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Knee Replacement is also called knee Arthroplasty, it is a surgical procedure to replace the weight bearing surfaces of the knee joint to relieve pain and disability. ... Read More

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Zulekha Hospital, Dubai
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Doctors for Knee Replacement in Zulekha Hospital, Dubai

Dr. Chetan Prakash

Consultant
Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon
Arthoscopy and Sports Medicine,
Hip Surgery
Knee Surgery
  • 30 years of experience

Dr. Ahmed Moursy

Professor
Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon
Arthoscopy and Sports Medicine,
Foot and Ankle Surgery
Hand and Wrist Surgery
Hip Surgery
Knee Surgery
Paediatric Orthopedecian
  • 18 years of experience

Dr. Chidananda P. Shivashankar

Consultant
Spine Surgeon
Knee Surgery,
Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon
Shoulder Surgery
  • 15 years of experience

Dr. Rahul Shivadey

Consultant
Spine Surgeon
Arthoscopy and Sports Medicine,
Knee Surgery
Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon
Shoulder Surgery
  • 15 years of experience
NMC Speciality Hospital, Al Ain
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Doctors for Knee Replacement in NMC Speciality Hospital, Al Ain

Dr. Ashraf Waleed Khaled Alothman

Senior Consultant
Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon
Hand and Wrist Surgery,
Knee Surgery
  • 20 years of experience

Dr. Vishnu Vardhan Krishna

Consultant
Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon
Arthoscopy and Sports Medicine,
Hip Surgery
Knee Surgery
Shoulder Surgery
  • 11 years of experience

Dr. Shahid Jalal Syed

Consultant
Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon
Arthoscopy and Sports Medicine
  • 14 years of experience

Dr. Pawan Sahu

Consultant
Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon
Knee Surgery,
Shoulder Surgery
  • 12 years of experience

Frequently Asked Questions related to Knee Replacement

Knee Replacement Surgery

What can I expect during recovery and rehabilitation from knee replacement? .

Patient is independent and ambulant within 4-5 days of surgery. Within 24 hours of surgery the patient is made to stand.

Will my implant be a problem if i am travelling because of the metal detection in airport security check?

All implants are MRI compatible. An implant card is given to the patient that can be shown at airport check.

Would I require a blood transfusion during or after the operation?

The blood loss during the surgery is minimal, during the surgery there is no need of blood transfusion but sometimes it is needed after surgery. In some cases there can be a need of blood transfusion considering hemoglobin level.

When can I start walking, climbing stairs and resume driving?

A person can start community walking within 2 weeks and can climb the stairs after 4-5 days and driving after 4-6 weeks.

Will i go home with a bandage?

No, the bandage is removed after the surgery and a waterproof dressing is applied for 24 hours.

What type of implants are used in this procedure? .

US made FDA approved implants are used.They are of two types coated and non-coated made up of cobalt.

I am diabetic, hypertensive and a heart patient so what precautions do i need to take?

Diabetes doesn't seem to raise risks after knee replacement.Increasing age and history of cardiac disease increases the risk of cardiac complication after TKR.

If you have high blood pressure and if it is under control, there is no reason to worry about not having a safe and successful surgery.Even if your blood pressure becomes elevated during surgery you will be given intravenous medication to reduce it.

Consult your cardiologist if you are planning to undergo the surgery beacuse some medicine doses are modified accordingly.

Why physiotherapy sessions are required post surgery?

It is not mandatory but if the patient is willing for physiotherapy he/she can take it for 2-3 weeks post-surgery. The physiotherapy is provided to the patient during hospitalization and the patient learns the exercises to be done post-discharge.

How many hours does it take for a total knee replacement surgery?

Total time taken for knee replacement surgery is one to three hours, in this surgery a cut is being made in the front of your knee  called knee cap and then the damaged ends of your thigh bone and skin bone are cut away.

What kind of anaesthesia would be used for operation?

