Hip Replacement

Restoring Mobility: Pioneering Hip Replacement at IBS Hospital

Experience renewed freedom and vitality with IBS Hospital’s exceptional hip replacement treatment. Our expert team merges state-of- the-art techniques and compassionate care to provide tailored solutions that enhance your quality of life. Discover a path to enhanced mobility and comfort, exclusively at IBS Hospital.

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What is Hip Replacement?

Hip Replacement is a surgical intervention aimed at addressing hip joint deterioration. The procedure entails substituting deteriorated or impaired hip joint elements with artificial prosthetic components, closely resembling the original joint structure. Typically recommended for patients with unmanageable pain and unresponsive symptoms, the procedure involves meticulously removing the damaged joint, reshaping the acetabulum and femora ends, and subsequently securing the prosthetic component using medicinal cement.

What are the distinct types of Hip Replacement procedures?

Hip Replacement procedures encompass the following categories:

  • Total Hip Replacement involves the replacement of both the femoral head and the socket.
  • Partial Hip Replacement entails the replacement of only the femoral head (ball), while preserving the socket.
  • Revision Hip Replacement is conductedfor patients with prior unsuccessful Hip Replacement procedures.
What conditions typically prompt the recommendation for Hip Replacement Surgery ?

Hip Replacement Surgery is often suggested as a highly effective intervention for addressing various medical conditions:

  • Joint damage, confirmed through comprehensive imaging studies
  • Hip pain ranging from moderate to severe intensity
  • Progressive and worsening hip pain over time
  • Aggravation of hip pain during engagement in physical activities
  • Diminished functional capacity that hampers the patient’s overall life quality
  • These symptomatic manifestations often stem from the natural wear and tear associated with aging, degenerative joint disorders, or prior injuries
What are the key benefits associated with Hip Replacement Surgery?

Hip Replacement offers a range of noteworthy advantages, including:

  • Substantial relief from persistent pain and discomfort
  • Considerable enhancement in joint function and mobility
  • Reduction in the need for medication dependence
  • Significant improvement in overall quality of life
  • Substantially increased mobility and an expanded range of motion in the affected hip joint
What can I foresee if I require Hip Replacement Surgery?

Before the Surgery:

  •  A comprehensive medical evaluation will aid doctors in tailoring the optimal treatment plan.• You’ll receive a procedure briefing and necessary preparation instructions.
  •  It’s crucial to disclose your medication history for potential adjustments.

On the Day of Surgery:

  •  Upon hospital check-in, an assigned nurse will guide and support you.
  •  Your surgical team and staff will be introduced.
  •  Surgery, conducted under anaesthesia, typically lasts one to two hours, varying with damage extent.

Recuperation in the Hospital:

  • After surgery, patients move to an observation room for consciousness recovery.
  • Post-operative care and observation prevent complications, ensuring smooth recovery.
  • Address pain and discomfort with prescribed medication.
  • Discharge within one to two days based on prognosis.
  • Immediate physiotherapy starts for swift,recovery and clot prevention.
  • Personalized discharge plans encompass medication and more.

Recuperation at Home:

  •  Guidelines covering medication, activity levels, wound care, and diet provided.
  •  Essential follow-ups scheduled for recovery assessment.

Follow-up Care:

  • Maintain contact with your doctor for a smooth recovery journey.
  • Regular follow-ups aid doctors in tracking your progress and prognosis.

IBS Hospital Empowers Your Treatment with Cutting-edge Technology

We continuously incorporate cutting-edge technologies from around the world into our offerings, such as a surgical system that allows for precise and confident complex procedures. We use magnetic stimulation to treat certain neurological conditions and create personalised brain maps for tailored treatment plans. Nerve monitoring during surgeries ensures the nervous system is not compromised, and a robotic exoskeleton aids in mobility issues. Our goal at IBS Hospital is to provide the best care possible, utilising the latest and most innovative technologies available.

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