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According to Dr. Tejas Gandhi, Arihant Orthopaedic Hospital and Joint Replacement Centre and Associated Orthopaedic and Joint replacement surgeon in ahmedabad, TKR Doctor in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Rajasthan. The present day systems that claim to provide smooth and stable movement to closely match patient's natural anatomy have not been able to address the existing gaps in total knee replacement. The success of a knee replacement system depends on its design features and the clinical use in a patient, which these systems lack. Extending on the legacy of clinically proven designs with 25 years of successful results, the Personal knee is by far the most comprehensive knee replacement system offering an anatomical design and has already seen a successful implantation of more than 1,00,000 knees globally. This system replicates the natural knee joint and takes care of patient size, shape, gender, ethnicity and stature.

Dr. Tejas Gandhi is the best surgeon for Knee Replacement, Total Knee Replacement and Joint Replacement Doctor(Surgeon) in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. The prescription of this system allows Dr. Tejas Gandhi to offer each of his patients a personalized fit and gives them a natural feel. The precise fit of the implant reduces wear hence giving long life to the implant. This is the latest generation implant system and one must consider this kind of system over others is possible. Our USP is to give personalized care in a very friendly environment using only the top notch implants with proven track record. The packages & facilities suites all class of patients.

1. Our Min/Max Approach

Sr.No. Minimal Approach Maximum Approach
1 Minimum Stay Maximum Knee Range of Movement
2 Minimum Incision Maximum Durability of Joint
3 Minimum Post Operation Rehabilitation Maximum activity to patient
4 Minimum Physio Maximum Satisfaction like Natural Knee
5 Minimum Pain
6 Minimum Blood Loss
7 At par Minimum Cost

How to reduce wear

  • Weight Management.
  • No Cross legged siiting.Avoid unless its very necesaary.
  • Use of Western commords.
  • Diet control.
  • Walking is allowed but not running.
  • No extreme activities.
  • You can Play Garba,you can do swimming,regular things but not extreme.
  • Calcium intake.
  • Femur
  • Tibia
  • Insert
  • Patela
  • Infection
  • Wear & Tear of Plastic
  • Lossening of the implant
  • Improper alignment of the implant
Biggets and most common reason for early knee failure.
  • Follow your surgeon's and physical therapist's instructions carefully. Take care of your lungs. The tissues of your body need plenty of oxygen to heal properly. If your lungs are not exercised properly, it can lead to poor blood oxygen levels and may even cause pneumonia.
  • Manage your pain as directed. Be sure to take pain medications as prescribed by your doctor. If your medication is not relieving the pain sufficiently, be sure to tell your doctor.
  • Control swelling to help reduce pain and improve your circulation and range of motion. Put ice cubes in a sealable plastic bag, wrap it in a towel (or you could burn your skin) and apply to your knee. You should also elevate your knee. In bed you can do this with pillows to lift your knee above the level of your heart.
  • Rest. It's important to get plenty of sleep to help your knee heal. If you are having problems sleeping, speak to your doctor. He or she can recommend an over-the-counter sleep aid or prescribe medication to help you.

Participate in high-impact activities or activities with a high risk of injury . These include those that can result in falling, getting tangled with opponents or fracturing the bone around the implant.

Participate in any of the following activities:

  • Twist your knee . Instead, turn your entire body to avoid stress on your knee. Avoid any jarring forces on your knee.
  • High-impact aerobics
  • High-intensity jogging/running
  • Mogul skiing
  • Martial arts
  • Rope jumping
  • Rough contact sports

(Note: this is not a complete list)

  • Twist your knee . Instead, turn your entire body to avoid stress on your knee. Avoid any jarring forces on your knee.
  • Schedule dental work or surgical procedures on your bladder or colon without consulting your surgeon first . These can cause bacteria to enter your bloodstream and may lead to infection in your new joint. Before you have any procedures done, be sure to discuss them with your surgeon. Also, make sure every doctor you visit knows about your knee replacement surgery so they can take the appropriate precautions against infection.
  • Lift heavy objects. Doing so can cause damage to your new knee.
  • Push yourself too hard.