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      Why Choose Dr. Aditya Sai?

      Knee Treatment By The Best Knee Surgeon In India

      Dr. Aditya Sai

      MS, DNB (Orthopaedics)

      Why Choose Dr. Aditya Sai?

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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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      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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      Frequently Asked Questions

      The knee is one of the frequently wounded parts of the body. These injuries are typically caused by a direct impact on the knee or a twisting or bending force applied to it, such as athletics, crashes, or collisions. The majority of knee injuries are affected by an external force that bends or twists the knee in a way that it was not intended for. A bending motion from crashes, athletics, or collisions is a common source of a knee injury. A bent knee can damage ligaments and cartilage.

      High-force fractures, such as those sustained in athletics or car crashes, can damage various aspects of the knee structure, resulting in various knee injuries.

      Bursitis can be brought about by abuse, joint inflammation, degenerative joint sickness, wounds from bowing, disease, or gout. If you experience any pain in your knees that do not reduce over time, you may consult with Dr Aditya at Shoulder and Knee Clinic.

      Many vital structures make up the leg, and you may damage all of them. Fractures around the knee, dislocations, and sprains and tears in soft tissues, such as ligaments, are the most frequent knee injuries. In some instances, fractures to the knee include more than one structure.

      The most prominent symptoms of a knee injury are pain and swelling. Furthermore, your knee can catch or lock. Instability is a common symptom of a knee injury, and it refers to the sensation that the knee is giving way.

      The following are typical examples of knee injuries:

      • Fractures
      • Dislocation
      • ACL Injuries
      • PCL Injuries
      • Collateral Ligament Injuries
      • Tendon Tears

      If you suffer from a knee injury and need surgery, you may visit the Shoulder and Knee Clinic, widely recognised to offer the best knee surgery in India.

      Depending on the underlying cause, knee pain can differ in both position and severity. The below are some of the signs and symptoms that can occur when you have knee pain:

      • Swelling and stiffness
      • Redness and warmth to the touch
      • Weakness
      • Popping or crunching noises
      • Knee not being able to completely straighten

      Call your doctor if you:

      • You are not able to bear the weight on your leg, or it feels shaky
      • You have significant swelling in your knees
      • If you can't stretch or flex your leg.
      • You have a visible deformity of your leg or knee.

      Apart from these symptoms, you can experience fever, redness, swelling and pain in your knee if you have severe knee pain resulting from an injury.

      Some causes can increase your chances of developing knee issues, including:

      • Excess weight: Obesity puts more strain on the knee joints, even during everyday tasks like cycling or stair climbing. It also increases the chances of developing osteoarthritis by hastening the deterioration of joint cartilage.
      • Lack of muscle flexibility or strength: Knee injuries can be made worse by losing mobility and endurance. Muscle endurance will help you maintain a full range of motion by stabilising and protecting your joints.
      • Certain sports or occupations: Some sports place more strain on the knees than others. Alpine skiing, with its heavy ski boots and propensity for crashes, basketball with its leaps and pivots, and running or jogging with the repeated banging on your knees all increase the chances of a knee injury. Work that puts a great deal of stress on your knees, such as building or farming, will put you at risk.

      Apart from these, you're more likely to be injured again if you've had a prior knee injury.

      Treatment options can differ based on the cause of the knee pain. In addition, knee treatment cost in India is determined by the kind of treatment you get, which include:

      Medications
      Your doctor may prescribe drugs to alleviate pain and treat the underlying conditions causing your knee pain, such as rheumatoid arthritis or gout.

      Therapy
      It would be more stable if you strengthen the muscles around your knee. Depending on the cause of the discomfort, your doctor can prescribe physical therapy or various forms of strengthening exercises.

      If you are physically active or participate in sports, in that case, you may need exercises to correct movement patterns impacting your knees and develop proper technique when participating in your sport or action. Activities that increase stability and equilibrium are also beneficial.

      Arch braces, which may have wedges on one side of the heel, may help move pressure away from the osteoarthritis-affected knee. Different forms of braces can be used to secure and stabilise the knee joint under certain circumstances.

      Injections
      Your doctor may recommend injecting drugs or other substances directly into your joint in some cases. Here are the examples:

      • Corticosteroids: Corticosteroid injections into your knee joint can help reduce the effects of an arthritis flare and provide pain relief for a few months. But these injections aren't always successful.
      • Hyaluronic acid: Hyaluronic acid is a dense solution pumped into the knee to increase mobility and relieve discomfort. It's equivalent to the fluid that usually lubricates joints. While research findings on the efficacy of this therapy have been inconsistent, relief from one or a series of shots will last up to six months.
      • Platelet-rich plasma (PRP): Various growth factors are concentrated in PRP, suppressing inflammation and facilitating healing. PRP has been shown to help some people with osteoarthritis in specific trials, although further research is required.

      Surgery
      If you have an illness that could need surgery, you must consider the advantages and disadvantages of both nonsurgical recovery and surgical restoration before making a choice. You have the following options if you want to have surgery:

      • Arthroscopic surgery: Your doctor will be able to examine and treat joint damage using a fibre-optic camera and small, slender needles inserted through a few slight incisions around the body, depending on the severity of the injuries. Arthroscopy can be used to remove foreign bodies from your knee joint, remove or restore weakened cartilage (especially if it's causing your knee to lock), and repair torn ligaments.
      • Partial knee replacement surgery: Your surgeon repairs only the most injured section of the knee with metal and plastic sections in this operation. Since minor incisions are normally made, you'll recover faster than if you had had surgery to repair your entire knee.
      • Total knee replacement: Your surgeon removes broken bone and cartilage from your thigh bone, shinbone, and knee cap and replaces it with an artificial joint consisting of metal alloys, high-grade plastics, and polymers during this operation.

      The knee surgery price in India is wrongly subject to criticism as it needs specialists to perform the procedure. It is believed to be costly while, in fact, it is priced depending on various factors such as the patient condition, location, doctor fees, among others. Various other factors govern the knee surgery price in India, and for cost-effective treatment, you may visit Dr Aditya Sai.

      By choosing a surgeon and a top hospital with dedicated reserves and a high number of knee replacements performed each year, a patient will increase the likelihood of a successful knee surgery operation, thus lowering the risk of complications.

      Here are a few suggestions for selecting a knee surgeon.

      Examine the surgeon's educational background:

      Check some crucial points before heading to a surgeon's appointment, such as

      • Surgeons Education Qualification
      • Reviews
      • Training

      By examining the points mentioned above, you would be able to determine the surgeon's level of experience.

      Check the Surgeons Experience Level:

      Studies show that surgeons who perform at least 12 total knee replacements a year are likely to have a track record of success. Similarly, emergency hospitals with at least 25 TKRs (Total Knee Replacements) performed yearly have the highest track records.

      Every year, the finest specialists execute a variety of procedures. If you are looking for one of the best knee specialists, you may consider scheduling an appointment with Dr Aditya Sai.

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