Friday, 17 November 2017

Considering a Hip Replacement? Then Reach Us Without Rethinking !!!

Do you find pain in your hip joint ??...Which interfere with all your daily activities. Then don't rethink get effective treatment from the best orthopedic doctor...
There is much treatment to treat hip joint pain they may be either surgical or nonsurgical treatment. If your hip joint is completely damaged then surgeon suggest Hip Replacement surgery. But most us are not aware of Hip Replacement Surgery and it's procedure.

During hip replacement surgery, the surgeon removes a damaged joint with an artificial joint which is made of metal and plastic components.  It is usually performed when all other treatment options are found to be a failure to relieve pain.
Dr. S.S Soni is famous for his patient-friendly measures and expertise in joint replacement surgeries.      He always suggests for non-invasive procedures.  

Why Hip Replacement Surgery Needed?

Conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, avascular necrosis, injury due to fall and bone tumors may lead to the breakdown of the hip joint and the need for replacement.

  • Surgeon makes an opening over the front or side of the hip, through the layers of tissue
  • Removes the damaged bone and cartilage, leaving the healthy bone intact
  • The damaged socket is replaced by implanting a  prosthetic socket into the pelvic bone
  • Replaces the round ball on the top of the femur with the prosthetic ball which is attached to a stem that fits into the thigh bone.

After the Surgery

Less invasive techniques are opted both by the surgeon and patient as the recovery is less in them.  After surgery, blood clot prevention measures are taken.  The patient will be encouraged to sit up and even try walking with walker soon after surgery.  During and after surgery the patient is instructed to wear an elastic compression stocking similar to a blood pressure cuff on the lower leg so that due to the pressure exerted by the inflated sleeves keep blood from pooling in the leg veins and hence reduce the chances of the blood clot.  They physician prescribe an injected or oral blood thinner after the surgery.  Physical therapy exercises will help to regain the strength of joints and muscles.

Measures to take after surgery

Climbing on stairs reduce to minimum
Use a firm straight-back chair
Avoid fall 
Use elevated toilet seat so that bending can be avoided
Six to twelve weeks after the surgery make an appointment with the surgeon to ensure the healing process.  A complete recovery will happen after 12 months.

Dr. S. S Soni and his dedicated team are very skillful in performing arthroscopy and he transformed the lives of many people by providing them with quality treatment.  He has started a trend in Jaipur in minimally in invasive surgeries.  He is the first surgeon ever to perform Unicondylar knee replacement in Jaipur. 

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Friday, 15 September 2017

Flexible Knees By Knee Replacement Surgery

Knee replacement is a surgical procedure that replaces the diseased knee joint. When an injury or arthritis occurs, the ability to bend and flex your knees can become difficult due to damage, inflammation, and pain. Over time, the damage progresses and becomes more difficult and painful.
When your knee got damaged you may have tried medicines, injection, and physical therapy. If nothing seems to work then, in that case, it is always better to do Knee Replacement Surgery. Severe arthritis pain can also be solved by Knee replacement surgery

A total knee replacement surgery is a surgical procedure where the diseased knee joint is replaced with an artificial material. Knee replacement is also called as arthroplasty. 

The main reason behind knee replacement surgery is osteoarthritis. The age related condition is also very common and occurs when the cartilage cushion between the knee and bone joints breakdown.
  • Severe knee pain or stiffness that makes them uncomfortable while doing their daily activities.
  • Chronic knee inflammation and swelling 
  • Knee deformity- Noticeable arch on the inside and outside of the knee
  • Inability to carry out daily works which resulting depression on them
Types of Knee Replacement surgery

Total knee replacement

In this type surgery, both sides of knee joints are replaced, it is the most common procedure.
This type of surgery lasts for mainly 1 to 3 hours.In Total knee, replacement surgery have less pain and better mobility 

