Shoulder Replacement Cost In India

Minimum Cost Rs.333000
Maximum Cost Rs.444000
  • Days In Hospital 3 days
  • Outside Hospital Stay 10 days
  • Success Rate 92-95%
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Cost of Shoulder Replacement in India: Detailed Overview

Shoulder Replacement cost in India for Indian Patients is between Rs.333000 to Rs.444000. Cost for International patients is between USD 6750 to USD 8250.

Patient has to stay in the hospital for 3 days and outside the hospital for 10 days. The total cost of the treatment depends on the diagnosis and facilities opted by the patient.

Shoulder replacement is a surgical procedure in which all or part of the glenohumeral joint is replaced by a prosthetic implant.
The Surgery of Shoulder Replacement involves the insertion of the temporary ball into the new socket and moving the shoulder around to make sure the shoulder joint has ease of motion and does not dislocate. The surgeon will then dislocate the joint, remove the temporary component, and attach the final prosthesis.

Doctors for Shoulder Replacement in India

The right doctor to consult for Shoulder Replacement is an Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon along with a Physiotherapist.

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Inclusions in the package

The cost of Shoulder Replacement includes:

  • Preoperative diagnostic tests cost (some tests that may be required -  chest X-ray, blood work, and EKG (heart tracing) }

  • Surgery cost (depends on whether there is a requirement for an implant)

  • Types of implant [Ti-6Al-4V (titanium-aluminum-vanadium) and CoCrMo (cobalt-chromium-molybdenum)]

  • Type of surgery (Anatomic total shoulder replacement, Reverse total shoulder replacement, Partial shoulder replacement, etc.)

  • Post-Operative cost (depends on the number of follow-up sessions)

  • Medicine cost (Anti-inflammatory, Pain Killers, Antibiotics, etc.)

  • Patient's hospital stay

Factors affecting cost of Shoulder Replacement

The overall cost of the procedure also varies based on the patient's condition and preferences. Some of these factors are:

  • Type of hospital and room opted (General, Twin sharing, or Single room)

  • The severity of the disease 

  • Post-surgical complications if it happens (such as Dislocation, Fracture, Implant loosening, Rotator cuff failure, etc.)

  • Cost of Blood products (if required)

  • An extended stay at the Hospital

  • Cost of Accommodation during follow-ups, in case the patient is not a local resident

  • If any extra investigations are required

Cost related to Shoulder Replacement in India

Listing approximate price of Shoulder Replacement and some related procedures. The prices may change depending upon the centers and condition of the patient.

Treatment name Min. Cost Max. Cost
Shoulder Replacement Surgery Rs.333000 Rs.444000
Repair of dislocations Rs.199800 Rs.266400

How much does Shoulder Replacement cost in different cities in India?

The price varies across the cities. Tier 1 Cities are usualy more expencive thane tier 2 cities. The price for Shoulder Replacement in different cities in India is approximately in the range of:

Cities Min. Cost Max Cost
New Delhi Rs.281385 Rs.440115
Gurgaon Rs.288600 Rs.432900
Noida Rs.270563 Rs.450938
Chennai Rs.288600 Rs.414863
Mumbai Rs.295815 Rs.440115
Bangalore Rs.281385 Rs.425685
Kolkata Rs.270563 Rs.407648
Jaipur Rs.252525 Rs.404040
Mohali Rs.259740 Rs.613275
Ahmedabad Rs.241703 Rs.400433
Hyderabad Rs.277778 Rs.422078

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How much does Shoulder Replacement cost in different countries?

For patients planning to travel abroad it is useful to know the price in destinations popular with medical travellers. The price for Shoulder Replacement in different countries is approximately:

Countries Min. Cost Max. Cost
Turkey USD 4000 USD 6000
Thailand USD 5600 USD 8400
Germany USD 19200 USD 28800
Israel USD 8000 USD 12000
Singapore USD 9600 USD 14400
Malaysia USD 12000 USD 18000

Success Rate

The success rate is high and varies between 92-95%. After, the Shoulder Replacement Surgery, the individual is advised to take 6 weeks rest and asked to perform strengthening exercises. Regaining full strength and range of motion can take up to a year.
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Frequently Asked Questions Related to Shoulder Replacement Cost

A chest X-ray, blood work, and EKG (heart tracing) are done before a shoulder replacement surgery. The package generally includes the cost of the tests as well.

Medicines such as aspirin, ibuprofen, warfarin, apixaban, and clopidogrel are generally taken to help with pain management. The medicines that you consume at the hospital during your shoulder surgery are covered in the package, but the prescribed ones for recovery, once you leave the hospital, are not covered in the package price.