Two types of anesthesia is most commonly being used for the surgery first is spinal anaesthesia with epidural analgesia which works by numbing the legs and second is general anaesthesia. You are also given medicines to relax.

Will I need to go for physiotherapy and how painful is that?

Physiotherapy will not be an unpleasant or painful experience for you. Physiotherapy is sometimes needed to strengthen the weak muscles near your knee joint and to also improve the movement of new joint so that you can also learn walking.

How long will the surgery be?What are its different types and what kind of incision is given during the surgery?

The surgery lasts less than an hour. Its is of three different types.The standard incision most widely used in total knee replacement surgery is the midline incision.

For how many days do i need to stay in the hospital?

Typically, knee replacement patients are able to leave the hospital within 5 days depending upon the procedure, whether one knee or both the knees are getting replaced.

How long does knee replacement surgery take to recover from?

The average recovery time from knee replacement surgery is approximately six months, but it can take roughly 12 months to fully return to physically demanding activities.

What is the most commonly reported problem after knee replacement surgery?

You may have pain, swelling, infection and bone fracture after knee replacement surgery. The most common complication after surgery is pain.

How Knee replacement surgery is being done?

  • Ans. The surgeon makes an incision across the front of your knee to gain access to the patella, once your knee is open, the surgeon rotates the patella outside the knee area.
  • Once the surgeon has opened up and exposed your knee joint, they will carefully measure your bones and make precise cuts using special instruments. The damaged bone and cartilage from the end of the femur is cut away
  • The surgeon attaches the metal femoral component to the end of your femur and uses bone cement to seal it into place.
  • The surgeon removes damaged bone and cartilage from the top of the tibia and then shapes the bone to fit the metal and plastic tibial components.

How long does it take to walk normally after knee replacement?

It will take some time before you can walk on your own after knee replacement surgery, you will need 4 to 8 weeks to walk. You have to do physical rehabilitation after knee replacement surgery, this will help in strengthening the muscles of your knees.

Do i need to stop my current medication before I come to India for the surgery?

Consult your doctor one week before the surgery. You can also let the case manager know about the medications, they can double check with the treating surgeon.

When can i do namaz post surgery?.

It is recommended after 6 weeks of the procedure.

For how many days do i need to stay in the hospital?

Typically, knee replacement patients are able to leave the hospital within 5 days depending upon the procedure, whether one knee or both the knees are getting replaced.

What is the latest technology in knee replacement?

Four recent technology includes computer-assisted total knee replacement, minimally invasive surgery, painless surgery, and stitchless surgery.

How should you proceed for Knee Replacement?

Before proceeding for the surgery you will be advised to do some blood and urine test to make sure that you are fit for the surgery.  These all tests should be completed seven to ten days before surgery. If you got any infection or you are under any medications then you should inform your doctor regarding it.

What are signs that you need a knee replacement?

Some signs which shows that you need to go for knee replacement surgery are if your knee pain is getting more intense and frequent, you are having limited mobility and your are noticing swelling in your knees and it becomes difficult for you to do your daily activities.

Will a knee replacement get rid of arthritis?

Total knee replacement surgery is the solution for arthritis and it is done with the aim getting relief from pain and resumption of activity.

I have heard that a revision surgery would be required. Is that true?

Usually the life of an implant is 20-25 years, hence, the concern of revision surgery is not that bothersome.

What if i wait for some time and then proceed with the surgery?

Weight gain, decreased endurance, cardiac and pulmonary conditions are all concerns for people who put off joint replacement for too long.In patients who wait too long, the osteoarthritis deteriorates their function.

What is the most common age for knee replacement surgery?

The most common age to undergo knee replacement surgery is 65 years or above.

How much painful is the surgery?

Having pain for the first two days after surgery is common, maximum pain which you will have after surgery is from surgical incision and dissection and you will be prescribed with strong painkillers.  Surgery is usually painful in the first 48 hours and then the patient will be more comfortable.

