Neelam V.Ramana Reddy | Best Orthopedic Doctor in Hyderabad | Joint Replacement Surgeon
Fast track knee replacement

FTKR a New Alternative to Total Knee Replacement

In an attempt to reduce the post-operative trauma in a knee replacement surgery, a team of doctors headed by Neelam Ramana Reddy, joint replacement surgeon at star hospitals, has performed a fast track knee replacement (FTKR) surgery, a comprehensive and convenient alternative to the conventional procedure.

According to Dr Reddy, FTKR is an evidence-based procedure with maximum outcome for patients suffering from severe degeneration of the knee joint who require total knee replacement. “it is a minimally invasive surgery that requires 8 to 12 inches leading to significant disruption of the muscles and tendons,” he said, further adding, “it is a giant leap forward in total knee replacement.

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Travel to India for Your Joint Replacement Surgery

In India a number of orthopedic procedures are available such as hip and knee joint replacement, the Illizarov technique, limb lengthening, Birmingham Hip resurfacing technique (which scores over conventional hip joint replacement surgery and is still unavailable even in the US) etc. 
Many hospitals in India specialize in latest techniques and treatments such as minimal invasive surgery, cartilage and bone transplantation, spine surgery and limb sparing surgery. All kinds of muscular- skeletal problems ranging from Arthritis to sports injuries, to complex broken bones, bone tumors and childhood conditions like scoliosis are treated most effectively in India at costs much lower than in USA and UK.

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Life with pain or life

Life with pain or life – The choice is yours.

A long time ago man used to succumb to all the natural suffering that he was exposed to, if he burnt in fever he had no other choice, if his joints gave away a bit early, he would be bedridden. But now medical field has advanced in leaps and bounds and relief for almost all kind of suffering is now available to us. It is now our choice.

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New Developments in Joint Replacements

New, Exciting Techniques Delay Aging

As people live longer, there will inevitably be an increased need for joint replacements One of the major problems encountered by doctors is the fact that, although they have been able to replace joints for a number of years,they have been unable to replace worn-out or damaged cartilage. In fact, if this problem were solved it would enable surgeons to delay joint replacement for a number of years.

According to the BBC, the University College London has been growing cartilage stem cells. In this technique cells are harvested from the patient, grown in a lab and then transplanted back into the patient after joint replacement or to avoid this surgery for as long as possible. Using the patient’s own cells circumvents the need for patients to take immune-suppressant drugs for the rest of their lives. Cells grown from the patient’s own cells also contained higher levels of collagen, the protein constituent of cartilage.

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Joint replacement surgery

5 basic points on joint replacement surgeries

The bigger and a little more painful change with respect to ageing is the pain from wear and tear of muscles, bones and joints. Joints can be damaged by arthritis and other diseases, injuries, or other causes. Arthritis is the result of simply years of use of all limb joints which causes slow wearing of these joints thus causing pain, stiffness, and swelling. This subsequently leads to painful movement of the limbs hampering the ability to carry on a normal life. These kinds of degenerative diseases damages joints thus limiting blood flow, and thereby causing problems. 

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