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    Arthroscopic Surgery By The Best Surgeon In Mumbai

    Dr. Aditya Sai

    MS, DNB (Orthopaedics)

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    Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon

    Dr. Aditya Sai

    MS, DNB (Orthopaedics)

    Dr. Aditya Sai is a consultant in Orthopaedics specializing in Shoulder Surgery, Knee and Hip arthroscopy & Joint preservation Dr. Aditya has been trained in the best of the institutes in India as well as globally, with his MBBS from the Madras Medical College and MS in Orthopedics from Seth GS Medical College & KEM hospital, both amongst the top institutes in the country. He has undergone training in Hip arthroscopy and Joint preservation from the USA.

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    Pappu Khule
    Pappu Khule
    माझा ह्या हॉस्पिटल मधील अनुभव हा एकदम चांगला आहे माझी गुडघ्यावरील शस्त्रक्रिया अत्यंत यशस्वीरित्या येतील डॉक्टरांनी व सर्व स्टाफने उत्तमरीत्या पार पाडली आहे. माझा पाय व गुडघा भविष्यात मी चालू शकेन का नाही असे मला शंका होती परंतु येथील शस्त्रक्रिया नंतर मी आता एकदम ठणठणीत असून या हॉस्पिटल मधील माझा अनुभव अत्यंत चांगला आहे. डॉक्टर आदित्य साई हे अत्यंत उत्कृष्ट सर्जन आहेत आज त्यांच्यामुळेच मी माझ्या गुडघ्यावर उभारू शकत आहे आम्ही चालू शकत आहे त्यांचं सहकार्य खूप छान असते. तसेच खूप प्रामाणिकपणे ते आपले काम पार पडतात आणि रुग्णांची सेवा करतात.
    faisal shaikh
    faisal shaikh
    Thank you so much "Doctor Aditya Sai" for the excellent work u did for my both shoulder surgery, you are the most amazing doctor, u had made me feel so relaxed, comfortable and confident when I was very much nervous and a lot of anxiety, but I am so pleased with the outcome of my surgery,my family and I will always be thankful to you for all your support,care and the confidence that you had build in me.Your knowledge and skills are greatly appreciated!you are the Best .... Thank you Soo much Dr
    Sneha Shaikh
    Sneha Shaikh
    Aditya Sai Sir, please except my heartfelt gratitude for the exceptional care and skill you provided during my recent ACL & Meniscus Repair arthroscopic surgery. From the initial consultation through to the post-operative follow-ups, your professionalism and kindness were evident at every step. I am truly fortunate to have had you as my surgeon, and I will always remember the difference you've made. Thank you!
    Deepak Jaiswal
    Deepak Jaiswal
    Everything was perfect. Dr Aditya Sai is excellent doctor.
    Priyanka Singh
    Priyanka Singh
    Was fortunate to have come across Dr. Aditya Sai. I had my ACL+ mensicus repair done. My injury was old and had become worse over the years playing football which made me nervous to go ahead with surgery.But doctor aditya Sai and his team were confident and made me feel completely confident and comfortable with the process. Also they assisted with the before and after surgery process which made it very easy. My surgery has been successful and would definitely recommend Dr. Aditya Sai.
    Siddharth Sonkamble
    Siddharth Sonkamble
    Very fortunate to have come across Dr. Aditya Sai for my knee surgery. I had to undergo ACL Avulsion plus Meniscus repair surgery. Dr. Aditya is very confident and explained the procedure beforehand. Doctor also helped me thoroughly for postoperative care and rehab. Everything has been extremely smooth so far. Follow up visits are always very positive and comforting. Many thanks to Dr. Aditya Sai for helping me. Also, many thanks to Dr. Sagar for his continuous assistance during the surgery as well as the follow ups. Thanks to Rayan and team for making it a smooth experience throughout. I would strongly recommend Dr. Aditya Sai for any knee injuries.
    Rohit Kumar
    Rohit Kumar
    My experience with Dr. Aditya Sai and their team was nothing short of exceptional. Their expertise, compassion and commitment to providing outstanding medical care make them a standout practitioner in their field. I wholeheartedly recommend Dr. Aditya Sai to anyone seeking top quality medical services and their approach to patient care truly sets them apart.
    Swapnil Padhi
    Swapnil Padhi
    Dr Aditya Sai was really helpful. The best thing about him is that he makes the patient very comfortable during consultation, and explain things very well that leaves no room for any doubt. He was meticulous to have guided me on every part of the overall surgical, including pre-op and post-op procedures. I appreciate that he made the overall process very simple for me to go through, including all the administrative work.
    Raj Sahani Official 472
    Raj Sahani Official 472
    Well cleaned and feeling comfortable with all the staff