Knee replacement- Bilateral

When you will be discharged after surgery?

You will be discharged from the hospital 2-3 days after the surgery.

How much pain is experienced after surgery?

You will definitely have some pain after the surgery but your team will make sure that you should have minimum pain. You will be given pain medications for managing your pain

What is the result of the surgery?

After recovery from the surgery your knees will be less painful than it was before. There will be a bandage placed over your knee and you will have to drain it to remove fluid from the joint. If urinary catheter is being placed then  doctor will remove it next day after the surgery.

What are the risks of double knee replacement?

The risks associated with both simultaneous and staged bilateral knee replacement surgeries include infection, blood clots, heart attack, stroke, nerve damage, failure of the artificial joint, potential necessity for blood transfusion. People over age 65 are more likely to experience complications from double knee replacement surgery. Men are also at a greater risk for complications than women.

Will my implant be a problem if i am travelling because of the metal detection in airport security check?

All implants are MRI compatible. An implant card is given to the patient that can be shown at the airport check.

How long does it take to recover from a bilateral knee replacement?

The recovery after bilateral knee replacement is usually 13 weeks, after 13 weeks you are ready to resume your normal activities.

What precautions you have to follow after surgery?

You need to wear compression garment or a bandage around your knees to improve the blood circulation. After surgery a physiotherapist will help you to bend straight and strengthen your knees and to walk with your new knees. Once you return home your therapy will continue for few weeks a after the surgery

What are the types of bilateral knee replacement?

  • Double knee replacement- When both the knees are being replaced at the same time it usually involves one or two surgeries.
  • Staged bilateral knee replacement- In this knee replacement each knee is being replaced at a different time. The surgery may involve any combination of total knee replacement or partial knee replacement.
  • Simultaneous bilateral knee replacement- In this knee replacement both of your knees will be replaced during the same surgery.

When can i do namaz post surgery?.

It is recommended after 6 weeks.

What can I expect after a bilateral knee replacement?

People who have got bilateral knee replacement will be recovered within a week and they can return back to their normal work within four to six weeks after surgery.

Will i go home with a bandage?

No, the bandage is removed after the surgery and a waterproof dressing is applied for 24 hours.

Can you kneel after bilateral knee replacement?

Some people have some difficulty in kneeling after bilateral knee replacement but if you are uncomfortable you should avoid kneeling.

For how many days do i need to stay in the hospital?

Typically, Hip replacement patients are able to leave the hospital within 7 days depending upon the procedure, whether one hip or both the hips are getting replaced.

How bilateral knee replacement surgery is being done?

In  bilateral knee replacement surgery first the doctor will make an incision in the knee area and then resurface the knee joint with prosthesis which is being made up of a metal or a plastic. Most common type of prosthesis being used for knee replacement are cemented prosthesis and placing the incision will be closed with stitches or surgical staples and a drain will be placed at the incision site for removing the fluid and a sterile bandage or a dressing will be placed.

How long does it takes for bilateral knee replacement surgery?

It will take around two hours for bilateral knee replacement surgery.

What is the latest technology in knee replacement?

Four recent technology includes Computer-assisted total knee replacement, Minimally invasive surgery, Painless surgery and Stichless surgery.

What type of anaesthesia is being given for the procedure?

Three types of anaesthesia can be given such as general anaesthesia, spinal or epidural and a regional nerve block anaesthesia. Your doctor will decide the most suitable type of anaesthesia usually combination is being used.

How long does it takes for bilateral knee replacement?

The complete procedure of bilateral knee replacement will take around 60 to 90 minutes to co complete.

What type of implants are used in this procedure? .

US made FDA approved implants are used.They are of two types coated and non-coated made up of cobalt.

What happens during the procedure of bilateral knee replacement?

