Best Knee Replacement Surgeon in Shivaji Nagar

The knee is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body. The knee joins the thigh bone (femur) to the shin bone (tibia). The fibula, smaller bone that runs alongside the tibia and the kneecap (patella) are the other bones that make-up the knee joint.

There is nothing to deny the fact that Dr. Hrishikesh Patkar is the best knee replacement surgeon in Shivaji Nagar, Pune. At present, he is working as a consultant in various super-specialty hospitals all across the capital city of Maharashtra. He specializes in the likes of hip, trauma, knee, and Osseo-integration surgeries. He is keenly interested in revision knee and hip arthroplasty, also known as joint replacements, with a special focus on partial and total femur replacements. T

What is knee replacement surgery?

The process of knee replacement surgery is also referred to as knee arthroplasty. It is supposed to help relieve the pain that you are feeling in that part of your body and restore it to normal functioning condition. These surgical procedures are used only when the knee is in a serious condition and when nothing else can be done or all other forms of treatment have failed. However, you can be sure that when the work is being done by the best knee replacement surgeon in Bavdhan, Pune there is nothing that you need to worry about.        

A few things to know about knee replacement surgery!

Over here, you may be getting treated by the best knee replacement surgeon in Shivaji Nagar, Bavdhan Pune. However, even then there are a few steps that you can take to make sure that your surgery is successful. First of all, get your home ready for life after such an arduous process. Start working out to make your body stronger before – and after – the surgery. Get help from people you love and trust. Limit your alcohol intake and smoking.

Tendons connect the knee bones to the leg muscles that move the knee joint. Ligaments join the knee bones and provide stability to the knee:

The anterior cruciate ligament prevents the femur from sliding backward on the tibia (or the tibia sliding forward on the femur).

The posterior cruciate ligament prevents the femur from sliding forward on the tibia (or the tibia from sliding backward on the femur).

The medial and lateral collateral ligaments prevent the femur from sliding side to side.

Two C-shaped pieces of cartilage called the medial and lateral menisci act as shock absorbers between the femur and tibia.

Numerous bursae, fluid-filled sacs, help the knee move smoothly.

Dr. Hrishikesh Patkar has a special interest in ACL Reconstruction using anatomy preserving technology and Knee Replacement Surgery using computerized navigation technology. He is one of the best knee replacement surgeon in Shivaji Nagar, Bavdhan Pune.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Would Someone Need Total Knee Replacement?

Total knee replacement is often necessary after the cartilage between a patient’s femur and pelvis wears out. Osteoarthritis often results from the lack of cartilage and leaves patients with severe achy pain and immobility. Typically, a knee replacement is not performed unless nonsurgical methods fail to relieve knee pain.

What Happens During a Total Knee Replacement?

While the patient is under anesthesia, the knee is cut open and the arthritic bone in the socket of the joint is cleaned out. The surgeon also removes arthritic bone from the femur and the tibia, then inserts an artificial prosthesis. The joint is then complete and the surgeon shaves arthritic bone from the knee cap before replacing it and closing the incision.

The future of Total Knee Replacement Surgery ?

Real-time Computer Navigation is a relatively new approach to Total Knee Replacement Surgery, which helps the patients improve their clinical outcomes.

Will I Be Pain-Free After My Surgery?

Although patients are sore after surgery, most knee replacement patients report being completely pain-free after 4-6 weeks. Additionally, 95% of knee replacement patients reported having less pain one year after their surgery than before it, according to Total Knee Replacements.

Can I sit on the floor/squat/crossed legged?

One can sit on the floor now normally six months after the surgery. This clearly depends on how one does the surgery and the use of certain implants.

But it isn’t advisable to do so after a knee replacement keeping in mind the chances of a wear provided in an artificial joint.

What Are the Risks of Knee Replacement?

Here is a list of potential post-surgery complications:

Blood clots





Need for second knee replacement

Dr. Hrishikesh Patkar and your physical therapists will evaluate your risk for complications and provide specific treatments to avoid these risks.

What is the cost of the Total Knee Replacement Surgery?

The cost of the surgery is normally divided in two parts. One of which includes the hospital stay, operating room charges, use of consumables, pharmacy, surgeon charges etc and the latter which includes implants depending on what is to be used.

All these costs are normally covered by the insurance company, and we can organise packages with the hospitals where he operates to minimise your burden in the absence of insurance. 

Dr. Hrishikesh Patkar would be happy to provide all the information to you during consultation

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