Everything About Robotic Total Knee Replacement and its Treatment

A robotic knee replacement is similar to a standard knee replacement in that it replaces the knee joint. Damaged tissue in your knee is removed and replaced with an artificial joint by your surgeon. The only difference is that it's made with the help of a robotic arm.

What Endoscopic Lumbar Fusion ?

A common Endoscopic fusion is the transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) Using this technique, the surgeon approaches the spine a little bit from the side, which reduces how much of the spinal nerve must be moved.

What Endoscopic Lumbar Fusion ?

A common Endoscopic fusion is the transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) Using this technique, the surgeon approaches the spine a little bit from the side, which reduces how much of the spinal nerve must be moved.

Recovery Rate

Minimally invasive spine procedures will shorten hospital stays or even enable the surgery to be performed on a daycare surgery. The exact time needed in the hospital will vary with the individual procedure, but in general: • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery patients go home same day or in 1 to 2 days. • Most patients having open spine surgery stay in the hospital for 3 to 5 days. Because minimally invasive techniques do not disrupt muscles and soft tissues, it is believed that postoperative pain is less than pain after open procedures. To help regain strength and speed the recovery, your doctor may recommend physiotherapy. This will depend on the procedure and your general physical condition. Specific exercises will help you become strong enough to return to work and daily activities. If you have had a fusion procedure, it may be several months before the bone solidifies. Your comfort level, however, will often improve much faster. During this healing time, the fused spine must be kept in proper alignment. You will be taught how to move properly, reposition, sit, stand, and walk. The time it takes to return to your daily activities after Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery depends upon your individual procedure and condition. Your doctor will evaluate you after your surgery to make sure that your recovery is progressing as expected.

Recovery Rate

Minimally invasive spine procedures will shorten hospital stays or even enable the surgery to be performed on a daycare surgery. The exact time needed in the hospital will vary with the individual procedure, but in general: • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery patients go home same day or in 1 to 2 days. • Most patients having open spine surgery stay in the hospital for 3 to 5 days. Because minimally invasive techniques do not disrupt muscles and soft tissues, it is believed that postoperative pain is less than pain after open procedures. To help regain strength and speed the recovery, your doctor may recommend physiotherapy. This will depend on the procedure and your general physical condition. Specific exercises will help you become strong enough to return to work and daily activities. If you have had a fusion procedure, it may be several months before the bone solidifies. Your comfort level, however, will often improve much faster. During this healing time, the fused spine must be kept in proper alignment. You will be taught how to move properly, reposition, sit, stand, and walk. The time it takes to return to your daily activities after Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery depends upon your individual procedure and condition. Your doctor will evaluate you after your surgery to make sure that your recovery is progressing as expected.

Causes

  • Spinal fractures or external injuries

  • Metastatic tumors in the spine

  • Dystrophic Disc Disease

  • Congenital spinal cord abnormalities

  • Scoliosis

  • Spondylolisthesis problems led the connective tissues

  • shoddy lifting methods

Symptoms

  • Back pain that gets worse when lifting things, bending, or straightening the spine
  • A sensation of being locked in while doing a bodily action, such getting out of a chair
  • spasms of muscles
  • Legs and buttocks pain that typically only affects one side of the body may radiate down.
  • Arms and lower extremities that are numb
  • After extended sitting or standing, the symptoms could worsen.
    Pain can also be brought on by laughing, coughing, or sneezing.

Causes

  • Spinal fractures or external injuries

  • Metastatic tumors in the spine

  • Dystrophic Disc Disease

  • Congenital spinal cord abnormalities

  • Scoliosis

  • Spondylolisthesis problems led the connective tissues

  • shoddy lifting methods

Symptoms

  • Back pain that gets worse when lifting things, bending, or straightening the spine
  • A sensation of being locked in while doing a bodily action, such getting out of a chair
  • spasms of muscles
  • Legs and buttocks pain that typically only affects one side of the body may radiate down.
  • Arms and lower extremities that are numb
  • After extended sitting or standing, the symptoms could worsen.
    Pain can also be brought on by laughing, coughing, or sneezing.

Diagnosis

Diagnosis

Risks & Complications

Advantages of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Advantages of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Risks & Complications

When to consult a doctor ?

In the following three conditions, you should consider immediate medical help:

About symptoms: One of your legs may experience tingling, pain, or weakness as a result of the condition.

 
 
 

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When to consult a doctor ?

In the following three conditions, you should consider immediate medical help:

About symptoms: One of your legs may experience tingling, pain, or weakness as a result of the condition.

Our Specialist

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Insurance coverage

Insurance does cover the cost of the surgical procedure for a hysterectomy performed due to adenomyosis because it is on the list of procedures that are "medically required." The cost capping, however, may change from instance to case. Please get your healthcare or insurance company to validate this.

Insurance coverage

Insurance does cover the cost of the surgical procedure for a hysterectomy performed due to adenomyosis because it is on the list of procedures that are "medically required." The cost capping, however, may change from instance to case. Please get your healthcare or insurance company to validate this.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • Facts and figures around robotic hip replacement

    Why choose Aasra for robotic knee replacement treatment?

    AASRA Hospital has the state of the art technology for performing joint replacement surgeries i,e MAKO Robitic joint replacement technology.
    There is less post operative pain, reduced hospital stay ,patient can walk early and early recovery .

    How to book appointment for aasra

    Booking an appointment with a Aasra  Orthopedician is easy. 

    Simply give us a call directly or complete our online appointment booking form. The only four questions it would ask you are “Your name,” “Contact,” and “tell us a little more about yourself.” Simply complete the form and press “submit.” One of our medical coordinators will give you a call soon to assist you in speaking with the doctor of your choice.

    Facts and figures around robotic hip replacement

    Why choose Aasra for robotic hip replacement treatment?

    AASRA Hospital has the state of the art technology for performing joint replacement surgeries i,e MAKO Robitic joint replacement technology.
    There is less post operative pain, reduced hospital stay ,patient can walk early and early recovery .

    How to book an appointment for aasra?

    Booking an appointment with a Aasra  Orthopedician is easy. 

    Simply give us a call directly or complete our online appointment booking form. The only four questions it would ask you are “Your name,” “Contact,” and “tell us a little more about yourself.” Simply complete the form and press “submit.” One of our medical coordinators will give you a call soon to assist you in speaking with the doctor of your choice.