First an incision is being made in the front of your knees to expose the damaged area of joint. The size of standard incision  varies from 6-10 inches in length. At the time of surgery the surgeon moves your knee cap to the side and the other cuts a small amount of bone. At last the damaged tissues are being replaced with new metal and plastic components. These components combine to  form an artificial joint.

What if i wait for some time and then proceed with the surgery?

Weight gain decreased endurance, cardiac and pulmonary conditions are all concerns for people who put off joint replacement for too long.

In patients who wait too long, the osteoarthritis deteriorates their function.

I am diabetic, hypertensive and a heart patient so what precautions do i need to take?.

Diabetes doesn't seem to raise risks after knee replacement. Increasing age and history of cardiac disease increase the risk of cardiac complications after TKR.

If you have high blood pressure and if it is under control, there is no reason to worry about not having a safe and successful surgery. Even if your blood pressure becomes elevated during surgery you will be given intravenous medication to reduce it. 

Consult your cardiologist if you are planning to undergo the surgery because some medicine doses are modified accordingly.

Why physiotherapy sessions are required post surgery?

It is not mandatory but if the patient is willing for physiotherapy he/she can take it for 2-3 weeks post-surgery. The physiotherapy is provided to the patient during hospitalization and the patient learns the exercises to be done post-discharge.

What is the latest technology in knee replacement?

Four recent technology includes Computer-assisted total knee replacement, Minimally invasive surgery, Painless surgery, and Stitchless surgery.

How long will the surgery be?What are its different types and what kind of incision is given during the surgery?

The surgery lasts for 2.5-3 hours. Its is of three different types.The standard incision most widely used in total knee replacement surgery is the midline incision.

How long will the surgery be?What are its different types and what kind of incision is given during the surgery?

The surgery lasts for 2.5-3 hours. It is of three different types. The standard incision most widely used in total knee replacement surgery is the midline incision.

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সাধারণত একটি ইমপ্লান্টের জীবন 20-25 বছর হয়, সুতরাং পুনর্বিবেচনা শল্যচিকিত্সার উদ্বেগটি এতটা বিরক্তিকর নয়।

Do i need to stop my current medication before I travel for the surgery?

Consult your doctor one week before the surgery. You can also let the case manager know about the medications, they can double-check with the treating surgeon.

How much time is needed for recovery after the surgery?

Most people are able to recover within 3 months of the surgery even though it may take upto 5 months or more.

Will i go home with a bandage?

No, the bandage is removed after the surgery and a waterproof dressing is applied for 24 hours.

What does it mean to have bilateral knees?

Bilateral knee replacement is done when both of the knees are being affected, this is a painful degenerative condition which can reduce your mobility and make difficulty in managing the tasks.

Why bilateral knee replacement is done?

The most common reason for bilateral knee replacement surgery is to get relieve from the pain which is being caused due to osteoarthritis. Some people have difficulty in walking, climbing stairs and getting out of chair.

What if i wait for some time and then proceed with the surgery?

Weight gain, decreased endurance, cardiac and pulmonary conditions are all concerns for people who put off joint replacement for too long.In patients who wait too long, the osteoarthritis deteriorates their function.

I am diabetic, hyertensive and a heart patient so what precautions do i need to take?.

Diabetes doesn't seem to raise risks after knee replacement.Increasing age and history of cardiac disease increases the risk of cardiac complication after TKR.If you have high blood pressure and if it is under control, there is no reason to worry about not having a safe and successful surgery.Even if your blood pressure becomes elevated during surgery you will be given intravenous medication to reduce it. Consult your cardiologist if you are planning to undergo the surgery beacuse some medicine doses are modified accordingly.

I have heard that a revision surgery would be required. Is that true?

Usually the life of an implant is 20-25 years, hence, the concern of revision surgery is not that bothersome.

How long will the artificial knee joint last?

Artificial knee joint lasts for more than 25 years but if there is some wear and tear then it can affect its lifespan. In younger people revision is needed.