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    Dr. Aditya Sai is a renowned surgical orthopedic doctor practising in Mumbai. He has 15+ years of experience, with 10+ years of specialization in Shoulder Surgery, Knee & Hip Arthroscopy And Joint Preservation.


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    What is Arthroscopic Surgery?

    Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgery done for viewing, diagnosing, and treating joint problems.

    An orthopedic surgeon makes a small incision in the joint area and then inserts a narrow tube having a fiber-optic video camera on one end, known as an arthroscope, through the incision to perform arthroscopy. The camera is connected to a video monitor, through which the surgeon can view the inside portion of the joint region.

    Arthroscopy surgery eliminates the need of creating a large incision to view inside the joint region. Some types of joint injuries or damage can be repaired during arthroscopy by inserting thin instruments through other tiny incisions created by the surgeon in the joint region.

    Arthroscopy Causes and Symptoms

    Arthroscopy may be recommended by the doctor in the following cases:

    Arthroscopy Performed for Finding the Cause of Joint Problems

    An arthroscopy may be recommended by the doctor to find what may be causing symptoms associated with joint problems. These symptoms may include:

    • Joint pain
    • Joint stiffness and swelling
    • Joint locking (when the joint moves out of its position or gives away)

    This procedure is generally recommended by the doctor only when other types of tests, like X-rays, have not been able to identify the cause of the symptoms.

    Arthroscopy Done to Check the Health of the Joints

    The doctor may sometimes recommend an arthroscopy to check how well the joint is functioning. This could be helpful in the following cases:

    • Joint damage due to sports injury
    • Osteoarthritis or other conditions that could lead to joint damage over time

    Arthroscopy for Repairing the Damage to the Joints

    The following joint conditions can be treated using arthroscopy:

    • Torn or damaged cartilage
    • Loose bone fragments
    • Joint lining inflammation
    • Torn ligaments
    • Scarring within the joints

    Advantages of Arthroscopic Surgery

    Arthroscopy surgery has many advantages compared to traditional open surgery, which includes the following:

    • Outpatient surgery: Most patients can go home a few hours after an arthroscopic surgery.
    • Smaller incisions: The doctor only needs to make a tiny incision to insert an arthroscope compared to an open surgery, which needs larger incisions. Therefore, arthroscopic surgery is considered to be a minimally-invasive procedure.
    • Less traumatic to surrounding tissues: Arthroscopic surgery causes minimal or no damage to the surrounding healthy tissues compared to an open surgery, which may be more traumatic.
    • Decreased blood loss: Arthroscopy surgery is associated with less blood loss compared to open surgery.
    • Reduced pain after surgery: The pain following arthroscopic surgery is much lesser compared to an open surgery.
    • Rapid healing time: Since arthroscopic surgery is a minimally-invasive procedure, the procedure has a quicker healing time compared to open surgery.
    • Less scarring: Arthroscopic surgery results in less scar tissue formation compared to open surgery, due to the use of tiny incisions while performing arthroscopy.
    • Reduced infection risk: Since arthroscopic surgery involves minimal exposure of the internal tissues, the risk of developing infections is reduced significantly in arthroscopic surgery. 

    Possible Types of Arthroscopy

    Arthroscopy can be classified into different types depending on the location of the joint on which the procedure is being performed. The different types of arthroscopy surgeries include:

