Details of the Patient

  • Patient’s Name: Savita Mandal
  • Patient’s Age: 52
  • Patient’s Gender: female

Symptoms shown by the Patient

  • Severe pain
  • difficulty in walking and bending the right knee

An Overview of the Case

Arthritis means inflammation of one or more of the joints. It can affect any joint in the body, but it is most common in the knee. The most common symptoms of arthritis are pain, swelling, and stiffness.

Knee arthritis can make it difficult to perform routine tasks like walking or climbing stairs. For many people, it is a major source of lost work time and severe impairment.

End-stage arthritis occurs when the articular cartilage is gradually worn away, resulting in bone-on-bone grinding of the joint surface. End-stage arthritis causes pain as well as a loss of function and movement, significantly limiting daily activities.

In the initial stage, medications and physical therapy can help to alleviate the signs and symptoms. However, when it comes to end-stage arthritis, surgical repair is the only option.

If arthritic pain is causing disability and nonsurgical treatment is not working, the orthopaedic surgeon may suggest total knee replacement surgery. The surgeon will remove the damaged cartilage and bone and replace them with new metal or plastic joint surfaces to restore knee function.

An Overview of the Case

Mrs. Savita Mandal had end-stage arthritis in her right knee, making it difficult to walk and even bend her knee. Under Dr. Sandeep Singh, one of the best bone doctor in Bhubaneswar and team, she underwent a total knee replacement surgery. Within four hours after the surgery, she resumed walking normally and continued living a pain-free life.

Treatment Provided to the Patient

  • Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Medical Tests Performed

  • Right knee X-ray

Feedback from the Patient

Savita and her son are thankful to Dr. Sandeep Singh and the team at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar, for restoring her mobility in such a short period.

Relevant Questions

Q. My doctor had advised me to get orthopedic surgery back in January, but due to work from home and pandemic i kept putting it on hold, is it risky?


You should have orthopedic surgery at the earliest after you got advised by the doctor otherwise you may feel some mobility issues.


Q. Long shifts at office is causing me a lot of pain all over my body, any tips to manage/reduce/prevent body pain?


Try gentle stretching to aid with muscle tightness, Massage the muscles, Rest, Ice can aid in the reduction of inflammation, Heat will aid in the increase of blood flow to your muscles, Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, are available over-the-counter (OTC) (brand name: Advil) these can help you relieve back pain.

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