When can I start walking, climbing stairs and resume driving?

A person can start community walking within 2 weeks and can climb the stairs after 4-5 days and driving after 4-6 weeks.

What is bilateral knee replacement?

Bilateral knee replacement surgery involves one or two surgery in which both knees are being replaced at same time.

Is bilateral knee replacement safe?

The safety of the bilateral knee replacement surgery is controversial some studies have shown higher rate of complication which leads to death whereas other have shown no increase in rate of complication.

What is knee replacement?

Knee replacement is the surgery which is done for replacing a damaged, worn and diseased knee by using an artificial joint. This surgery aims to relieve pain and to restore the proper function or the knee joint.

What are the types of knee replacement surgery?

There are two types of knee replacement surgery which is being decided by the degree of dysfunction of jointm

  1. Total knee replacement- This process involves replacing of the complete knee joint with an artificial joint, this procedure is best for obese patient having severe joint dysfunction

Partial knee replacement-This procedure is done only if one side of the knee is being damaged then this is recommended. This procedure is less extensive and it only involves small incision

What is the right time to undergo knee replacement?

If you have by tired all the non operative treatment such as lifestyle remedies, physical therapies and injections then you should consult an orthopedic surgery for the surgery.

What can I expect during recovery and rehabilitation from knee replacement?

Patient is independent and ambulant within 4-5 days of surgery. Within 24 hours of surgery the patient is made to stand.

How does the artificial knee replacement stays in place?

Artificial knee consist od metal and metal graded plastic known as polyethylene. There are two ways by which the components get attached to the bones one is by using the bone cement and the other is cement free approach in which a clear coating is being placed over the components which allows growth of the bone.

Will my implant be a problem if i am travelling because of the metal detection in airport security check?

All implants are MRI compatible. An implant card is given to the patient that can be shown at airport check.

When can i do namaz post surgery?.

It is recommended after 6 weeks.

Will i go home with a bandage?

No, the bandage is removed after the surgery and a waterproof dressing is applied for 24 hours.

Do i need to stop my current medication before I come to India for the surgery?

Consult your doctor one week before the surgery. You can also let the case manager know about the medications, they can double check with the treating surgeon.

When can I start walking, climbing stairs and resume driving?

Person can start community walking within 2 weeks and can climb the stairs after 4-5 days and driving after 4-6 weeks.

Why physiotherapy sessions are required post surgery?

It is not mandatory but if the patient is willing for physiotherapy He/She can take it for 2-3 weeks post surgery. The physiotherapy is provided to patient during hospitalization and patient learns the exercises to be done post discharge.

What can I expect during recovery and rehabilitation from knee replacement?

The patient is independent and ambulant within 4-5 days of surgery. Within 24 hours of surgery, the patient is made to stand.

Knock knee surgery

Is surgery good for knock knees?

knock knees surgery slows the growth on the side which bend on the bone so that other side can catch up a small metal device is implanted on the inner side of the knees while the outer side of the knees continues growing and causes legs to grow straight.

How knock knee surgery is done?

This surgery is being done by making only a small 1 cm cut under general anaesthesia and through that small window the deformed part of bone is weakened inside with the help of a tool called osteotome.

How long is knock knee surgery?

The surgery typically takes one to two hours to complete.

Can knock knees be corrected in adults?

Yes, knoxk knees can be corrected in adults there is no age limit for it. The surgical technique varies according to the age, adults can get benefit from the surgery by correcting their deformity.

How is knock knee treated?

The mild cases of knock knees bracing will help in repositioning the knees, when this does not work or the patient is adult at the time of diagnosis then knee- realignment osteotomy is being done to prevent or delay the need for knee replacement.  In severe cases surgery is done on which the bone is cut and then realigned which is needed to straighten the leg.

 

What causes knock knee?