    • Knee arthroscopy: This is the most common type of arthroscopy performed to view the region around the knee joints. The procedure helps in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions such as knee arthritis, meniscus tears, cartilage injuries, and ligament repair.
    • Elbow arthroscopy: The doctor performs this type of arthroscopy is performed by the doctor to treat bone or cartilage instability, tendon damage, stress injuries, joint inflammation, and damage to the soft tissue around the elbow joint.
    • Ankle arthroscopy: This arthroscopy may be performed for treating all the tissues in and around the ankle area, which may include damaged bones, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage of the ankle.
    • Shoulder arthroscopy: The diagnosis and treatment of different shoulder diseases such as joint inflammation, shoulder instability, impingement syndrome, rotator cuff repair, and recurrent shoulder joint dislocations can be performed using this type of arthroscopy.
    • Spine arthroscopy:  Conditions like spinal injuries, spinal instability, and degenerative disc diseases can be diagnosed and treated using spine arthroscopy.
    • Wrist arthroscopy: Wrist joint problems like wrist osteoarthritis, wrist bone fracture, stress injury, and ligament tear can be diagnosed and treated using this type of arthroscopy.
    • Hip arthroscopy: The hip joint can be viewed clearly using this type of arthroscopy without the need to cut the ligaments or the muscles extensively. This type of procedure is normally recommended for treating femur (thigh bone) and acetabulum (the socket in the pelvic cavity) impingement, or any other conditions that could be associated with the hip joint.
    • Temporomandibular joint arthroscopy: This arthroscopy may be performed to diagnose the damage to the temporomandibular joint surface and treat temporomandibular joint disorders.

    Recovery Time Post-Arthroscopy Surgery

    Complete recovery time after an arthroscopic surgery may vary from one week to several months for different patients.

    The recovery time varies among different patients depending on different factors like the age of the patient, the overall health of the patient, the joint being treated, and the type of arthroscopic surgery being performed.

    The recovery following arthroscopy surgery is as follows:

    • The patient will experience some swelling, pain, and stiffness in the operated area for a couple of days after surgery. The patient needs to take sufficient rest during this period.
    • Ice pack application on the operated area is recommended to reduce the swelling and inflammation after the surgery.
    • The doctor will generally prescribe painkillers to relieve the discomfort after the surgery.
    • The patient needs to use a walker, crutches, or other devices to aid in walking after arthroscopy in the knee, hip, or ankle region.
    • Patients having a desk job can usually resume their work one week after surgery.
    • Light forms of exercises like walking and stretching can be resumed one week after the surgery.
    • The doctor may recommend wearing a joint cap or brace after the surgery.
    • Physiotherapy sessions need to be started about two weeks after the surgery.
    • Strenuous activities need to be avoided till the doctor permits the same.
    • Most patients can resume their normal activities about four weeks after the surgery.

    Arthroscopy Surgery Process in Mumbai

    The arthroscopy surgery process in Mumbai involves diagnostic tests and preparation, the procedure using an arthroscope, and the post-surgical steps and instructions.

    Arthroscopy Surgery Preparation

    The doctor recommends certain diagnostic tests before an arthroscopy surgery to assess the physical health of the patient and check if the patient is physically fit to undergo surgery. The diagnostic tests recommended may include the following:

    • Physical examination: The damaged joint’s function and mobility are physically examined by the doctor.
    • X-rays: The condition of the joint and the bones surrounding it can be checked by the doctor using X-rays.
    • Imaging tests: Imaging tests like ultrasounds, CT scans, and MRI scans help the doctor in obtaining clear pictures of the joint.
    • Blood and urine tests: The presence of certain infections and medical diseases can be checked using these tests.

    The patient will need to undergo the following preparation before an arthroscopy:

    • The arthroscopy surgeon needs to be informed about any medications, herbs, or supplements that the patient may be taking.
    • The doctor may tell the patient to stop the consumption of blood-thinning medications a couple of days before the procedure to avoid the risk of excessive bleeding.
    • The patient should inform the doctor about any allergies or sensitivities that he/she may be having.
    • The patient needs to quit smoking at least fifteen days before an arthroscopy surgery.
    • The patient will need to fast six to eight hours before the procedure.

    Procedure for Arthroscopy Surgery

    Arthroscopy surgery is done as follows:

    • The procedure could be done under local anesthesia, which works by numbing the area of treatment; spinal anesthesia, which works by numbing the body waist downwards; or general anesthesia, which works by making the patient unconscious before the procedure.
    • The surgeon will first create two to three small incisions or cuts in the affected joint region.
    • The surgeon will then insert the arthroscope and other small surgical instruments through the incisions made.
    • There is a camera present at the end of the arthroscope. This camera transmits the images of the joint on a monitor.
    • The images obtained will help the surgeon view the joint region, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage, and detect or treat any issues with the joint.
    • The arthroscope and surgical instruments will then be removed by the surgeon.
    • The incisions created are then closed using sutures and bandages.
    • The arthroscopy procedure may take 60 to 90 minutes to complete. 

