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BONE & JOINT CLINIC NOIDA
Dr. Sumit Badhwar Has Been Rated Best Orthopedician in Noida, Delhi, Gurgaon & NCR
Knee Replacements Done
Knee Replacement Surgery Treatment Noida, NCR
- About Dr. Sumit Badhawar
- Knee Replacement Surgery Procedure
- Knee Replacement - Before & After
- Patient Review
Dr. Sumit Badhwar has undergone super specialty training in knee arthroscopy from AIIMS Delhi and sports medicine from England and did his Joint Replacement Visitation from Max Elite institute.
Dr Sumit Badhwar is one of the Lead Orthopaedic Surgeon in the Delhi NCR Area & he specializes in orthopedic surgeries like Joint Replacement Surgeries, Stem Cell Therapy, Poliotic surgeries, Arthroscopy, Fracture & pediatric orthopedic treatments etc.
In the past, Dr.Sumit Badhwar is responsible for managing FIRST Private corporate Hospital Joint Replacement Unit in Himachal Pradesh.
He has to his credit of doing First Reverse Shoulder Joint Replacement and first to do Stitchless Joint Replacement Surgery and first to use Special Plates for Fracture Fixation in Himachal Pradesh.
He is one of the few surgeons to use Minimally Invasive Techniques for joint replacement and fracture fixation.
He prefers using “made to order” joint replacement with computer navigation (surgery by wire) for early return to work, High flexion knee & hip replacement for increased range of motion and better rehabilitation process.
He is an active member of several Professional bodies, and has participated in numerous National and International Forums. He has national publications to his credit.
The motto of his service is ‘Mobility is life’.
Total Knee Replacement surgery should be called as Knee-Resurfacing or Knee-Capping surgery, as the whole joint is not replaced in it, only the edges of the bones are being provided with the metal caps or shields so that they can take the load-off the bones!
Causes of Knee Replacement Surgery/ Arthroplasty
Pain while Walking
Deformity (Abnormal acquired positioning of the joints)
Instability (Joint feels like ‘Giving-way’)
Pain While climbing stairs
Excessive degradation of the bones & the whole Joint
Inability to perform daily actions
Severe Knee Fractures/Injury
Any Condition causing Knee Disability, knee-swelling and stiffness of the joint
How the Procedure is performed?
The Procedure requires a lot of technique and attention.
The Incision is made on the skin and the bone is exposed, the patella (Kneecap) is then rotated and flipped to the other side to ensure a good and proper view of the joint.
The damaged surface of the thigh bone named as femur is sliced off for the proper fixation of the metal cap/lid on it.
The damaged cartilages are also removed to ensure proper functioning.
Then the upper end of the leg bone named as tibia is shaved off as well and the cap is fixed on it and then we move the joint to see that it is working and the knee can move and function properly.
The kneecap (Patella) is also provided with the Patellar button (Polyethylene Lid) if required and a plastic spacer/tray is applied between the upper and the lower bone, that is femur and tibia respectively.
After being sure, that the metal shields are in proper harmony with each other, we fix them with the help of the bone cement and the knee is again tested for proper mobility after which the flaps are closed and stitches or staples are applied.
You will be able to stand on the next day and then walk soon after the surgery.
This gentleman aged 68 years came to our clinic with presentation of pain in both knees with difficulty in walking for more than one year.
He was told to undergo x ray of his knees(standing position) which showed decreased gap within knee joint with cartilage of bones worn off and lying into joint
Diagnosis of osteoarthritis was made and advised to undergo both knee replacement at same time.
Both knee replacement was done followed by physiotherapy and now he is walking pain free.
This lady age 56 years came to our clinic with pain in right knee, difficulty in doing household work, investigations were done and diagnosis of rheumatoid induced arthritis was made.
She underwent right total knee replacement with correction of her deformity and is now able to walk freely without support.
Bilateral Knee and Bilateral Hip Replacement
Mrs Praveen Khosla – Bi Lateral Knee Replacement
Mrs. Savita- Bilateral Knee Replacement
Question 1. How much time will the whole surgery take?
Answer. The TKR surgery will take around 1 hour.
Question 2. When will I be able to stand up after the surgery?
Answer. You will be able to stand with support, the very next day after the surgery.
Question 3. How long does the implant lasts?
Answer. The longevity of the implants should be more than the lifespan of the person undergoing the same. The latest implants last for 15-20 Years and even more.
Question 4. Will I be able to walk and climb stairs?
Answer. Yes, You will be able to walk and climb stairs without difficulty.
Question 5. Till what time will I be hospitalized?
Answer. The stay is around 5 days, though it can vary with patients.
Question 6. Will I need General Anesthesia?
Answer. Regional Anesthesia is preferred. The patient is usually awake.
Question 7. Is the whole process very Painful?
Answer. The new technology, early rehabilitation, new analgesics and other recent measures will make you feel the least pain possible.
Question 8. How long will it take to recover fully?
Answer. Ideally, the patient should start walking on the 2nd post operative day after their dressings but a lot depends on the will power of the patient.
Question 9. Will I need Physiotherapy Treatment?
Answer. Yes, You will receive continuous physiotherapy treatment from our well qualified physiotherapist throughout the whole process, it will last for 3 months.
Question 10. Which activities will be restricted for my whole life?
Answer. With the newer implants, no daily activity will be hampered and you will be able to function fully without even remembering that you have had a replacement surgery. However, some sports activities like jumping will need to be avoided if possible.