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ACL Reconstruction

Anterior cruciate ligament located in the knee to maintain stability of the knee suffers the most common damage due to its tremendous wear and tear. ACL reconstruction is an arthroscopic procedure to remove the torn ligament and replace it with a graft to restore its function. ACL injuries are most commonly seen in contact sports and causes intense pain. Post-surgical pain and rehabilitation is management through exhaustive physical exercise so as to help the individual gain normalcy in life and activities.

Arthroscopic Lateral Release

Arthroscopic lateral release is the surgical procedure to treat a knee cap which has abnormally moved away from the groove to the side. This condition is a common sports related injury. The misaligned knee cap is arthroscopically moved back into the groove, after which the patient is advised strict therapeutic regimen involving flexing and load bearing to regain normalcy.

Arthroscopic Menisectomy

Meniscus, the load bearing cartilage of the knee, undergoes intense tear with ageing or as a result of sports injuries. This is treated through arthroscopic menisectomy wherein the damaged portions are surgically removed in order to alleviate the pain and discomfort caused due to worn out meniscus. The procedure is minimally invasive and is considered to be the safest approach towards treating the problem of damaged meniscus.

Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation

Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation is the procedure used to repair damaged articular cartilage wherein a small piece of the cartilage is harvested to obtain and expand chrondrocytes and implanted back into the knee needing repair. Post-surgical exercise and restricted weight distribution are advised for appropriate recovery and normalcy to be attained.

High Tibial Osteotomy

Intense pain and instability of arthritic knee is treated with High tibial osteotomy procedure. This procedure helps to realign the leg as well as prolongs the life of the damaged knee. HTO procedure is usually suggested for patients who are younger and generally more active.

Knee Arthroscopy

Knee arthroscopy is the minimally invasive surgical technique used to treat knees damaged due to various reasons wherein the surgeon is able to view the inside of the knee through a small incision and a tiny camera (arthroscope) inserted through the insertion.

Meniscal Repair

Meniscal repair is a minimally invasive surgical technique wherein the surgeon repairs a torn meniscus through a keyhole incision. The procedure is administered as an out-patient procedure and is paired with intense post-surgery exercise regimen to allow for appropriate healing and recovery of the treated knee.

Microfracture

Microfracture is a minimally invasive surgical technique used to repair articular cartilage damaged all the way up to the bone. This procedure involves creating microfractures in the underlying bone thereby triggering the growth of new cartilage cells. This is a quick procedure with significantly shorter recovery.

OATS Surgery

Osteochondral Autograft Transfer System (OATS) surgery is the procedure whereby healthy cartilage from the non-weight bearing part of the knee is transferred to the damaged area of the cartilage in the affected knee. This transfer triggers new cartilage cells to grow thereby healing the damage.

Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement

Damaged knee is one of the most common complaints reported these days. Advancement in technology has made it much easier and swifter to address these complaints in a minimally invasive manner. Arthroscopic knee replacement involves surgically treating the damaged knee through the use of an arthroscopy. The key to full repair of the treated knee is to meticulously follow the post-surgical exercise regimen with utmost dedication.

Mosaicplasty

Mosaicplasty address damaged knee by grafting small circular grafts from the non-weight bearing knee and harvesting them on to the damaged sections of the knee to be treated. This too is a minimally invasive procedure with a four to five weeks of post-operative recovery period. The care and rehabilitation during the post-operative phase largely impact recovery and extent to which the repaired knee regains normalcy.

Open Reduction & Internal Fixation

Open Reduction and Internal Fixation (ORIF) is a surgical procedure to repair and fix broken bones. The procedure itself involves the removal or realignment of the broken bone after which the broken bone is held together through the administration of internal fixation devices such as pins, rods, screws or plates.

Patellar Stabilization

The process of patella stabilization involves solidifying the knee cap back into the socket in cases where there is high risk of dislocation from the socket. Stabilization can be done non-surgically through the use of braces or surgically through the administration of different types of procedures such as reconstruction with graft, realignment of the patella, arthroscopic procedure and lateral release.

Patello Femoral Replacement

Patello femoral replacement is also known as ‘partial’ knee replacement wherein only a portion of the knee is repaired. This procedure is done particularly when the damage of bone and cartilage is limited to the underside of the kneecap and the channel-like groove in the thighbone. In such a case, only the damaged section of the knee is repaired rather than a total knee replacement. The procedure allows for quicker recovery for patients.

PCL Reconstruction

Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) injury most often occurs as a result of a sports accident when the knee receives a direct blow while in flexed position. An injured PCL does not heal itself nor is it possible for a torn PCL to be repaired. The only option is to reconstruct a torn PCL through grafts such as the patient’s own hamstring tendon or could be taken from another person. This procedure is done arthroscopically, and like the other arthroscopic procedures, this too required for dedicated rehabilitation and exercise routine to strengthen the repaired knee.

Revision ACL Reconstruction for Failed Surgery

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) like PCL is also one of the most commonly injured ligaments, especially in sport. This injury is treated arthroscopically with the use of a graft held together in place with screws until the cartilage grows and the damage is healed. The patient is required to follow a strict exercise and physiotherapy regimen to aid complete healing and recovery of the repaired knee.

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