    Recovery following Arthroscopy Surgery

    The recovery after an arthroscopy surgery involves the following steps:

    • The patient can usually go home on the same or the next day following an arthroscopy surgery.
    • It is important to take adequate rest immediately after surgery.
    • The patient will have some pain and swelling after the surgery.
    • The doctor recommends certain painkillers to relieve the discomfort after the procedure.
    • The doctor recommends the application of ice packs on the surgical area to reduce the swelling and bruising after the surgery.
    • It is important to avoid putting any weight on the treatment area while recovering.
    • If the procedure has been performed on a joint in the leg region, the patient needs to use crutches or another walking device for a few weeks after surgery.
    • The patient needs to take physiotherapy sessions to improve the mobility and function of the joint.
    • Most patients can resume normal daily activities within a few days after surgery. Strenuous activities should, however, be avoided for eight to twelve weeks after arthroscopy surgery.

    Risks Associated with Arthroscopic Surgery

    Arthroscopic surgery is considered to be a safe procedure and is generally not associated with any risks. Although uncommon, the following complications may be associated with arthroscopic surgery:

    • Infection
    • Damage to the artery
    • Hemorrhage or excessive bleeding
    • Nerve damage
    • Damage to the ligaments, cartilage, tendons, or menisus
    • Blood clot formation
    • Allergy to the anesthetic agent used
    • Numbness at the site of incision
    • Persistent pain, stiffness, and swelling
    • Heart and kidney problems
    • Death (extremely rare)

    How to Prepare for Arthroscopic Surgery?

    The orthopedic surgeon recommends undergoing the following preparation before an arthroscopic surgery:

    • The patient should speak with the doctor about any medicines or supplements that he or she may be taking.
    • The patient needs to inform the doctor about any allergies that he or she may have.
    • The area that needs to be operated on needs to be kept clean and free from sunburn, infection, or injury.
    • Depending on the type of anesthesia being used, the patient may be asked to not eat or drink anything eight hours before the arthroscopic surgery.
    • The doctor may instruct the patient to avoid taking certain medications or dietary supplements that may increase the risk of bleeding for a few days before surgery. 
    • The patient should wear loose, comfortable clothing over the area that will be operated on.
    • The patient needs to arrange for someone to take him or her home after the surgery.

    Post-Procedure Recovery

    The patient is taken to the recovery room after arthroscopic surgery, where the patient will rest for an hour or more. Most patients can go home on the same day after surgery. The recovery after arthroscopic surgery is as follows:

    • The doctor may recommend painkillers to relieve the discomfort after the procedure.
    • Ice pack application or cold therapy is recommended for the first 24 hours after the procedure to reduce the swelling.
    • Elevation of the operated joint can also help in reducing swelling and pain.
    • The patient needs to avoid alcohol consumption and smoking for a few days after the procedure.
    • The patient may need to use a splint, a sling, or crutches for support as he or she recovers.
    • The patient can remove the surgical bandages on the incision site and replace the bandages using small strips of dressing the day after the surgery.
    • If the patient is given non-dissolvable stitches, the doctor will remove them one or two weeks after the surgery. The dissolvable stitches, as the name suggests, will dissolve on their own over some time.
    • During the wound healing period, the patient needs to keep the incision site as dry as possible. The site can be covered using a plastic bag while taking a bath.
    • Most patients can resume going to work a few days after arthroscopic surgery. However, strenuous activities have to be avoided as complete recovery may take a couple of weeks or even months.
    • Physiotherapy exercises and rehabilitation are recommended to improve the function and mobility of the operated joint, as well as strengthen the muscles.

