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Joint Replacement Surgery

Dr. Pradyumna R is a pioneer in joint replacement surgery, allowing some patients to go home the same day as their procedure, and recover in the comfort of their own home. Dr. Pradyumna R brings cutting-edge techniques and technology in an outpatient setting with rapid recovery joint replacement, and robotically-assisted hip and knee replacement.

Dr. Pradyumna R is skilled in both traditional “open” surgical techniques and minimally-invasive approaches. He expertise in hip, knee, shoulder, and elbow replacement. Using the latest robotic surgery technologies, he can operate with more precision, restoring comfort and mobility to people with even the most severely damaged joints.

Dr. Pradyumna R offers patients with painful hip and knee osteoarthritis the opportunity to have a both inpatient or same day joint replacement surgery. The goal of the program is to allow Joint Replacement surgery patients, recover in the comfort of their home, and return to their regular routine as soon as possible or hospital stay. This precisely depends on patient condition and wellbeing.

If you have any queries or would like to schedule an appointment for joint replacement surgery or arthroplasty consultation,
please Call +91 9113025188.

Joint replacement surgery also known as Arthroplasty is a surgical procedure performed to relieve pain and regain motion in a damaged joint. After careful analysis and evaluation of your condition, your physician will suggest a treatment plan to replace the damaged joint. During the procedure, your surgeon removes a damaged joint and replaces it with an artificial joint. The most common types are hip replacement, knee replacement, and shoulder replacement. Based on your condition your surgeon will decide if you need Partial joint replacement or total joint replace. Partial joint replacement is a less-invasive surgery than total joint replacement. Unlike total joint replacement, partial joint surgery doesn’t replace the entire joint, but only the part of the joint that is damaged. Your surgeon will talk with you about the benefits and risks of both types of joint replacements before performing either on you.
Joint replacement surgery also known as Arthroplasty is a surgical procedure performed to relieve pain and regain motion in a damaged joint. After careful analysis and evaluation of your condition, your physician will suggest a treatment plan to replace the damaged joint. During the procedure, your surgeon removes a damaged joint and replaces it with an artificial joint.
The most common types are hip replacement, knee replacement, and shoulder replacement. Based on your condition your surgeon will decide if you need Partial joint replacement or total joint replace. Partial joint replacement is a less-invasive surgery than total joint replacement. Unlike total joint replacement, partial joint surgery doesn’t replace the entire joint, but only the part of the joint that is damaged. Your surgeon will talk with you about the benefits and risks of both types of joint replacements before performing either on you.
Joint replacement surgery is used to treat people with severe injuries or other conditions of the hip, knee, elbow, ankles, wrists or shoulder when nonsurgical treatments fail. These include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fractures, hip dysplasia and avascular necrosis etc. Following joints can be replaced:
  • Hip Joint Replacement
  • Knee Joint Replacement
  • Shoulder Joint Replacement
  • Elbow Joint Replacement

This surgical operation is employed to treat symptoms of arthritis, a condition in which the articular cartilage that covers the joint surface has deteriorated causing significant pain, swelling and stiffness in the joint.
You will receive anesthesia to ensure you do not feel any pain during the surgery. The procedure is minimally invasive techniques involve smaller incisions and your Orthopaedic surgeon will remove the damaged joint, using special tools that make recovery faster. They will then replace it with an artificial one. Following the procedure, they will close your incisions with stitches, staples or surgical glue. You may be wrapped in a bandage and provided a brace or sling while the incision heals.
After surgery, your surgeon will use a few methods to help you recover and return to your everyday activities as quickly as possible. It’s important to follow these instructions so that you can reduce your risk of complications
After undergoing joint replacement surgery, you should take time to recover. Your provider may prescribe various medications with postoperative instructions.
  • Keep your incision site clean and covered.
  • Avoid Physical activity and take rest to recover from surgery.
  • Physical therapists will help you increase movement and regain strength in your affected area as advised by your physician.
  • Follow your health care provider’s instructions closely and make sure you know when you’re able to bathe or shower.
Any surgery itself carries with it risks, as well as potential side effects and complications.
    • Bleeding
    • Blood Clots
    • Infection
    • Damage to the nerves around the joint
The goal of this procedure is to replicate the function and restoration of normal joint movement. It can be an effective pain management solution for people suffering from joint deterioration and inflammation caused by osteoarthritis.
Joint replacement procedures offer more than just a way to reduce pain and stiffness. After a joint replacement, many people can return to the activities they love. Overall, these procedures greatly increase the quality of life and overall health with minimal recovery time.

For additional information on Joint replacement procedures, or to have your joint pain evaluated, please call +91 9113025188 – Dr. Pradyumna R, Orthopaedic Joint paint treatment and Joint replacement surgeon serving BTM Layout, and surrounding areas in Bangalore City.