Knee Replacement in Bhubaneswar

Do you have problems while walking and climbing stairs?

Are you suffering from osteoarthritis?

If yes, then knee replacement can be the right treatment for you.

Knee pain is a common issue among people between 50 to 80 years. For some, the pain is so severe that it hinders their day-to-day life. But now, there are options available like knee replacement that can help you lead an active life.

Dr. Sandeep Singh is one of the finest and highly experienced and one of the top orthopedic doctor in Bhubaneswar for knee replacement. He is an expert in joint replacement surgery, having a special interest in robotic arthroplasty.

Below we have provided complete information about knee replacement surgery.


Let’s start with What is a total knee replacement?

Total knee replacement is a complex procedure wherein the diseased knee joint is replaced with an artificial joint called a prosthesis.

Annually, lakhs of people in India undergo this procedure to relieve pain and restore functionality in the diseased knee joint.

To determine whether you are the right candidate for knee replacement in Bhubaneswar, Dr. Sandeep Singh, Knee Replacement Doctor in Bhubaneswar will examine you and assess your knee’s range of motion, strength, and stability.

Depending on the extent of damage, weight, age, activity level, knee size, and shape, he will choose the knee replacement prostheses accordingly. Everybody with knee pain does not need knee replacement surgery. Let’s find out who may require this procedure.

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Reason for knee replacement

If you have osteoarthritis, you will almost certainly require knee replacement surgery. This disorder causes the cartilage in your joints to break down, limiting your movement and causing pain.

Everyday tasks like bending your legs, walking, and climbing stairs become more challenging. Because your knees are unstable, they may bulge or give way.

The other reasons for knee replacement are:

  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Knee injury
  • Fractures
  • Torn cartilage or ligaments

Dr. Sandeep Singh may recommend knee replacement surgery if the damage to your knee is irreversible and other medical treatments are not helpful.

Arbind Mudra's Knee Replacement Surgery Success Story

Watch the inspiring story of Arbind Mudra, a 70-year-old patient who underwent knee replacement surgery in bhubaneswar performed by the esteemed Dr. Sandeep Singh. In this video, Arbind Mudra’s son, who is also a doctor, shares their incredible journey and the rapid recovery his father experienced.

Knee replacement procedure

Before the surgery, you will be given either general or spinal anaesthesia. During the procedure, Dr. Sandeep Singh will remove the diseased cartilage and the diseased bone from where the thigh bone and shin bone meet the knee joint.

He will replace this with a metal implant after preparing the joint surfaces. Before closing the incision, he will ensure it is functioning correctly by bending and rotating your knee.

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After surgery

You will have to stay in the hospital for around 2-3 days after your total knee replacement in Bhubaneswar. Dr Sandeep Singh will prescribe medications to help control pain and will monitor you for complications.

On the same day after your operation, you will be asked to move your foot and ankle to prevent swelling and blood clots.

A physical therapist will help you with the following:

  • Standing and walking. At our hospital, we encourage the patient to walk 4 hours after a knee replacement surgery.
  • Occupational and physical therapy to help adapt you to your new knee.

You will have to continue with the exercise at home and gradually increase your activity level. Exercise will help strengthen your knee and speed up healing.
Further, you will have to follow the doctor’s instructions carefully regarding wound care, diet, and follow-up.

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Risks associated with Knee replacement

Like any other surgery, knee replacement surgery also carries risks, which include:

  • Blood clots
  • Infection
  • Nerve damage
  • Stroke
  • Heart attack

You will have to look out for signs of infections and immediately notify us if you notice any of these:

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Drainage from the surgical site
  • Increase in swelling, tenderness, redness, and pain in the knee

Now you surely must be wondering about the recovery process after your total knee replacement in Bhubaneswar.

Recovery after knee replacement

Everyone recovers differently, and mostly after three to six weeks after surgery, you can resume your daily activities such as light housekeeping.

You can start driving after four weeks if you have enough muscle control to operate the brakes and accelerator.

After recovery, you can resume low-impact activities such as walking, biking or swimming.

However, it would be best to avoid higher impact activities such as jogging, tennis, and sports that involve jumping or contact.

Got Some Questions

How Will My Artificial Knee Stay In Place?

There are two ways in which the components are attached to the bone. Use of bone cement which sets in about 10 minutes Cement-free approach wherein the components have a porous coating that allows the bone to grow onto it.

Is There A Lot Of Pain After Total Knee Replacement?

There will definitely be some pain after surgery, but Dr. Sandeep Singh, will give you medications to manage it. Following his instructions and undergoing physical therapy will help you achieve the best possible result.

What Are The Different Surgical Techniques For Total Knee Replacement In Bhubaneswar?

There are different surgical techniques for total knee replacement, and Dr. Sandeep Singh is an expert in robotic-assisted surgery, minimally invasive surgery, and conventional open surgery.

How Long Will My New Knee Last?

Daily use can wear out the implant, mostly due to high-impact activities and excessive weight. If this happens, you might need a second knee replacement. However, according to research, 82% of replaced knees are still functioning after 25 years.

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