Centre for Sports Medicine & Joint and Bone — Sarvodaya Hospital

Centre for Bone & Joint and Sports Medicine

Excellence in patient care, treatment, and patient well-being is your goal of this Department of Orthopedics at Sarvodaya. The Department of Orthopedic Surgery provides a comprehensive and integrated program for patients.

Manned by an highly qualified orthopedic doctor in physiotherapist and faridabad, the department is known for the quality of its solutions. It has established itself as a center of treatment for all kinds of non-traumatic and stabbing orthopedics problems. It has begun specialty clinics in the area of orthopedic, joint replacement, orthopedic oncology, arthroscopy and spine.

The Centre offers connected and well-equipped Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy units.

The section offers comprehensive services for patients on standard treatment or to get pre-operative care, intra-operative care, postoperative care and follow up care of facility of Indoor and ICU.

The section has backup of imaging and lab solutions. Imaging services includes X-ray and CT scan, MRI, DEXA SCAN, Nerve testing (NCV)

Medical Procedures:

Total Knee Replacement

A whole knee replacement is a surgical procedure. The knee is a joint that offers motion at the point where the thigh meets the lower leg. During a whole knee replacement, the conclusion of the femur bone is removed and replaced with a metallic shell. The end of this lower leg bone (tibia) can be eliminated and replaced with a channeled plastic bit with a metallic stem.

  • COMPUTER NAVIGATION:- Sarvodaya is equipped with painless latest navigation system to have precision in enhancement alignment.
  • KINEMATIC ALLINGMENT:-With fresh methods of kinematic orientation bone cuts will be minimized and ligament are preserved. .
  • MUSCLE SPARING: within this method muscles before knee are not knee and cut is vulnerable keeping muscle fully intact by carrying it to one side. Result of TKR are reassuring although it is technically demanding. Requirement for physiotherapy is diminished and muscular functions are restored.
  • HIGH FLEX KNEE:-Majority of patient undergoing TKR at Sarvodaya are implanted high flex knee that could assist the patient in bending crossed-legged and squatting. Aged can worship in Mandir, Gurudwara in way.
  • LIGAMENT SPARING TKR (CR):- We use ligament sparing methods to have optimum use of knee after TKR. Cruciate keeping (CR) knee provide much better function of knee. Both cruciate lig sparing (XR) Knee are knee that when imported in India will be providing nearly normal knee function.
  • NO SUTURE REMOVAL:- Once knee replacement self indulgent suture are patient and applied are not requested for suture & basic removal. Also knee that is cosmetically looks better.
  • MINIMAL PAIN FOLLOWING TKR:- To Reduce pain after surgery, we use patient controlled analgesia(PCA) with Baxter Epidural pump, Buvalor skin patches and physiotheraphy to minimise the requirement of narcotics. Knee replacement surgery that is virtually becomes painless.

Patient is made to walk next day after surgery and functional after one month of surgery.

Total Hip Replacement

A whole hip replacement is a surgical procedure where the diseased cartilage and bone of the hip joint is surgically replaced with artificial materials. The normal hip joint is a ball and socket joint. The socket is a “cup-shaped” component of the pelvis called the acetabulum. The ball is the head of the thighbone (femur). Total hip joint replacement involves surgical removal of the rectal ball and socket and replacing them with a metal (or porcelain) ball and stem inserted into the femur bone and an artificial (or porcelain) cup socket. The metallic synthetic stem and ball are known as the “femoral prosthesis” and also the plastic cup socket will be your “acetabular prosthesis.” Upon adding the prosthesis to the central center of the femur, it is fixed with a bony cement called methylmethacrylate. Alternatively, a “cementless” prosthesis is found which contains microscopic pores that allow bony ingrowth in the normal femur to the prosthesis stem cells. This “cementless” hip is believed to have a longer duration and is regarded as particularly for younger patients. Total hip replacement is known as total hip arthroplasty.

Who is a candidate for total hip replacement?

