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Best Knee Joint Preservation In Nagpur

Best Knee Joint Preservation

Knee joint preservation is an important aspect of maintaining knee health and preventing knee-related problems. While I can provide some general information, it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional for a comprehensive evaluation and personalized advice.
Joint preservation is a less invasive medical approach to treat the joint and cause of the pain whilst still preserving the joint and trying to prevent replacement surgery. It is used as a means to prevent or delay the onset of osteoarthritis or other degenerative conditions affecting the joints and to save the joint from replacement surgery, or at least delay replacement surgery for as long as possible. While total joint replacement is often necessary and does have its place, joint preservation procedures reduce the risk of complications from implant surgery and infection. Joint preservation is most often used on the hip, knee, or shoulder but can be used for any joint.

Symptoms of Knee Joint Problems:

  1. Pain in the knee joint, which may be sharp or dull
  2. Swelling and inflammation around the knee
  3. Stiffness or difficulty moving the knee joint
  4. Clicking or popping sounds during knee movement
  5. Feeling of instability or giving way of the knee
  6. Reduced range of motion and flexibility in the knee

Causes of joint pain

The causes of joint pain may include:

  • Tendonitis¬†or tendon degeneration.
  • Bursitis.
  • Muscle strain.
  • Arthritis.

Treatment Options for Knee Joint Problems:

  1. Non-surgical approaches: These may include rest, physical therapy, pain management with medication, and the use of assistive devices like braces or crutches.
  2. Surgical interventions: In more severe cases, surgical options such as arthroscopy, cartilage restoration, or joint replacement may be considered. These options depend on the specific knee condition and the extent of damage.

We have a team of top-ranked orthopaedic surgeons dedicated to joint preservation who prefer to save your joint rather than replace it; however, a lot will depend on your age and how severe the condition of the joint is. It is impossible to determine this without input from your doctor. They will perform a detailed analysis of the joints before exploring surgical options and will ask the following questions to ensure the optimal surgical approach is considered:

  • Taking a look at your injury, do you require surgery to treat it?
  • If you require surgery, what type of surgery is needed?
  • What do you need to know to help prepare you for surgery, if required?

Recovery and Rehabilitation:

Recovery from knee joint problems varies depending on the underlying condition and the type of treatment received. However, the following general guidelines can be beneficial:

  1. Attend scheduled follow-up appointments and physical therapy sessions as recommended.
  2. Gradually increase physical activity and exercise, under the guidance of a healthcare professional or physical therapist.
  3. Apply ice packs and elevate the leg to reduce swelling and pain.
  4. Use supportive devices such as knee braces or crutches as prescribed.

Prevention and Precautions:

  1. Maintain a healthy weight: Excess weight puts additional stress on the knees, increasing the risk of joint damage.
  2. Engage in low-impact exercises: Opt for activities like swimming, cycling, or using an elliptical machine to minimize impact on the knees.
  3. Use proper techniques: When exercising or participating in sports, use correct form and technique to avoid unnecessary strain on the knees.
  4. Strengthen the muscles around the knee: Focus on exercises that target the quadriceps, hamstrings, and hip muscles to provide better support and stability to the knee joint.
  5. Take breaks and rest: Avoid prolonged periods of high-impact activities and allow time for recovery and rest.