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The New Revolution In Orthopedics - PRP Therapy

You might have heard a lot about PRP Therapy lately. The success stories of sports stars who've been brought back

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Move Easily With Total Hip Replacement Surgery

Are you suffering from severe Hip Pain??? Hip Joint Replacement is a Surgical Procedure to Remove Damaged Joint

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Every day and moment we are evolving,according to the patients personnel, medical and surgical needs. Updating our facilities, equipment,medical

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Musculoskeletal system of human body consists of bones, jaws, ligaments, joints, nerves, tendons, and muscles.

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01What is an orthopaedic surgeon?

An orthopaedic surgeon is a person who is trained in all manners to treat musorthopedic-surgeonculoskeletal disorders. Some surgeons practice general orthopedic while some others specialize in specific areas of orthopedic injury.

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02Why would you see an orthopaedic surgeon?

The whole movement of the body is under the control of musculoskeletal system. It includes arm raising, jumping, running,etc. Even a small injury to this system may completely hamper the movement. Injury to this system is usually painful.

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03What are the results of joint replacement?

Joint replacement surgery deals with replacement of injured joint with a new joint. It helps to relieve pain and improve movement. Hips and knees are usually replaced. After the joint replacement surgery, the patient is moved to recovery room for rest.

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04What are the major risks of surgery?

The common major risks with any surgery include:

Risks-of-surgeryReaction to anesthesia, Bleeding, Blood clots, Delay in healing and Infection.

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05Will the surgery be painful?

Prior to surgery, local or general anesthesia is given to the patient. It is mainly injected at the site to be operated. This creates a numb feeling at the affected site. As a result, the person does not experience any form of pain or any other discomfort during surgery.

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