The progressively intense chronic pain, as well as impairment of daily function such as , climbing stairs, as well as arising from a sitting position, eventually become grounds to think about a whole hip replacement. Since replaced hip joints may fail with time, if to perform total hip replacement are not easy decisions, particularly in younger patients. Replacement is usually regarded after becomes so intense that it impedes normal function despite usage of anti-inflammatory and/or medications. A whole hip joint replacement is usually an optional procedure, which means that it is an option chosen among other options and may be scheduled on a regular basis. It is a choice that is made with the understanding of advantages and the dangers. A comprehensive comprehension of the procedure and expected outcome is an important part of the decision-making process with the orthopedic surgeon.

The section is armed with a dedicated practice for treating sports-related injuries with all the emphasis on core strengthening, and thereby assisting the sportspersons to quickly recover their peak performance.

What’s arthroscopy?

The arthroscope is a fiber optic instrument which may be put through a small incision into the shoulder joint. There is A camera connected to a TV screen, and images could be taken. The arthroscope allows a complete evaluation such as the joint liner, the rotator cuff, the tendon, the ligaments, and also the cartilage surface. Little instruments which range from 3-5millimeters in size are inserted through an extra incision in order that any injuries can be identified, and also damaged tissue could be repaired,rebuilt, or removed.Before that the evolution of arthroscopy, large incisions needed to be made within the knee joint to treat or diagnose injuries. The arthroscopic techniques of today permit more complete evaluations of this whilst.

KNEE ARTHROSCOPY

What Is Knee Arthroscopy?

Knee arthroscopy is. During the procedure, your surgeon will create an extremely small incision and then add a very small camera known as an arthroscope. This makes it possible for them to view the inside of the joint onto a screen. The surgeon may then explore a problem with the knee and correct the issue using instruments within the arthroscope.

Arthroscopy diagnoses a number of knee difficulties, such as a torn meniscus or a misaligned patella (kneecap). It may also repair the ligaments of the joint. There are restricted risks to this procedure and the outlook is excellent for most patients.

Why Do I Want Knee Arthroscopy?

Surgery may diagnose and treat knee injuries, such as:

  • Torn anterior or posterior cruciate ligaments
  • torn meniscus (the cartilage between the bones in the knee)
  • patella that is from place
  • bits of torn cartilage which are loose at the joint
  • removal of a Baker’s cyst
  • fractures in the knee bones
  • swollen synovium (the liner in the joint)

What Happens During a Knee Arthroscopy?

You will be given an anesthetic prior to your knee arthroscopy by your health care provider. This may be:

  • Neighborhood (numbs your knee only)
  • regional (numbs you from the waist down)
  • overall (puts you completely to sleep)

If you’re awake, you might have the ability to see the procedure on a monitor.

The surgeon will begin by making a few small incisions, or cuts. Sterile salt, or saline, will then pump in to enlarge your knee. This also makes it much easier for the surgeon to see inside the joint. The arthroscope enters among the cuts and the surgeon may appear around on your joint working with the camera that is connected. The images made by the camera on the screen in the area can be seen by the surgeon.

When the surgeon finds the problem on your knee, they may then insert small tools to the incisions to correct the matter. After the surgery, the saline drains and then closes your cuts with stitches .

Shoulder Arthroascopy

What kinds of procedures can be carried out with the arthroscope?

Arthroscopy allows the surgeon execute various surgeries and also to observe the inside of the shoulder joint. These operations include:

  • A complete evaluation of this joint (diagnostic arthroscopy)
  • Retrieval of torn or damaged ligaments or cartilage of the shoulder (in most instances of shoulder instability)
  • Fix of a ripped or damaged biceps tendon (in cases of shoulder tendonitis or SLAP tears)
  • Assessment and repair of the rotator cuff (in most instances of rotator cuff tendonitis or tears)
  • elimination of the conclusion of the clavicle (in most instances of arthritis or pain of the acromioclavicular (AC) joint)

What are some of the probable complications of surgery?

