Patient Info

There are a lots of myths about undergoing TKR surgery for joint disabilities in our community. Fear of failure of surgery leading to crippling conditions and worsening of the existing situation is topping that list.

Almost all patients have greatly benefitted with the surgery. Some patients who had come with greater expectations have been slightly disappointed with the speed of recovery. None of our patients have become worse

We take pride in announcing that we have a near zero infection rate, and less than 1% of the patients require readmission for subsequent procedures.

Our Surgical team and the Rehabilitation team strive hard round the clock to ensure you receive the best care and recover at the earliest to resume your daily routine without pain or discomfort.

We believe in using the best implants and follow American protocols for Infection control, Thromboembolism determent, Pain control and ensure rapid Rehabilitation.

Cementless femoral stem fixation can cause early loosening in older patients 

Data from a study conducted in Australia and published online in the journal Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research suggest that cementless femoral stem fixation may be associated with a higher early rate of revision compared to cemented fixation in patients aged 75 years or older. The authors reviewed data from the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry to identify the three-cemented and the three cementless femoral stems with the lowest 10-year revision rates. They found that early revision was 9.14 times more common among the three cementless stems compared to the three-cemented stems. After three months postoperative, they found no significant difference in revision rates across cohorts.