    Arthroscopy Surgery Cost in Mumbai

    The cost of arthroscopy surgery in Mumbai varies between INR 30,000 to INR 2,00,000. The cost may differ depending on different factors like:

    • The joint being treated: Arthroscopy surgery can be done on different joints like the knee, ankle, shoulder, hip, wrist, or elbow joint. The cost of arthroscopy surgery will differ based on the joint being treated. 
    • Severity of damage: The cost of arthroscopy surgery increases in case of severe joint damage or injury requiring an extensive form of treatment.
    • Surgeon’s expertise: An experienced surgeon will charge higher consultation and treatment fees compared to an inexperienced surgeon.
    • Gender, age, and health of the patient: The gender, age, and health of the patient are important parameters that determine the type of treatment done, the treatment results, and the risk of developing complications after the surgery due to the presence of certain medical conditions. The cost of arthroscopy surgery will vary depending on these factors.
    • Choice of the hospital: A private, multi-specialty hospital in a posh locality will have higher treatment charges than a government hospital in an average location.
    • Length of hospital stay: A longer hospital stay will increase the total cost of arthroscopy surgery.
    • Preparatory diagnostic tests: The doctor recommends undergoing certain diagnostic tests before the procedure to assess the health of the patient undergoing the surgery. The cost of the diagnostic tests is added to the total cost of arthroscopy surgery.
    • Anesthesia cost: The cost of the anesthesia and anesthesiologist will be added to the total cost of arthroscopy surgery.
    • Medicines cost: The doctor may recommend taking certain medications before and after the surgery. The cost of the medicines will be added to the total cost of arthroscopy surgery.
    • Follow-up appointments: The cost of the follow-up appointments with the doctor after the surgery is added to the total cost of arthroscopy surgery.
    • Physiotherapy sessions: The cost of the physiotherapy sessions recommended post-surgery is added to the total cost of arthroscopy.

    How to Choose the Best Clinic for Arthroscopy Surgery in Mumbai?

    The choice of the right clinic for undergoing arthroscopy surgery can help in achieving successful results and also ensure a rapid recovery. The following factors need to be considered to choose the best clinic for arthroscopy surgery in Mumbai:

    • Research about the clinic: It is important to choose a clinic or hospital which is well-equipped and has good healthcare facilities to ensure successful treatment outcomes, a better survival rate, and a lesser risk of developing complications after the surgery. 
    • Inquire about the credentials of the surgeon: The patient needs to choose a clinic with a board-certified, experienced orthopedic surgeon who has no history of malpractice claims to ensure a smooth treatment and good pre and post-operative care.
    • Referrals: The patient can inquire about the clinic from his/her family physician, friends, family, or acquaintances who have undergone treatment in the same clinic earlier.
    • Read patient testimonials and reviews: The patient can check for the reviews and testimonials of patients who have undergone treatment in the same clinic to know about their treatment experience in the clinic.
    • Schedule a consultation: The patient can book a consultation appointment in the clinic with the orthopedic surgeon. The consultation visit will give a fair idea about the protocols and hygiene of the clinic, as well as allow the patient to communicate personally with the surgeon and the healthcare team to ensure a good comfort level during the procedure.
    • Insurance coverage: The choice of the clinic should be made only after ensuring that the patient can claim the treatment charges from his/her insurance company on being treated from that particular clinic.

    The Shoulder and Knee Clinic in Mumbai is considered to be one of the best clinics to undergo arthroscopic surgery under the expert guidance of Dr. Aditya Sai, who is one of the best orthopedic surgeons in the city.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Arthroscopy (also referred to as keyhole surgery) is a surgical procedure to diagnose and treat joint conditions. To carry out this procedure, the arthroscopic surgeon makes a small incision and inserts a narrow tube to a fibre-optic camera, almost the size of a keyhole.

    Arthroscopy is generally used to treat joint conditions, which include:

    • Shoulder
    • Knee
    • Hip
    • Ankle
    • Wrist
    • Elbow

    Arthroscopy allows the specialist to look through the joint without making a large incision, making it a little expensive. But, arthroscopic surgery cost in Mumbai is somehow less expensive compared to other big cities. You may consult with Dr Aditya for affordable treatment.

    During arthroscopic surgery, your doctor will numb the area where they are going to make an incision. Next, they will insert a unique pencil-thin instrument (the size of a keyhole). The device (arthroscope) has a light and camera lens, which helps the surgeon see the inside of the joint. The camera projects an image on a larger screen. The surgeon will then fill the joint with sterile fluid to widen it, making it easier to see.

    If you are looking for arthroscopy in Mumbai, you may consider consulting with Dr Adiyta Sai or visit Shoulder And Knee Clinic.