Partial knee replacement

The partial knee replacement replaces only one side of the knee this type replacement, the incision will be smaller , but it does not last as long as a total replacement.This type of surgery is suitable for people who have damaged only one of their knee. The hospital stay and recovery period are shorter in this case.
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Thursday, 17 August 2017

Ankle Arthroscopy

Ankle arthroscopy is a surgical process that is used to operate the ankle joint area with the help of tiny surgical tools and camera by making small incision. A variety of ankle problems can be treated by ankle arthroscopy for their surgical evaluate and treatment. An ankle arthroscopy is used for various problems and injuries such as

·         Inflammation of ankle joint lining (synovitis)

·         Impingement

·         Ostrochondritis dessicans

·         Treating loose parts of cartilage

·         Infection on ankle

·         Ankle arthritis

·         Instability in ankle

·         Fractures in ankle

These problems and injuries cause swelling, pain, and limit ankle movement. Ankle arthroscopy is highly helpful in treating these problems.

Ankle arthroscopy is a minimally invasive process that authorizes doctors to diagnose and treat ankle joint disorders and injuries by making small incisions in the skin. A direct visualization is possible to visual inside of ankle through ankle arthroscopy without making large incisions. In the process, tiny television camera, a thin fiber optic light, and magnifying lens are put in the affected area and allow the doctor to analyse the problem. The diagnosis is done by a physical examination and other imaging tests such as MRI, CT scan, or X-rays.

Ankle arthroscopy is helpful to minimize the problems encountered with developing large incisions such as bleeding, pain, infections, and wound break down. Ankle arthroscopy is an outpatient procedure and patients may be capable to work actively very soon after the surgery. Ankle arthroscopy provides excellent results and needs two weeks to recovering completely.

Ankle arthroscopy is recommended, when

·         Pain in ankle is not controlled by the medications

·         Feeling of vomiting, nausea, chills, and fever

·         Swelling, wound redness, drainage, or warmth

·         Weakness, numbness, or tingling

Dr. S.S.Soni is one of the best orthopedic surgeon in the Jaipur. Dr. Soni is highly qualified and experienced doctor. He has many years of experience of treating ankle injuries and disorders by using arthroscopy technique in Jaipur. Dr. soni provides his services in many hospitals in Jaipur.

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Thursday, 6 July 2017

Restore your Mobility By Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapy or physical therapy is a healing treatment method that deals with the science of movement and helps to restore, maximize and maintain the physical strength , motion, function and overall well-being of the patient underlying physical issues. This healing method focused on mobility diagnose and treat disabilities such as, back pain, knee pain,  neck pain, paralysis, Cerebral Palsy, issues of ligaments due to Parkinson's etc.

How Physiotherapy works?

    Physiotherapy works on a holistic approach towards the health and wellbeing of the patient, it also includes the general life style of the patient. The treatment also make use of patient's involvement in their own care through education, participation, awareness and empowerment in their treatment.

    If someone is suffering from any of the following conditions or physical pain, he/she is an ideal candidate for physiotherapy:
  • Back pain or sudden injury
  • Sport Injuries
  • Long term medical conditions such as asthma
  • Paralysis
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Post surgical rehab
  • Knee pain or neck pain
  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain syndrome
  • Dizziness, vertigo and imbalance
  • Frozen shoulder
    Physiotherapy can treat a large variety of injuries other than the above mentioned conditions.

The Physiotherapy Session

    A typical physiotherapy session is unique to a patient's needs and health condition. The physiotherapy procedure may involve:
  • Diagnosing and assessing the patient's condition
  • Working with patient to regain mobility and independence
  • Developing a prevention plan 
  • Prescribing exercise and physical aids

Goals of Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapy is a treatment method which provides benefit by a non-invasive approach, which helps in maximize recovery and functional motility. The following are some of the main goals of physiotherapy:
  • Pain reduction
  • Restoration of normal range of motion in the affected area
  • Improvement of strength or function in weak or paralyzed muscles
  • Prevention of fibrosis in weak or paralyzed limbs
  • Improved performance and quality of the movement
 Joint Care Super Specialty Clinic of Dr S. S. Soni one of the best and eminent orthopedic surgeon in Jaipur, provides the best Physiotherapy in Rajasthan with right diagnosis at affordable rates.

