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Medic-All Orthopedics Center, FEMH 〉 Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Total Knee Replacement Surgery

- Minimally invasive knee replacement surgery
- Painless joint replacement surgery
- Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery
- Computer-aided knee replacement surgery
- MAKOplasty knee replacement surgery

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Overview
  • Minimally invasive knee replacement surgery
Compared to the traditional knee replacement surgery, minimally invasive method is performed through a shorter incision (less than 10 cm), which allows better post-surgical recovery. In addition to a shorter incision, there is less damage to quadriceps tendon, whose function can recover faster as well. Patients are able to get out of bed and practice walking 2 to 3 days after the surgery.
 
  • Painless joint replacement surgery
Patients are given drugs before procedure, injected newly designed painless recipe during the surgery, and then use patient controlled analgesia to relieve the pain. People are not scared to joint replacement surgery anymore because of pain relief. It leads to not only better post-op recovery, but also increased surgery satisfaction.
 
  • Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery
With the minimally invasive method, patients has a smaller wound (less than 10 cm) and are able to walk on the day or the next day after surgery.
 
  • Computer-aided knee replacement surgery
Using computer navigation aid in knee replacement surgery, physicians can select the most suitable joint materials before starting the procedure, and make the fine adjustment to achieve the best replacement. Furthermore, computer-aided surgery would not cause damage to medullary cavity, resulting decreased risk of thrombosis and reduced blood loss.
 
  • MAKOplasty® knee replacement surgery
MAKOplasty® knee replacement surgery is one of the most up-to-date methods in orthopedic surgery. It can apply in both total knee and partial knee replacement. The robotic arm system provides control to help orthopedic surgeons to ensure accurate and reproducible results. After confirmed suitable to receive MAKOplasty® knee replacement surgery, patients will receive a CT scan, and customized three-dimensional skeleton model that is made by the robotic arm system. This allows surgeons to determine an optimal treatment plan and to precisely execute a replacement procedure with aid of the robotic arm. In additional to the improved post-op results, its potential advantages also includes the decreased risk of attachment loss and damage to artificial implants, retaining healthy bones and tissues, minimal cutting, and greatly reduced recovery time.
Service Procedure
  1. Registration: Please make an outpatient appointment with our doctors if you feel pain or discomfort in your knees.
  2. Examination: Our doctors will perform a thorough examination, including physical appearance check, functional test and X-ray, on your knee or hip. If a surgery is needed, doctors will select proper procedure based on patient's medical needs.
  3. Surgery options:
    • Minimally invasive knee replacement surgery
    • Painless joint replacement surgery
    • Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery
  4. Postoperative care:
    • Keep the wound clean and dry before removing stitches
    • Follow doctor's suggestion to apply an ice or cold pack to the wound
    • Take the prescribed painkiller if needed
  5. Postoperative rehabilitation
    • Please follow your physical therapist's advice to preform exercises, including ankle pumping, leg sliding, leg-pulling, leg lifting, bridging, straight leg raising, bent-knee calf stretches, knee bending, sit-to-stand practice and squat.
Estimated Cost
(Prices listed below are for reference. Actual cost may be according to the real expense during the hospitalization.)
  1. Minimally invasive knee replacement surgery: around $650 to $2600
  2. Painless joint replacement surgery: around $400 to $900
  3. Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery: around $1000 to $3600
  4. Computer-aided knee replacement surgery: around $500 to $650
  5. MAKOplasty knee replacement surgery: around $14500 to $16500
 
The price is only for the surgery and does not include the charge of hospital wards, medical tests, and medications.
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