Dr. Rajeev Verma, HOD - Joint Replacement Orthopedics & Sports Injury at Manipal Hospitals Delhi, speaks about common symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency, that can help individuals identify the same and identifies the remedies for overcoming the deficiency of this important vitamin. Watch the video to know more. Book an appointment with our specialists today. Call 011 4967 4967 or click here - https://bit.ly/MHNewDelhi
Dr. Rajeev Verma, HOD - Joint Replacement Orthopedics & Sports Injury at Manipal Hospitals Delhi, speaks about the different types of sports injuries that one can suffer from, and the various treatments undertaken to help a patient recover. Dr. Verma also discusses injuries to joints, ligaments, and tendons, and speaks about the treatment and recovery time for such injuries. Watch the video to know more. Book an appointment with our specialists today. Call 011 4967 4967 or click here - https://bit.ly/MHNewDelhi
Dr. Rajeev Verma, HOD - Joint Replacement Orthopedics & Sports Injury at Manipal Hospitals Delhi, speaks about Hip Replacement Surgery, and the reduced recovery time due to modern techniques implemented by his team at Manipal Hospitals Delhi. Watch the video to know more. Book an appointment with our specialists today. Call 011 4967 4967 or click here - https://bit.ly/MHNewDelhi
Watch Dr. Rajeev Verma, HOD- Joint Replacement Orthopedics & Sports Injury at Manipal Hospitals, Delhi, speak about Knee Replacement, its different kinds, and about Revision Knee Replacement.
Ravindra Aggarwal talks about his successful Knee Replacement Surgery by Dr. Rajeev Verma (Head- Department of Joint Replacement and Orthopaedics) and his team at Manipal Hospitals, Delhi. He expresses his gratitude towards the doctor, the physiotherapy team, and the entire hospital staff who were all there to ensure his healthy and fast recovery.
Cardiac surgeries are mostly performed by the process of sternotomy. It involves splitting the entire breastbone. Now with innovation and advancement in medical sciences, minimally invasive surgery (also called keyhole surgery) is being practised. To reach the heart between the ribs, this advanced surgery involves making small incisions in the right side of your chest, instead of cutting through the breastbone, as is done in heart surgery. It leaves your breastbone intact, so you heal faster and recover faster.
Among the other organs in and around the stomach, you'll find the pancreas; comparatively small but mighty in its tasks. In our body, the pancreas is found at the back of the stomach, right next to the small intestine.
The surgical procedure carried out to provide relief from pain and disability by replacing the weight-bearing surfaces of the knee joint is called knee replacement surgery. Knee replacement surgery is mostly carried out to treat osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriatic arthritis. However, knee replacement surgery is not the primary or key solution to treat pain related to the knee joint. There are many alternatives or less invasive ways to knee replacement surgery.
What is hip replacement surgery? The surgery carried out to replace a worn-out or damaged hip joint is called Hip replacement surgery. During the surgery, a surgeon removes the damaged portions of the hip joint and replaces them with artificial joint (prosthesis) leading to pain relief and functional recovery of the hips. How do you know if you need a Hip Replacement Surgery? A hip replacement surgery is required if If you are suffering from osteoarthritis, osteonecrosis or arthritis, and your symptoms remain uncontrolled despite lifestyle changes and medications You suffered a severe hip fracture Hip replacement surgery can also be considered as a treatment option if you have any of the following: Unbearable hip pain even after taking medication. Your hip pain gives you sleepless nights If you find it difficult to do daily activities like bending, sitting and standing up What are the different types of hip replacement? The different types of hip replacement surgery are: Total hip replacement (most common) Partial hip replacement (Also called hemiarthroplasty.) Hip resurfacing (Commonly carried out in young patients) The total hip replacement surgery also known as total hip arthroplasty is the most common type of surgery. In this surgery, implants are used to replace worn-out or damaged sections of the hip. Partial hip replacement which is also called hemiarthroplasty is mainly carried out in older patients who have fractured hips due to injury. Hip implants that are used in surgery help in mimicking the natural function of hips. They are made up of polyethene (plastic), metal, ceramic or a combination of the materials. Some of the types of hip implants are: Metal-on-Polyethylene (MoP) Metal-on-Metal (MoM) Ceramic-on-Polyethylene (CoP) Ceramic-on-Ceramic (CoC) How long does the Hip Replacement Surgery take? The duration to complete a Total hip replacement surgery takes about one and a half hours. The patient will be transferred to a treatment room following surgery for a couple of hours as the anaesthesia wears off. The blood pressure, heartbeat, alertness, level of pain or relaxation, and the need for treatment will be checked by medical personnel. The patient has to stay in the hospital for a day or two after completion of the surgery. What is the recovery time? After the surgery, within 6 weeks most people will be able to resume their daily activities. Patients can restart their daily habits within 12 weeks of surgery, such as morning and evening walks, swimming, or playing sports. How long do these implants last? The lifetime or longevity of an implant depends upon the following factors: The physical condition of the patient Weight of the patient Accuracy of placement during surgery In general, studies have shown that almost 80% of hip replacements last for at least 15 years, and more than 70% last for 20 years. However, the result may differ from individual to individual depending upon the above factors.