WHY CLICK2CURE SURGERY
Knee Surgery With Click2cure
- Free Doctor Consultation
- Always Transparent Pricing
- Best Surgeon
- State Of Art Hospital Setup
- All Mediclaim/ Insurance Cover
- Personal Care Assistance
- Special Care Kit Before Your Surgery
- Cure With Care
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Something Know More About Knee Surgery
When to get a knee replacement is not something that can be determined with absolute certainty. The primary justification for having it done is discomfort, but if you have exhausted all other non-operative treatment options, such as dietary changes, anti-inflammatory drugs, physical therapy, and injections, it could be time to consider surgery.
Following a comprehensive evaluation, an orthopedic surgeon will provide a recommendation. Get a consultation on Knee Replacement Surgery from Click2Cure.
To access the injured portion of your joint, the surgeon will create an incision over the front of your knee.
The typical incision size ranges in length from 6 to 10 inches.
Your kneecap is moved to the side during the procedure, and the damaged cartilage and a little bit of bone are removed. The injured tissue is then replaced with fresh metal and plastic parts. The parts come together to create a medically suitable artificial joint that moves like your normal knee.
The majority of knee replacement surgeries last approximately 60 to 90 minutes.
After your procedure, there will undoubtedly be some pain, but your surgical team will make every effort to limit it to a minimum. The surgeon will offer you tablets of painkillers when you leave the hospital.
Your knee should be substantially less painful following recovery from surgery. However, it is impossible to foresee the precise outcomes, and some patients experience persistent knee pain for several months after surgery.
Prepare a bed and place it on the ground floor of a multi-story home if you reside there so you may skip the stairs when you first get home.
Make sure there are no obstacles or dangers in the home, such as furniture, area rugs, clutter, or power wires. Pay attention to any corridors, paths, or other areas that you might pass through while walking.
After knee replacement surgery, the majority of patients need an assistance device (walker, crutches, or cane) for about 3 weeks, though this varies greatly from patient to patient.
After 6 to 8 weeks, you can also engage in low-impact activities like swimming, walking, and using a stationary bike. You might ask your physical therapist for advice on how to gradually introduce new activities at this time.
Run, jumping, and other high-impact activities should be avoided.
More than 82% of complete knee replacements, according to studies, are still working 25 years later.
Due to their more active lifestyles, younger people are more likely to require a modification at some point in their lives.
Our experienced Doctors/surgeons spend a lot of time with you to diagnose your condition. If surgery is not required then our Doctors will recommend non surgical treatment first. You are assisted in all pre-surgery medical diagnostics. We offer advanced laser and laparoscopic surgical treatment.
Click2Cure is a solving all healthcare problems with cutting edge technology. All our surgeries are happening with utmost latest technology at Vadodara’s best set ups. Our focus is on simplifying the entire surgery of a patient and his/her attendant by offering care and assistance at each and every step.
All inclusive Package
If surgery is required then from first Doctor consultation, pre operative work, CT scan, X-Ray, Pharmacy, all Lab tests and Anesthesia charges – all included in our surgery package. We do only selected surgeries and our pricing is very transparent. All Mediclaim/cashless facility will be given.
Personal Assistance for Surgery & Insurance
One Coordinator assists you throughout the surgery journey from insurance paperwork, to book free consultation and admission-discharge process at the hospital. Patient and family should focus only on recovery and Click2Cure will focus on making your surgery experience more caring.