Knee Replacement

A total knee replacement (TKR) or total knee arthroplasty is an operation to replace a knee joint that is affected by arthritis. Total Knee Replacement surgery replaces the arthritic knee joint with highly specialised metal and special poly implants. The artificial knee joint is made from a surgical-grade metal alloy with a special wear resistant special poly insert. Total Knee Replacement is one of the most successful operations available today with over 90% still functioning well at 15 years. Prior to surgery you will usually have tried some conservative treatments such as simple analgesics, weight loss, anti-inflammatory medications, modification of your activities, walking aids, or physical therapy. When these measures have failed it is time to consider surgery.


Who is suitable for Knee Replacement?


Knee Replacement Procedure

The procedure is designed to be performed with minimal local trauma


Post-Operative Protocol

Patient is able to walk within 48 hours with the help of walker. Discharge from hospital within 5 days. Walk without support in 3 weeks.

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