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Best Hip Replacement Surgery Doctors

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best Orthopedician in hyderabad

Dr. Jayakrishna Reddy T

MS (Ortho)
19 Years Of ExperienceConsultant Orthopedic Joint Replacement & Arthroscopic Surgeon

best orthopedic surgeon

Dr. Krishna Subramanyam

MS (Ortho), PDCR, Ph.D
27 Years Of ExperienceSr. Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon

9 awards
Dr. Lokesh Kumar Gupta | Best Orthopedic Surgeon in Hyderabad

Dr. Lokesh Kumar Gupta

MBBS, D.Ortho, DNB Ortho, MNAMS, FIJR
10 Years Of ExperienceAssociate Consultant Orthopedics, Trauma, Arthroscopy and Robotic Joint Replacement Surgeon

best Orthopedician in hyderabad

Dr. Manoj Chakravorthy

MS (Ortho), MCh (Ortho)
18 Years Of ExperienceConsultant Orthopedic Joint Replacement & Arthroscopic Surgeon

best Orthopedician in hyderabad

Dr. Nithin Kumar B

MCh (Ortho), MRCS, FRCS Tr Ortho
Senior Consultant-Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement & Arthroscopic Surgery

4 awards
best orthopedic doctor in Hyderabad

Dr. Preshith Gaddam

MBBS, MS (Ortho)
19 Years Of ExperienceConsultant Orthopedic Surgeon

1 awards
Dr. R. A. Purnachandra Tejaswi, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. R. A. Purnachandra Tejaswi

MBBS, MS (Ortho), DNB (Ortho), FAAC
16 Years Of ExperienceSr. Consultant Orthopaedic, Expert in Sports Orthopaedics and Arthroscopic Surgery

1 awards
Dr. Sai Thirumal Rao Veerla

Dr. Sai Thirumal Rao Veerla

MS (Ortho), Fellowship in Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine (Cardiff, UK), Fellowship in Arthroplasty (Germany), Diploma in Sports Medicine (IOC)
10 Years Of ExperienceConsultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon

Dr. Sukesh Rao Sankineani

MS (Orthopaedics-AIIMS), FISS, FAOA
Consultant in Shoulder Surgery, Arthroscopy, Cartilage Restoration and Joint Replacement

2 awards
best Orthopedician in hyderabad

Dr. Sunil Dachepalli

MBBS, MS (Ortho), MRCS, CCBST, MSc (Tr & Ortho), MCH (Ortho), FRCS (Tr & Ortho)
26 Years Of ExperienceSenior Consultant Orthopaedic, Robotic Joint Replacement & Arthroscopic Surgeon

5 awards
FAQ’S
What type of doctor performs hip replacement?

If you are planning to have hip replacement surgery, you will need a highly qualified orthopedic surgeon to perform the procedure.

Find an orthopedic surgeon who:

  • Is board certified, skilled and has experience in performing orthopedic surgery and hip replacement.
  • Have experience in treating patients according to the specific medical condition.
  • Proven experience with quality results and outcomes in performing hip replacement surgeries.
  • Who would comfortably answer all patient queries.
Is a hip replacement a major operation?

Hip replacement surgery is a major operation, so it is generally recommended if other treatments such as physical therapy or steroid injections do not help reduce pain or improve mobility.

The ideal candidate for hip replacement surgery is the one:

  • Who may experience severe pain, swelling, and stiffness or decreased mobility in the hip joint.
  • With severe hip pain, which can affect the quality of life and sleep.
  • Who is not able to perform daily chores, like shopping or getting out of the shower etc.
  • An individual who has a lack of mobility.
When should I call the doctor after hip replacement?

It is important to follow all the instructions given by the surgeon after the hip replacement surgery. Call your doctor right away if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Worsening pain in the hip
  • Pain or swelling in the calf or leg where there is no incision made.
  • Tenderness or redness of the calf.
  • Fever of 38°C (100.4 F) or higher 
  • Chills
  • Swelling or redness at the incision site.
  • Leakage from the incision or if the leaked fluid smells bad
What can you never do after hip replacement?

The doctor and physiotherapist will give a list of dos and don’ts that a patient should follow after the hip replacement surgery. These precautions can prevent the new joint from dislodging and helps in healing properly. Here are some common precautions:

Don’ts

  • Do not cross the legs at the knees for at least 6-8 weeks.
  • Don’t bring the knee higher than the hips.
  • Do not lean forward while sitting.
  • Do not try to lift anything from the floor while sitting.
  • Do not turn the feet in or out when bending over.
  • Do not bend down to pick up any objects.
  • Do not bend the waist more than 90 degrees.
How long does hip surgery take?

Hip replacement can be performed under general anesthesia (where the patient becomes unconscious during the operation) or spinal anesthesia (where the patient is awake but the waist or hip area will be numb). Sometimes the individual can be given epidural anesthesia, which is similar to spinal anesthesia. The surgeon makes a cut (incision) in the hip and removes the damaged hip joint and replaces it with an artificial joint or implant. The surgery usually lasts 1 to 2 hours.

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