Yes, after the surgery, you will be on pain medications given to you by your doctor and you would also require physical therapy and rehabilitation to gain muscle strength. These are extra costs and not a part of the package price.

Usually, the patient needs to stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days, though it also depends on the individual case and the signs of progress. After getting discharged, you will require assistance for about six weeks after surgery.

Shoulder replacement surgery is usually covered under a health insurance policy. The coverage is also given on pre and post-hospitalization costs and partial medications. Please check with your insurance provider for a plan that suits your need.

The most common alternatives to shoulder replacement include arthroscopic biological total shoulder resurfacing (ABTSR), glenoid resurfacing (GR), or humeral head resurfacing (HHR). you can avoid surgery and recover with a holistic approach of physical therapy and medication.

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Everything You Need to Know About Shoulder Replacement: Q&A

Before the Procedure (10 Questions):

উপলভ্য বিকল্পগুলি হ'ল নন-স্টেরয়েডাল অ্যান্টি-ইনফ্লেমেটরি ড্রাগস (এন.এস.এ.আই.ডি), রোগ-সংশোধনকারী অ্যান্টি-রিউম্যাটিক ড্রাগ (ডি.এম.এ.আর.ডি), স্টেরয়েড ইনজেকশন এবং ফিজিওথেরাপি।

Usually, it is observed that shoulder replacement lasts for around 10 years or more after this time it may loosen or wear out.

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

Usually it is not required.

The available options are Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), Disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs), Steroid Injections and Physiotherapy.

Shoulder replacement surgery is a procedure which reduces or try to reduce the source of pain and disfunction of shoulder by repairing the damaged part of shoulder joint.

The most common reasons for shoulder replacement surgery are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and avascular necrosis. This process will help you in getting relieve from pain and also improves your muscle strength and increase your range of motion.

The prosthesis used in shoulder replacement is being made of a humeral ball in which a special type of stainless steel is being attached which is made of titanium and it keeps the ball attached to your arm while a polyethylene cup s used for replacing the glenoid socket.

You can be the candidate for shoulder replacement surgery if:

  • Shoulder pain is severe which is interfering with daily life activities.
  • There is no relief even after trying anti-inflammatory medicines, cortisone injection or physiotherapy
  • You’ve tried anti-inflammatory medications, cortisone injections and physical therapy with no relief.

Some of the advantages of shoulder replacement surgery are:

  • Pain relief and improved range of motion and function.
  • You will get to relieve from pain and movement also improved.

During the Procedure (7 Questions):

The patient will be staying in hospital for five days.

It will usually takes 2 hours.

Your consultation visit and initial appointment with the orthopedic surgeon will include a series of x-rays, a physical examination and a thorough review of your medical history. By physical examination you will get to know about the source of pain and the decrease range of motion. While the x ray examination reveals bone spur, the damaged joint surfaces and the narrow joint spaces. In case if there was any trauma or injury the x ray will help in evaluating whether it can be fixed r it is needed to be replaced.

You will get enough time to plan for the surgery a series of tests should be done one to two weeks before the surgery. The test include blood test, electrocardiogram, if you are taking some medications you will be told to discontinue such as any anti-inflammatory medication.

It will take almost 2 hours for shoulder replacement surgery to be done, it will take one to two hour for you to recover completely from general anesthesia.

You will be under general anesthesia to keep you asleep.

In shoulder replacement surgery, a plastic lining is attached to the socket to allow smooth movement a top of the arm bone is being removed and metal stem with a ball on the end is inserted. If your rotator cuff is being damaged and the joint may not be stable or work properly.

Post the Procedure (7 Questions):

Can usually return to desk work within 2-4 weeks from the time of surgery but that heavier work is restricted for four months or more, depends on the strength, progress of the shoulder.

After being transported to your room your vitals will be evaluated and your arms will be placed in sling position for the first 24 hours after surgery.  After coming from hospital you will be able to move and get out of the bed. You should wear loose fitting clothes.

The result of the procedure will depend on your performance it depends on the stretching and strengthening of the muscles with time.  It basically depends on your activity level.

Some of the complications of the procedure include infection, nerve Injury, dislocation and some prosthesis related problems.

After discharge you should limit yourself from lifting any heavier object whose weight is more than a glass of water.  You should avoid placing arm in extreme position for the first six weeks after surgery, you should not stretch to the outside and behind your neck.  You must be go regularly to your therapist, for strengthening your muscles.

The recovery period varies from person to person and also depend on the type of surgery you had.

If you are experiencing any symptoms such as fever, decreased of motion, redness, swelling or increase in pain or change in sensation or movement after your nerve block is cleared, then you should immediately contact your doctor.

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