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We Understand The Need For Orthopaedic Doctors - Because What Makes Us, Can Break Too!

The musculoskeletal structure contains the bones, muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments and tissues is what gives us the framework of our entire body and assist in movement. Any deformity or injury of this structure can hinder our growth and activities, causing us acute pain. This is where orthopaedic doctors step in to help us out. Orthopaedics is the branch of medicine that specializes in the treatment and restructuring of bones and muscles in our body. The expertise of the Orthopaedic surgeon is to treat injuries, deformities or degenerative bone diseases in patients. They are also commonly known as orthopaedists.

Top 10 knee replacement surgeons in India are specialised in the surgical procedures for treating the bones, muscles, tissues or ligaments such as:

  • Traumatic injuries
  • Spine correction
  • Distress caused by sports injuries
  • Tumour infections
  • Other deformities caused by osteoarthritis, degeneration or accidents

Should you go for medical therapy? Or would you need a surgery?

One of the first things that the orthopaedic doctor will use is preliminary diagnostic methods to assess the intensity of your injuries or deformities of the bone, muscle or ligament. This can include X-Rays, MRI scans. The Orthopaedic doctor will first attempt to speed up the healing process of broken bones or ruptured ligaments with the help of non-surgical procedures such as medicines and diet supplements. Doctors will prescribe exercises, physiotherapy, massages as a part of the recuperation and rehabilitation procedure. By guiding through the diet and prescribing medicines, the doctor will suggest various methods to prevent further damage to the bones and muscles and limit the progression of degeneration in older patients.

Methods of musculoskeletal correction/ Major Knee Surgeries;

  • Arthroscopy
  • Joint replacement surgery
  • Bone structure reformation.

What we do?

Here are the benefits that our clients get when they choose Knee Surgery with Jiyo India

  • We can connect you to the top orthopaedic doctors in India.
  • The hospitals with whom we are connected possess the record of carrying out a number of transplant surgeries with 100% success rate.
  • For your joint replacement and surgery requirements, we will help you by providing references for at least 10 of the most renowned knee-replacement surgeons in India.
  • Our nexus of doctors and health practitioners are extremely proficient and each a master in his own field.
  • We have a wide network of some of the best hospitals in India, that provide economical medical packages to suit budget requirements of different patients.
  • Our objective is to provide you the best doctor consultancy, treatment and ensure 100% recovery. We also offer a number of other services such as aids for your transport to the hospitals, doctor appointments on priority, travel, lodging, post-treatment follow-ups and related paperwork.
  • Join Hands with Jiyo India and gear up to access the benefit of consulting best hospital for knee replacement surgery in India, that too with an ease.

How safe is Arthroscopy?


Arthroscopy is the latest medical treatment technology that allows the treatment of internal joints. It refers to a surgery that is minimally invasive and the patient recovers speedily without suffering many incision scarring. The process of arthroscopy can be used for the treatment of:

  • Serious knee injuries
  • Unexplained hip pain
  • Difficulty in the movement of shoulder and wrists
  • Deformity of the spine
  • Infection and inflammation
  • Tumours
  • Traumatic injuries such as disc herniation, tailbone fractures and degeneration

Due to the technological advancement in medical science, the orthopaedic surgeons can do wonders!

  • Replace diseased bone joints with prosthetics
  • Stimulate growth of muscles, tissues and cartilage
  • Repair and healing of injured soft tissues and tendons.
  • Removal of the supporting implants
  • Hip replacements
  • Shoulder arthroscopy
  • Repair and healing of injured soft tissues and tendons.
  • Removal of the supporting implants
  • Hip replacements
  • Shoulder arthroscopy
  • Repositioning of bones, welding broken pieces of bones together with
    the help of metal rods or by grafts. By the use of metal plates, screws and pin, displaced bones are repositioned to prevent further damage and discomfort.
  • Wrist Arthroscopy

Orthopaedic surgeons are usually an important part of a team of medical professionals as consultants, when taking care of a patient who has undergone fatal accidents or multiple traumatic injuries. They constitute an important part of the emergency care team.



Stages of Knee Replacement Surgery

  • The pre-operative stage includes a number of treatment procedures to make certain that the patients do not suffer from other serious health disorders related to the heart, lungs or kidneys.

  • Antibiotics are started as soon as possible to prevent any kind of inflammation and infection from the surgery. Within 48 hours of the completion of the surgery, there is a need to start physical rehabilitation through physiotherapy. Pain, stiffness, and difficulty are to be expected initially which can be slowly overcome with regular treatment and exercise.

  • With advancement and enhancement of medical sciences, upgrade of medical equipment to international standards and technological progress, a number of complex diseases can now by combat. Although the procedures are expensive and complicated, with the availability of medical insurance and health packages, there are some cost-effective options that give patients hope of survival and a second chance to live.

  • Bleeding nose
  • Fever
  • Rashes
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Back pain

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  • Medical Consultation
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  • Detailed Diagnosis
  • Progress of the patient
  • Post treatment assistance
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FAQ

A. Knee Replacement surgery is a complex surgical procedure refers to the substitution of the damaged and worn-out knee joints with artificial joints and prosthetics and improves the ability of the knee joints to bear weight. Depending upon the extent of injury and deterioration, the orthopaedic surgeon can opt for a partial knee replacement surgery or a total knee joint replacement surgery. It is a difficult surgery and will require extended hospitalization followed by long-term recuperation procedure. Medicines are constantly provided to prevent blood clots and thrombosis.

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  • Making Incisions- This is done with great precision to get access to the kneecap. The scientific term is patella. In the modern techniques, the incisions made are small, about 4 to 6 inches at the most.
  • Rotation of Kneecap- The patella is rotated as required, by the surgeon, to closely examine the deterioration and the accurate location for replacement and surgery.
  • Preparation of the thighbones- The femur bone undergoes the incision and surgery first to expose the knee joint.
  • Implantation- Bone cement is used to fuse and fix the metal femoral component.
  • Tibia Preparation- The tibia is the term used for shinbone. After the kneecap has
  • Tibia Implantations- This is done to secure the new implants so that the patient faces no difficulty in movement and in flexing of the knee.
  • Re-adjustment of the kneecap- Plastic implants needs to be reshaped and fixed properly into the joint. The tibia trays are fixed and put into place with the help of bone cementation.
  • Finalizing- The surgeon will try to flex, bend and turn the knee to make sure the movement is fine and the joints have been restructured correctly. The stitches will be closed up, bandaged and the knee may be attached to a CPM (continuous passive motion) machine to regulate the movement.

A. Patients with severe osteoarthritis, joint deformity and acute pain that impairs normal activities and in case of extreme traumatic knee injuries should opt for knee replacement surgery.

A. Unfortunately, the knee replacement surgery is an expensive, complicated and elaborate surgery. However, we have solutions for that too. With our affordable and specially designed health packages, we make sure the treatment is not compromised for any of our clients.

  • Highly experienced and skilled professionals are required to conduct the operation with extreme pre-operative and post-operative care for the best outcome.
  • In India, the cost of a knee replacement surgery can start from a minimum of Rs 90,000 for partial knee replacement with additional expenses for medicines, blood transfusion, physiotherapy and other necessary equipment and can go up to Rs 400,000.
  • The preoperative examinations and postoperative medical follow-up can be charged separately or be included in a specially designed financial package.
  • The cost of replacement also depends upon the choice of implants and prosthetics that are inserted and used for joint replacement.

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