    Finding a specialist who performs arthroscopic surgery in Mumbai is anything but hassle-free. Most likely, it is your primary healthcare doctor who might have asked you to visit an arthroscopic specialist.

    Before opting for the best arthroscopic specialist, here's what you need to consider:

    1. Get referrals: Before choosing the right surgeon, ask your primary healthcare doctor to provide you with a referral list (list of doctors that you can consider paying a visit to). Moreover, you can ask your friends, family, relatives, and other experts. Besides, make sure you check the specialist's experience and credentials. As you narrow down the list, make an appointment to visit each arthroscopic specialist. You can even call their clinics and gather all the necessary details if the doctor is not available.

    2. Research the specialist's credentials: It is a crucial step to follow as - you wouldn't want to hand yourself to a doctor who is not board certified or possesses no skills to provide treatment. Therefore, make sure you double-check the doctor's credentials. Board certification tells you that the doctor has undergone training and is skilled enough to provide healthcare facilities. Besides, check the doctor's history. Make sure they are not involved in disciplinary actions or malpractice claims. Go through their website (thoroughly) to find out about their medical school, training hospitals, experience, expertise, board certification, and most importantly - their history.

    3. Consider the doctor's experience: Arthroscopic surgery is mainly performed by experienced surgeons. Before opting for the best specialist, consider their experience. When it's a matter of complex surgical (arthroscopic) operations, the more experienced the doctor is, the more likely the results will be. While visiting the doctors, ask them specific questions, such as,

    How many patients (with the same condition as yours) have they treated in the past?
    How many operations were successful?
    What were the complication rates?
    If there were any complications before, what are the chances you will have to face the same?

    Besides, ask the doctor about the specific procedure you need to follow and all the risks involved.

    4. Research hospital quality: Keep in mind that your doctor's hospital will be your hospital as long as the treatment lasts. You will have to pay visits at regular intervals - even stay for a day or two (depending upon the procedure). Therefore, considering the hospital quality - the quality of care they provide, ambulatory surgery centres, the expense is significant. Hospital quality matters a lot because top-rated hospitals have fewer possibilities of complications or risks - and better survival rates. Furthermore, consider the hospital's location as well. After the surgery, you have to pay frequent visits, which means - you need a convenient location.

    Compared to other metropolitan cities and also due to the availability of skilled doctors, arthroscopic surgery cost in Mumbai isn't that heavy on the pocket, and also there are insurance companies who have flexible options.

    5. Evaluate communication style: Communication is the key, no matter what. Choose an arthroscopic specialist with whom you are comfortable sharing your issues, which provides you with all the necessary information. If they support you and make you feel at ease, that's a plus point. When you first pay a visit to the surgeon/doctor - ask them questions and see how they respond to you. See if they have the patience to deal with your questions first, let alone your treatment. Check for your personal feelings - did you feel rushed or engaged? Are you able to understand them? Opt for the doctor who shows interest in your complications, who considers your treatment preferences, and who respects your decision-making. Also, consider reading patient reviews.

    You may consider the above points when you look for arthroscopic surgery in Mumbai, or you can consult with Dr Aditya Sai at Arthroscopic surgery in Mumbai.

    Arthroscopy centres offer a lot of additional amenities and adjustments according to the patient's convenience. After the surgery, you may experience some pain. Your doctor will prescribe you some medications for pain. They may also prescribe medications for blood clots or other side effects.

    Arthroscopic surgery results in less joint pain and stiffness as compared to open surgery. Besides, recovery doesn't take a lot of time, just a couple of weeks or so. You may require a splint, crutches, or sling for support.

    You will notice some small puncture wounds in your body where the arthroscopic tools were inserted. The day after the surgery, you may be able to remove the bandages and place small strips instead. However, your doctor will remove non-dissolvable incisions in a week or two.

    While you are in the healing phase, you will need to keep the sites dry. A small amount of water exposure can result in difficulties. Therefore, cover them with a plastic bag or anything water-resistant while taking a shower.

    Your doctor will provide you with a list of activities that you are more likely to avoid. Within a few days of surgery, you can go to school or continue working. Full joint recovery usually takes several weeks to months. Specific workouts and rehabilitation can help you recover fast. To undergo arthroscopic surgery in Mumbai at a reasonable cost, schedule an appointment with Dr Aditya Sai.

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