At the Department of Orthopaedics, we understand how important it is to receive the best care for your muscles, bones, and joints. We provide specialized ortho care departments that are dedicated to treating fractures, sprains, total knee replacement, hip replacement, joint replacement surgery, orthopaedic surgery, arthritis, joint replacement, spine surgery, sports injuries, physical injuries, hand, foot, and ankle injuries, orthopaedic oncology, trauma, paediatric orthopaedics, and more. With our comprehensive orthopaedic facilities and expertise, we are here to help you with a speedy recovery. At our full-fledged orthopaedic facilities, we provide whole care that includes diagnosis and treatment of both acute and chronic injuries. Our team of experienced physicians and surgeons have specialized expertise in a wide range of orthopaedic surgeries, including joint replacement procedures. Our treatment plans include medications combined with physical therapy exercises that help you to improve your strength, flexibility and mobility to get back on your feet quickly following injury or surgery. With a comprehensive overview of orthopaedic specializations, the most advanced technology, and round-the-clock trauma care, our orthopaedic surgeons pledge steadfastness in optimum orthopaedic outcomes.
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There is no one-size-fits-all solution for determining when to have surgery. Your orthopaedic surgeon or other doctors will assist you in determining when surgery is the best next step. Important factors to consider are whether you are in pain, if you have instability or decreased movement, and whether the injury or condition is hurting your quality of life.
A variety of factors influence how long it takes for you to fully heal and reap the benefits of orthopaedic surgery. Some individuals require many weeks to recover. Others may have to wait several months. Even if you underwent total joint replacement surgery, you may be able to go home the same day or the next day depending on your overall health, the ailment for which you were treated, and the type of surgery conducted.
Pain is subjective; your tolerance for pain may differ from that of another. It is normal to feel some pain or discomfort at the surgical site, as well as some bone/joint tenderness following surgery. To develop the optimal pain management approach for you, your orthopaedic surgeon will collaborate with your clinical team and other carers.
Advances in medical technology, especially the materials used in whole and partial hip, knee, elbow, and shoulder joints, continue to increase the life expectancy of artificial joints. In general, today's prosthetic devices can endure up to 15-20 years. Your exercise level, overall health, weight, and whether you have arthritis are all factors that can affect the durability of your prosthesis.
The reconstruction or replacement of a joint, such as a shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, or ankle, is known as arthroplasty. You may require partial or total arthroplasty depending on the amount of your joint injury or disease.