Knee pain caused by arthritis can severely affect your ability to lead a full and active life. Total knee replacement is a procedure to replace the diseased (arthritic) parts of the joint with artificial joint components (usually the surfaces of the ends of the bones). Artificial knee replacement surgery is becoming an increasingly common way of treating the condition in older people.

The main reason for replacing any arthritic joint with an artificial joint is to stop the bones from rubbing against each other and causing pain. Replacing the painful arthritic joint with an artificial joint gives the bones new surfaces, which move smoothly without causing pain. The goal is to help you return to your normal activities with less pain and greater freedom of movement.

Do I need a Joint Replacement Surgery?

If you’re suffering from pain and loss of function in your knees, we have the resources you need to learn more about symptoms, non-surgical treatments, joint surgery options, total joint replacement (TJR), and recovery.

What is Fasttrack Knee Replacement Surgery?

Patient can be able to walk within 3-4 hours* after Knee replacement Surgery.

How long will I be in the hospital after total knee replacement surgery?

The length of time spent in the hospital varies from patient to patient. Average length of stay for a total knee replacement is 2 to 3 days.

Fasttrack Knee Replacement Surgery Cost and Package details?

Total Knee Replacement Package, it’s cost you approximately 2 lacs – 3 lacs per single leg depends on the type of knee implant or knee material chosen by the you like imported implant, ceramic, oxinium, golden knee.

TKR Package includes:

1) Total Knee Implant Cost

2) Operation Theatre charges

3) Room Charges

4) Food for the Patient

5) Doctors fees

6) Ortho-Physiotherapy Fees for 3 Days

7) Medicine charges for 3 Days

What is the recovery time for Total Knee Replacement Surgery?

Everyone heals from total knee replacement surgery at a different pace. In most cases, however, you will likely use a walker or crutches for 2 to 4 weeks after your operation. You will then advance to a cane and wean to no assistive device at all. You will gradually return to normal function without any assistive devices. In general, most patients are close to full recovery after 2 months.

When do my stitches or staples come out after total knee replacement surgery?

Your surgeon may close your wound in a variety of ways.

If you have staples, they should be removed 2 weeks post-operatively. This will be done by a visiting nurse, home physical therapist, or at a rehabilitation facility if you are not at home.

If you have stitches, they are absorbable and do not need to be removed. The steri-strips that have been applied can be kept in place until they fall off on their own. They will help keep the skin edges together. If they have not fallen off by 2 weeks, it is OK to peel them off. Some wounds have a tail of suture that is visible at each end of the incision. You may trim this level with the skin at 2 weeks.

Do I need physical therapy after total knee replacement surgery?

Yes! The physical therapist plays a very important role in your recovery. You will see a physical therapist soon after your operation and throughout your stay at the hospital. If you go home, you will likely have a therapist come to visit you (usually 2-3 times a week). Sometimes, you will be referred to an outpatient physical therapist. If you go to a rehabilitation hospital, you will receive therapy there. Your therapist will help you walk, regain motion, build strength, and reach your post-operative goals. Your therapist will keep your surgeon informed of your progress.