Knock knees can be caused due to variety of conditions such as metabolic disease, renal failure, physical trauma, arthritis, bone infection, rickets, congenital conditions, growth plate injury, benign bone tumors and fractures which heals with a deformity.

What is knock knee surgery?

Knock knee surgery is the surgery which is used for correcting the deformities of nose which do not get better with time. This procedure is used for straightening the legs by changing the angles of the bones. This is done by cutting and relining bone above or below knee.

How is knock knee surgery treatment?

Surgery for knock knees is not necessary in every case in some cases surgery is recommended if it is severe. Two procedures are mainly opted for surgery which are:

  1. Guided growth-In this surgery a small metal plates is being placed on the inner side of the knees which helps in correcting the growth with a time period of around 12months. After completing the treatment the plates will be removed.
  2. Osteotomy- In this surgery a thin wedge of bone is removed from legs so that they can be realigned in proper position and after that plates and screws are being used to fix bones in their new position.
  3. Knee replacement- In case of an knee replacement an artificial knee that has been aligned correctly will be used in replacing the knock knee.

Is knock knee a deformity?

Knock knee is a deformity in which knees angle touch each other and the legs are straightened. People who are having this deformity are not able to touch their knees together simultaneously.

Can knock knees be corrected with surgery?

Yes it can be corrected with surgery and there is no age limit for correcting knock knees. In children minor surgery is being done to guide the bone and in adults ostetomy is being done to correct the knees.

How is knock knee diagnosed?

A physical examination of legs and gait is needed, standing alignment x ray or EOS image will help to confirm the diagnosis. Radiological images of the leg from hip down to ankle help the doctor to locate the exact location and mechanical axis of deformity.

Which anaesthesia is administered for knock knees?

This surgery is done mainly under general anaesthesia

How knock knee is diagnosed?

knock knee is diagnosed as physical examination of legs and gait. X ray and EOS examination will help in diagnosing this .The radiological image will help in diagnosing this deformity of the leg from hip to ankle which helps the doctor in locating the exact location and the axis of deformity.

How much time is needed for knock knee surgery?

It will take around one to two hours to complete the surgery

Is knock-knee surgery risky?

Any surgery is risky because it has some risk of blood clot, pain, swelling, bleeding and some other complications but it is only going to affect only a small percent of patient.

How long does it take to heal from osteotomy?

You will need around three to six months to heal from osteotomy and around a year before you can participate in any vigorous activities such as Jogging.

What are the side effects of knock knee surgery?

There can be infection in the bone and the surrounding soft tissue and in some cases the pieces of bone fails to tie together.

When I can drive after knock knee surgery?

You can drive after 2 weeks of the surgery if you are not taking any pain medications.

How much time does it take to recover completely after surgery?

It will take around three to six months to recover completely after surgery.

Is knock knee surgery painful?

Knock knee surgery is not painful you may experience some pain swelling and discomfort after surgery which can be managed with taking proper medications.

What are the symptoms of knock knee?

Symptoms of knock knee are difficulty in walking, knee pain, reduce range of motion, foot pain, feet not touching and difficulty in walking and running.

Can this therapy be corrected without surgery?

For older people this treatment involves stretching or exercise but in older adults your doctor may recommend you for surgery.

What is the recovery like after knock knee surgery?

Your recovery will take around six months, you can start doing your physical activity after six weeks. Healing of the bone is necessary before the treatment.

Are knock knees normal?

Knock knees remains outside the developmental growth which is caused by disease, infection or any other condition. If the angle of legs from hip fall outside the normal pattern with time it becomes worse and present on only one side of the body and this can be more serious.

Is there any alternative treatment for knock knee?

In most of the cases it treats by itself when the child grows such as using medications, following weight loss regimen, regular exercises nad use of orthotics.

Is Knock knee considered safe?

Any major surgery in which general anaesthesia is needed has some risks along with it. This surgery has minor risks such as blood clots and deep vein thrombosis which affects only a small percentage of people.

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