Adult Joint Reconstruction

Adult Joint Reconstruction

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The Adult Joint Reconstruction division at Neuro Foundation Hospital stands at the forefront of orthopedic innovation and patient care. Our mission is to restore mobility, alleviate pain, and improve the quality of life for individuals suffering from joint conditions. Leveraging the latest advancements in surgical techniques and state-of-the-art technology, our multidisciplinary team provides personalized care plans tailored to the unique needs of each patient. We offer a comprehensive range of procedures aimed at both preserving and replacing joints, ensuring optimal outcomes for our patients.

Adult Joint Reconstruction

Joint Preservation Surgery
High Tibial Osteotomy

High Tibial Osteotomy (HTO) is performed to treat knee arthritis by realigning the tibia (shinbone) to relieve pressure on the affected part of the knee. This procedure helps delay the need for total knee replacement, particularly in younger, more active patients.

Core Decompression Hip

Core decompression is a procedure aimed at treating avascular necrosis of the hip by reducing intraosseous pressure, enhancing blood flow, and promoting healing. This approach helps preserve the hip joint and can postpone the necessity for a total hip replacement.

Joint Replacement Surgeries
Hip Hemi Replacement

Hip hemi replacement, or hemiarthroplasty, involves replacing the femoral head while keeping the acetabulum intact. This procedure is commonly indicated for femoral neck fractures, especially in older patients, offering significant pain relief and improved mobility.

Primary Total Hip Replacement

Primary total hip replacement (THR) involves replacing both the femoral head and the acetabulum with prosthetic components. This surgery is indicated for severe hip arthritis or damage, providing substantial pain relief and improved function.

Primary Total Knee Replacement

Primary total knee replacement (TKR) involves replacing the entire knee joint with prosthetic components. This procedure is often performed on patients with advanced osteoarthritis or other degenerative joint diseases, leading to significant pain relief and enhanced mobility.

Revision Total Hip and Knee Replacement

Revision surgery is necessary when a previous hip or knee replacement fails due to factors such as prosthetic wear, infection, or instability. This complex procedure involves removing the old prosthesis and implanting a new one, thereby restoring function and alleviating pain.

Unicondylar Knee Replacement

Unicondylar knee replacement, also known as partial knee replacement, involves replacing only the damaged compartment of the knee, preserving as much of the natural knee as possible. This approach is suitable for patients with localized knee arthritis.

Computer Navigated and Custom Made Knee Replacement

This advanced technique uses computer navigation and custom-made implants to ensure precise alignment and fit during knee replacement surgery. This leads to better outcomes and increased longevity of the implant.

Knee Arthrodesis for Failed Total Knee Replacement

Knee arthrodesis is a salvage procedure for patients with a failed total knee replacement that cannot be revised. This surgery involves fusing the knee joint to alleviate pain and provide stability.

Total and Reverse Shoulder Replacement

Total shoulder replacement involves replacing the damaged parts of the shoulder joint with prosthetic components. Reverse shoulder replacement is used for patients with severe rotator cuff damage, providing better function and pain relief.

Total Elbow Replacement

Total elbow replacement involves replacing the elbow joint with prosthetic components, indicated for severe arthritis or fractures that cannot be repaired.

Fusion Procedures in Major Limb Joints

Fusion procedures, or arthrodesis, are performed to alleviate pain and provide stability in joints that are severely damaged or degenerated. This involves surgically fusing the bones to form a single, solid joint.

Soft Tissue Surgery
Knee ACL/PCL Reconstruction

Reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) involves replacing the torn ligaments with grafts to restore knee stability and function.

Shoulder Dislocation Surgery

Surgery to treat recurrent shoulder dislocations involves repairing or tightening the ligaments and tissues that stabilize the shoulder joint.

Rotator Cuff Repair

Rotator cuff repair involves reattaching the torn tendons to the humerus to restore shoulder function and alleviate pain.

Capsular Release for Adhesive Capsulitis

Capsular release is performed to treat adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder) by releasing the tight joint capsule to improve range of motion and reduce pain.

The Adult Joint Reconstruction division at Neuro Foundation Hospital is committed to delivering exceptional care through a blend of advanced surgical techniques and personalized treatment plans. Our comprehensive range of joint preservation and replacement surgeries ensures that each patient receives the best possible outcome, allowing them to return to an active and pain-free lifestyle. With a focus on innovation and excellence, we strive to set the standard in orthopedic care.

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