AJRC- Joint Replacement Hospital In Bihar For Pain Free Tomorrow
The Joint Replacement Hospital is well known for treating elbow, shoulder, hip, knee, and other joint pains and illnesses using a patient-centric approach.
The Joint Replacement Department at AJRC is the go-to place for comprehensive treatment and to get relief from joint pain and problems. We are dedicated to improving your quality of life by using the most advanced technology and the skills of the most skilled surgeons in our patient-centric approach.
Advantages of Robotic Surgery
Types Of Joint Replacement Surgeries & Treatments
Total Hip Replacement (THR)
Total Knee Replacement (TKR)
Total Shoulder Replacement
Total Elbow Replacement
Total Ankle Replacement
Total Wrist Replacement Delux
Total Finger Joint Replacement
Total Toe Joint Replacement
Total Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Replacement
Indications for Joint Replacement Surgery
Knee, Hip joints causing severe pain
Joint diseases affecting multiple joints
Lack of blood supply to the bone tissue
Limited range of motion
Really experienced doctor in Patna. Best orthopaedic surgeon in Patna. Robotic treatment given at minimal price. I suggest you to visit for best treatments.
best treatment we have got in AJRC Good doctors and sisters and brothers all staff behaviors good.
Barun Chandra Sarkar
Efficient and instant response. Humble treatment by Dr Ashish Singh sir and team. Patient name MIRAJUDDIN AHMED From Tinsukia assam.
Best doctor in patna orthopaedic... Dr Ashish sir is very good person and helpful most importantly behaviour is very nice...
Joint Replacement Surgery FAQs
A person experiencing pain and incapacity may find that their lifestyle is drastically changed by knee or hip replacement surgery. These replacement operations can help you resume enjoying regular, everyday activities by relieving your pain. Technological and surgical advancements in joint replacement have significantly improved the outcomes.
On the day of the procedure or the next day, you can usually get out of bed. A physiotherapist is going to help you. Most of the time, knee bending begins right away. You can use a walker to assist you in taking a few steps once your muscular strength has returned. You can go for quick walks thereafter. You can begin ascending stairs by the third or fourth day if your progress is rapid.
Your knees and feet should be directed straight ahead rather than in or out. As directed by your therapist, you should either have your knees bent or stretched out. Take a seat in a stiff chair with armrests and a straight back. Steep chairs, couches, rocking chairs, soft chairs, and stools should be avoided following surgery.