Thursday, 8 June 2017

Joint Replacement Surgery for Curing Persistent Pain and Discomfort

Joint pains are often a part and parcel of ageing. They can occur in the younger generation as well due to trauma from accidents or due to some diseases such as arthritis. Living with the pain and discomfort can be tough, especially when it interferes with the mobility and everyday life activities.

Joint replacement surgery is done when other methods of treatment for curing joint pain and restoring full mobility does not find success. The procedure involves replacing the affected joints with an artificial prosthesis designed to mimic the functions and capabilities of the natural joint.

 The procedure of joint replacement is usually performed to correct irregularities on joints like knees, shoulder, hips, ankles, elbows and fingers. The orthopaedic surgery helps in eliminating pain and restoring motion with the flexibility of the artificial joint.

Scope of joint replacement

  • Joint replacement surgery is usually performed in the following cases: -
  • Joint disorders caused due to arthritis
  • Persistent pain, stiffness, and inflammation in joint
  • Wear and tear in joints

Joint replacement procedure

The procedure of joint replacement involves the replacement of the damaged joints by artificial prosthesis made of materials such as plastic or inert metals. These are non-reactive and hence do not cause infections. The prosthesis is either cemented or uncemented depending on the age of the patient. In case of younger people, the joints are left uncemented to enable the bones to grow into it, fixing it in place while in the older generation, they are cemented in place. With the development in technology, joint replacements have been simplified with minimally invasive procedures of arthroscopy.A pioneer in joint replacement and arthroscopy,  Dr SS Soni, is one of the best orthopaedic surgeons in Jaipur.

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Monday, 8 May 2017

Advanced Orthopaedic Treatments – Dealing With Musculoskeletal Irregularities

A branch of medicine dealing with the study of human musculoskeletal system, orthopaedics involves the treatment of joints, bones, tendons, muscles, ligaments and nerves. They help in ensuring pain free mobility and treating deformities of limbs as well. Dr. SS Soni, is a leading orthopaedic surgeon offering advanced orthopaedic treatment in Jaipur.

Orthopaedic treatments have undergone an evolution, with the incorporation of latest technology in it. Minimally invasive technology procedures have replaced many of the conventional treatment methodologies, making it more simpler and easier.

Different orthopaedic treatments

Orthopaedic treatments are done to address several concerns like arthritis, spine diseases, knee disorders, injuries and trauma caused from accidents. The different type of orthopaedic treatments include: -

  • Joint replacement surgery
  • Arthroscopy
  • Spine surgery
  • Sports Medicine treatment 

Joint replacement surgery

The joint replacement surgery is done to correct issues hips, hands, knees, spine, foot, wrist, elbow, shoulder and so on. The replacement surgeries involve replacing the problem areas of the joint with prosthesis made from inert metal or plastic.

Severe cases of joint issues are treated by replacing the whole joint with prosthesis in a procedure called total replacement surgery. The surgical procedure which involves the replacement of only the affected parts is known as partial replacement surgery.


A treatment technique to diagnose and treat disorders in the internal region of joints. It involves a minimally invasive or key hole surgery technique, with the help of an arthroscope, a device connected with a small camera, inserted through tiny incisions to detect irregularities and treat them.

Arthroscopy is a preferred treatment option for disorders like knee, hips, ankles, wrist, elbow and so on. The minimally invasive procedures minimises the risks and complications related to the procedure.

Spine surgery

Issues with the vertebral disc, nerves and other related disorders are treated with the help of spine surgery, an orthopaedic treatment technique.

Sports medicine

Sports medicine covers a set of treatment techniques associated mainly with the injuries and orthopaedic issues experienced by sports persons.

