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Minimally Invasive Hip Joint Replacement Surgery at World-class Joint Replacement Centers in India

A hip replacement surgery is one of the most successful orthopedic surgical procedures. And a minimally invasive hip replacement surgery is the one which is performed with smaller incisions. This helps in reducing the tissue trauma due to surgery, and postoperative discomfort and it also helps in quick recovery. This surgery requires lesser hospital stay, lesser pain and faster return to normal day to day activities.

This is a promising surgery and its results last for decades all together if the implant is placed properly and proper precaution and activities are done as recommended by the surgeon.


This surgery is also done under general anesthesia and may last for about 3-4 hours. The patient can be operated upon with altered positions that depend upon the version of surgery to be performed. In one kind of surgery the patient is made to lie on one side while in the other kinds (known as MIS-2-hip replacement procedure) the person is made to lie flat on his or her back.

The main difference between this surgery and a total hip replacement is that in this the size of the incision is very small and secondly a fluoroscopy is used to accurately guide the position of the incision, also the incisions are made with the help of special instruments. The implants used in this surgery are also different in design as compared to the ones used in a Total hip replacement.

In this first step the incisions are made and through one incision computer navigation instrument is inserted and through other fluoroscope which facilitates implant orientation. This technique also helps in alignment of the limb. Because of the smaller size of incision there is minimal tissue damage, also the skin and underlying muscles are not cut extensively. There is one more technique in this category which is called a MIS-2-incision hip replacement surgery, in this the muscles and tendons are not cut, they are just moved around in order to place the implant.

After surgery precaution should be taken for the first six to eight weeks till the tissues heals completely and the implants get bonded finely with the patient's body. After surgery physiotherapy is mandatory in order to assist proper mobility and decrease the pain.

Risks and Complications

The risks and complications involved in the surgery are listed below:

  • Improper placement of the components.

  • Blood vessel or Nerve injury

  • Blood clotting and

  • Excess blood loss

  • Fractures during the procedure

  • Infection after surgery

How to get started?

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  • X-ray or MRI scan images of the affected area

  • Brief medical history of the patient

  • Age, name and sex of the patient

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