Knee Replacement Surgery In India
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Damaged knees or knees affected by arthritis or injury might holds you back from enjoying your daily activities of a good life. If you have knee problems it becomes hard for you to walk or climb stairs. Fortunately knee replacement surgery is possible in India with higher success rate at very cost effective price.

India is one of those countries leading in medical industry that provide international standard of health care with advanced facilities. Today if you have knee problems, successful treatments are available.

A note on Knee Replacement Surgery

Usually people with 50 years of age or over affected with Osteoarthritis in which bone ends cartilage becomes softens and wear away that makes bones rub against one another and thus cause pain. Sometimes due to an immune disease such as Rheumatoid arthritis where synovial membrane become inflamed that can damage the cartilage and eventually cause stiffness and pain. In addition a serious knee injury or fracture where knee ligaments may damage the articular cartilage that limiting its function and causing pain.

Above all knee issues require partial or total replacement surgery. As name implies, the surgery involve the replacement of damaged or diseased knee with the artificial plastic and metal components that reduce the pain and help you back for normal daily activities. In the year 1968 the surgery was first performed successfully and in India it gains popularity after 2000 by annually performed more than 60,000 surgeries currently.

Total replacement surgery is also known as knee cartilage replacement, total knee arthroplasty and knee resurfacing where only the worn surfaces of the thigh bone and shin bone are resurfaced to relieve the pain. With 95% success rate, the surgery is very much complicated of its kind and considered as the safest one as well. Usually performed under general anesthesia with the help of microscope for careful analysis, surgeon decided the form of replacement which is fitted in the place of the damaged portion and if it is necessary, some additional support is also provided.

Going through a knee replacement surgery require sufficient time. Starts from evaluating the several components including physical examination, medical history, blood tests, MRI, bone scanning and routinely X-rays are asked for. After evaluation, your surgeon or Orthopaedic would suggest you the best method to relive pain. Surgery is only recommended when other methods have failed such as medications and therapies.

Benefits of Surgery in India

Indian hospitals are the leading ones as compared to other country’s hospital worldwide. From world class medical facility to home like health care and experienced specialists makes India a preferred destination for medical help. In comparison to other Western countries India offers medical services at very affordable cost without compromising in the treatment quality. The surgery may cost you around $40,000 in some of the private UK and USA hospitals whereas in India the same treatment provided for one third of that cost i.e. it would range from 6000 USD to 7000 USD.

SAMA Hospital is one of the leading multispecialty health care centers in Delhi offering world class infertility treatments, Best Physician in Delhi and orthopaedic care. We have enjoyed years of iconic reputation for high quality and affordable medical care. We provide orthopedic surgical treatments such as arthroscopy, Achilles tendon Repair, surgical fracture care, Best Hip Surgery Delhi and total joint replacement treatments.


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