Possible complications of shoulder arthroscopy contain

  • Stiffness of the shoulder after surgery or continuing pain. The use of arthroscopic techniques attempts to restrict these complications. Complications include bleeding, a infection, nerve damage, or problems with the anesthesia.

The chance of any complication after surgery is extremely low.

What kind of anesthesia is used?

A combination of regional anesthesia and general anesthesia is used. The anesthesiologist will inject any novocaine round their shoulder’s nerves. The arm consists of also helps control your pain after surgery. Additionally, you go to sleep (general anesthesia) to help keep you comfortable during surgery.

What do I need to do to get ready for surgery?

Our staff can help to set the surgery up through your insurance company and will teach you. Before your surgery, you might be requested to find several medical evaluations, done on an outpatient basis. Most patients need a urinalysis and some small blood tests. Some patients need to see an internist or their family doctor to receive compensation to get surgery.The night prior to the surgery, a part of our team will contact you about exactly what time to arrive for surgery. You might not drink or eat anything after midnight the night prior to your surgery.

How long can I be in the hospital?

All patients have the ability to have surgery and go home the identical day or day of surgery.

Post-operative period:
Diet: Resume your regular diet as soon as tolerated. Before progressing to solid food it is ideal to start with clear liquids.
Medication: You will be given a prescription for pain medicine.
Bandage: You will have a thick vanity on the shoulder. You will be educated usually.
Showering: You can shower after your grooming is removed, after 2–3
days. You can’t take a bath until the wounds are entirely
sealed, usually 2 weeks after surgery.
Sling: You will have a sling after surgery. How long you utilize the
sling will be based on the procedure done. It is possible to
remove it for dressing and physical therapy.
Ice: You may get an ice machine that constantly surrounds
your shoulder with cold water. If not, you might use ice within
the dressings for 30 minutes each hour for several days. Can
not use heat.
Suture removal: Your stitches will be removed at your office visit 10 times
after surgery.
Follow-up office trip: You will be educated on when to follow-up in the office. This is usually 7-10 days after surgery.
Exercise:You will be educated on exercises you can perform immediately
after surgery. You will start physical therapy after surgery within 2weeks.

Exactly what will rehabilitation involve?

The rehabilitation is based on several goals: 1) allowing the tissue to heal; 2) regaining motion; 3) regaining power; and 4) return to sports. The specific rehabilitation protocol for your physical therapist will be based on the procedurealso will be assessed after surgery.

When can I return to sports?

Your return to sports will be based on the area of harm and the procedure performed to your shoulder. Generally speaking, you will be allowed to return to sports 3 to 6 weeks after surgery. You should have durability, movement, and control of your shoulder and arm. How quickly you return to sports is dependent upon several factors, such as: 1) your own rate of recovery; 2) the harm found at surgery; 3) if you have some complications; 4) how well you adhere to the postoperative directions; 5) how hard you work in rehabilitation.

Reconstructive hand surgery: We have delivered a brand new super speciality of hand in the department of orthopedics staffed by highly competent and trained orthopedic surgeon. Limb surgery that was re-implantation and hand trauma is done in this center with superior outcome.

The current innovations in Orthopedic surgery such as

  • Surface replacement arthroplasty
  • Revision knee and hip replacements
  • Minimally invasive spine surgery
  • Limb reimplantation
  • Arthroscopic PCL and shoulder surgery are being practiced with outstanding outcomes.

The Orthopedic OPD provides consultation such as comprehensive care for patients for all major and minor orthopedic cases.

  • Arthroscopy & sports medicine
  • Pediatric orthopedics
  • Musculoskeletal Oncology
  • Treatment of Limb deformities
  • Remedy of complex trauma & Industrial injuries
  • Well Equipped world-class orthopedic performance theatres with HEPA filters & Laminar Flow
  • Highly skilled ,qualified and experienced Orthopedic doctor in Faridabad
  • Well equipped ICU for post — operative care
  • Great copy of physiotherapy solutions
  • Digital X Ray, CT scanning