Tuesday, September 2, 2014

How Will Knee Replacement Help You ?

The knees are the most easily injured part of the body. The knee joint is a weight-bearing joint that straightens, bends, twists and rotates. All these motions increase your risk of knee injuries and pain.

The common cause of knee pain and loss of knee mobility 

  • knee injury
  • Fractures
  • Disease states like the Rheumatic disease, arthritis

Knee Replacement


Knee replacements are a widely accepted procedure of young state Arthritis. In all over the world, the number of knee replacement is increasing.

A lot of modifications have happened in knee replacement like minimal invasive technique, Patient-specific instrumentation, new pain control techniques.

How will knee replacement help you?

1. Knee replacement can improve your quality-of-life

After knee replacement, you will have less pain and greater mobility. You will be able to perform daily tasks and low impact activities more easily.

Knee replacement will help you to lead a more comfortable and independent life.

Your quality-of-life will improve when there is no chronic and debilitating pain. Moreover, you will be able to increase your range of knee joint motion.

2. Pain Relief

with the new knee joint, you will feel considerable reduction or even elimination of pain.

3. Improve Your range of joint motion

Due to joint disease or surface irregularities, the overall range of motion can be severely limited. Your artificial knee may not be as good as the real one, but the range of motion will noticeably increase. Your replaced knee can largely restore your previous range of motion.

4. Enjoy years of pain-free life

The replaced joint is mostly pain-free for many years. If a problem occurs, it can be replaced. This will allow you to lead a pain-free life

Dr. Biren Nadkarni is a practicing Senior Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon provides result oriented Knee replacement surgeries.

For more details

Gmail: drbirennadkarni@gmail.com

Website  : http://www.drbirennadkarni.com/

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