Pune's Top Joint Replacement Surgeon
Don't let your problems in hips, knees, shoulders or ankles stop you from leading an active lifestyle. At Polaris healthcare, our expert team of highly qualified medical professionals provide tailored treatment options to help you regain mobility with comfort and care.
Joint Replacement Surgeries
Polaris Healthcare is committed to providing exceptional joint replacement surgery to its patients. Our team of joint specialist doctors in Pune comprises top experts in the field of joint replacement who are committed to offering cutting-edge surgical techniques and personalised treatment plans to ensure our patients receive the best possible care.
At Polaris Healthcare, we prioritise patient comfort and care during joint replacement surgery. Our doctors develop individualised treatment plans for patients, including advanced pain management techniques, to minimise joint discomfort and ensure a speedy recovery. Joint replacement surgery alleviates pain, restores joint function, and improves the quality of life for patients with severe joint damage or arthritis. By replacing the damaged joint with an artificial joint, patients can regain independence, resume an active lifestyle, and enhance their overall well-being. This procedure is recommended when medication or physical therapy is not effective.
Why Choose Us For Your Joint Problems In Pune?
From preoperative preparation to postoperative rehabilitation, our multidisciplinary approach ensures that patients receive comprehensive care throughout the entire joint replacement process. We strive to enhance patient outcomes, minimise complications, and facilitate a smooth recovery by providing high-quality multidisciplinary care.
We recognize that every patient has unique needs and concerns and work closely with them to develop an individualised treatment plan that meets their specific requirements. Our doctors provide one-on-one consultations to assess patients' joint health, medical history, and lifestyle and discuss their joint replacement surgery goals.
A Safer Way to
At Polaris Healthcare, we prioritise patient safety during joint replacement surgery. Our team of joint specialist doctors in Pune is well-versed in the latest pain management techniques and will work closely with patients to develop a personalised pain management plan that is safe and effective.
Our team of joint specialist doctors in Pune is well-trained in the latest surgical techniques and uses advanced technology such as computer-assisted navigation and robotic-assisted surgery to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients and to promote a smooth recovery resulting in fewer hospital stays.
When should I visit the hospital?
If you're experiencing any of the following symptoms in your joints, bones, or muscles, book an appointment with the joint replacement doctors in Pune as soon as possible:
Difficulty performing everyday tasks due to pain, stiffness, or discomfort
Chronic soreness lasting for more than a month
Discomfort while standing or moving
Limited range of motion
Soft tissue injury that hasn't improved in 48 hours
Radiating pain in your leg
Back or neck discomfort
Equipment/ Technology used.
The Department of Orthopaedics utilises state-of-the-art operation theatres that adhere to global standards in equipment and technology. OTs are equipped with laminar flow systems featuring HEPA filters to ensure an infection-free environment. Surgeons also use space suits with hoods as an added barrier.
For post-operative treatment, a top-tier Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Center is available to provide the highest quality care. Comprehensive, patient-centred rehabilitation programs are available, featuring all necessary modalities to ensure thorough treatment and recovery. Also, congenital conditions such as residual polio can be corrected surgically.
key Surgeries Performed at Polaris Healthcare
Total Hip Replacement
Partial Hip replacement.
Total knee replacement
Unilateral knee replacement
Cartilage Regeneration Surgery
Autologous Chondrocyte implantation for Cartilage Detect
Fracture Around the Knee
Patella Fracture case
Femur Fracture Case (PFN)
1. What is joint replacement surgery?
Joint replacement surgery is a procedure in which a damaged or diseased joint is replaced with an artificial joint, typically made of metal, plastic, or ceramic components. It is a common treatment for individuals with severe arthritis or other conditions that have caused significant joint damage and pain.
2. Is surgery necessary if I visit an orthopaedic surgeon?
Orthopaedic surgeons typically employ non-surgical treatment methods to address injuries and illnesses. Surgery is a last resort and is recommended only if alternative treatments are ineffective in improving the patient's condition.
3. When should a patient get surgery?
The decision to undergo surgery depends on various factors, such as the patient's medical condition, the severity of their symptoms, and the potential benefits and risks of the procedure. Generally, surgery is recommended when other non-surgical treatments have failed to improve the patient's condition or when the condition is likely to worsen without surgical intervention. The final decision regarding surgery should be made in consultation with our healthcare professional.
4. What are the benefits of joint replacement surgery?
Joint replacement surgery can significantly improve joint function and mobility, reduce pain and discomfort, and enhance the overall quality of life. It can also help individuals regain their independence, improve their ability to perform daily activities, and engage in physical activity, leading to improved physical and mental health.
5. How long will it take to recover?
The duration of post-surgical rehabilitation and recovery depends on multiple factors, such as your overall health, the type of surgery, and the severity of your condition. Recovery can take several days to weeks, and a full recovery may take longer. At Polaris healthcare, our team provides a personalised recovery plan, including physical therapy, to help you regain mobility and return to normal activities as soon as possible.