the hip bone, at Regen, our specialised team of doctors will investigate the same and offer you the best course of action. We also take all efforts possible to offer patient-centric tertiary care services, so that our patients enjoy complete safety and satisfaction, along with enhanced clinical outcomes.