Joint care offers advanced and quality orthopaedic treatment procedures for the treatment of a wide range of disorders related to musculoskeletal system, under the expertise of Dr. SS Soni.

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Knee Replacement: Relieving Knee Pain

Surgical treatment for knee pain is known as knee transplant. It’s of two types. Partial knee transplant: In this procedure the surgeon replaces only the damaged portions of the knee with plastic and metal parts. Total knee replacement: In this procedure, the complete knee is replaced with an artificial joint. It requires a major surgery and hospitalization.
Who needs a knee replacement surgery?
A knee replacement surgery is considered if the knee is stiff and painful which makes it difficult to perform even the simplest of activities and other treatments are no longer working. This surgery is mainly reserved only for people over the age of 50, and those who have severe osteoarthritis.

What happens during the surgery?
Once administered with the anaesthesia, an 8 to 12-inch incision is made in the front of the knee. The damaged part of the joint is then removed from the surface of the bones, and the surfaces are then shaped in such a way to hold a metal or plastic artificial joint. The artificial joint is then attached to the thigh bone, shin and knee cap with the help of cement or any other special material. When fit together, the newly installed artificial parts of the joint, will be relying on the surrounding muscles and ligaments for support and function.
How is the recovery period after the surgery?
The average hospital stay after knee joint replacement is usually three to five days. Mostly the vast majority of patients who have undergone the knee joint replacement surgery have dramatic improvement. The improvement is most notable one month or more after surgery. The pain caused by the damaged joint is completely reduced when the new gliding surface is constructed during surgery. After the knee replacement, people are standing and also moving the joint the day after surgery.
Joint Care is a super speciality clinic, which offers various orthopedic treatments in Jaipur. The treatments include Joint replacements, Arthritis, Arthroscopy, Spine surgery, Sports Medicine. Dr SS Soni is the best Orthopedic Specialist in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

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Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement

Total knee replacement is a common orthopaedic procedure which is used to replace the damaged or worn out surfaces of the knee. Replacing these surfaces with an implant or prosthesis will relieve pain and increase mobility, allowing everyday activities to be pain free. Also minimally invasive knee replacement in India has evolved with time and is the current easy pain relieving procedure when compared to the traditional methods.

The traditional approach to knee replacement makes use of a long vertical incision at the centre of the knee to view and make changes in the joint. Minimally invasive total knee replacement is an alteration of this approach. The surgeon uses a shorter incision and a different, less-invasive technique to expose the joint, with the goal of reducing postoperative pain and speedy recovery.

In minimally invasive knee replacement, the surgical procedure is similar to total knee replacement, but there is less cutting of the tissue surrounding the knee. Also, specially designed surgical instruments are used to make the femur and tibia ready and to place the implants properly. Minimally invasive knee replacement is performed through a shorter incision of 4 to 6 inches which is less when compared to 8 to 10 inches for traditional knee replacement. A smaller incision allows less tissue disturbance. In addition to a shorter incision, the technique which is used to open the knee is less invasive. As the techniques used to expose the joints involve less disruption to the muscles, it will lead to less postoperative pain and reduced recovery time.

Who can have a minimally invasive knee replacement?                                     
Minimally invasive total knee replacement is not suitable for all the patients. The doctor will conduct a thorough evaluation and will consider several factors before determining if the procedure is an option for the patient or no. In general, the patients for minimal incision procedures are thinner, younger, healthier and more motivated to participate in the rehabilitation process, when compared to patients who undergo the traditional surgery. Minimally invasive surgeries are not suitable for patients who are overweight or who have already undergone other knee surgeries. In addition, patients who have a significant deformities in the knee, those who are very muscular and those with health problems that may slow wound healing may be at a higher risk for problems from minimally invasive total knee replacement.

Joint Care Speciality Clinic, Jaipur is an orthopaedic centre which provides excellent treatment with right diagnostics at affordable rates.

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