22 Years of Experience

Dr Vineet malhotra is a seasoned Urologist, Sexologist, Andrologist & Infertility Expert for Men.

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Dr. Vineet Malhotra, a renowned senior Andrologist, Urologist, and Sexologist with an impressive track record of 22 years in the field. Dr. Malhotra’s extensive expertise and unwavering dedication have made him a trusted and sought-after specialist in India.
With his vast experience, Dr. Malhotra has garnered an exceptional level of expertise in the treatment of various urological and sexual health conditions.
His profound knowledge and comprehensive understanding of the complexities involved have positioned him as a leading authority in the field.
One particular area where Dr. Malhotra’s proficiency shines is in the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (ED). He has successfully managed countless cases of ED, providing effective solutions and improving the quality of life for numerous individuals. Dr. Malhotra’s comprehensive approach ensures that each patient receives personalized care, tailored to their specific needs and circumstances. Furthermore,
What is Total Hip replacement?

Total hip replacement (THR), also known as total hip arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure designed to replace a damaged or deteriorated hip joint with artificial components. This procedure is commonly performed when severe hip pain, reduced mobility, and functional limitations are caused by conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, hip fracture, or other hip disorders. During THR surgery, the damaged femoral head (the “ball” of the hip joint) and the hip socket are replaced with prosthetic implants made of metal, ceramic, or plastic. THR aims to relieve pain, improve hip joint function, and enhance the patient’s quality of life by restoring hip joint movement and stability.

How is it Diagnosed?

The diagnosis of the need for a total hip replacement (THR) typically involves a comprehensive evaluation by a healthcare provider. This evaluation includes a detailed medical history and physical examination to assess the patient’s symptoms, joint function, and overall health. Imaging studies like X-rays, MRI scans, or CT scans are often utilized to assess the extent of hip joint damage and to determine the suitability for surgery. Blood tests may be conducted to rule out underlying medical conditions. Additionally, the patient’s pain level, hip function, and the impact of hip problems on daily life are assessed using standardized questionnaires. The healthcare team uses these findings to determine if THR is a suitable treatment option for the individual.

What are it symptoms

Symptoms indicating the need for a total hip replacement (THR) include persistent hip pain that does not respond to conservative treatments like medications or physical therapy. Other common symptoms include reduced hip joint mobility, stiffness, limping, and difficulty walking or performing daily activities due to hip pain and dysfunction. Pain in the hip may be exacerbated by movement or weight-bearing activities and can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. These symptoms often result from conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, hip fractures, or other hip joint disorders.

How is it treated?

Total hip replacement (THR) is the primary treatment for advanced hip joint degeneration caused by conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, hip fractures, or other hip disorders. During THR surgery, the damaged portions of the hip joint are replaced with prosthetic components made of metal, ceramic, or plastic. This procedure aims to relieve hip pain, improve joint function, and enhance the patient’s overall quality of life. Prior to surgery, conservative treatments such as pain medications, physical therapy, and lifestyle modifications are often explored. After THR, patients typically undergo post-operative rehabilitation to regain strength and mobility. The goal is to provide long-term relief from chronic hip pain and restore the ability to engage in daily activities with improved hip function.

FAQs of Total Hip replacement Surgery

What Is Total Hip Replacement Surgery?
THR, or total hip arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure to replace a damaged hip joint with artificial components to alleviate pain and enhance hip function.
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When Is THR Recommended?
THR is recommended for individuals with severe hip pain, limited hip mobility, and functional limitations due to conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, hip fracture, or hip joint disorders.
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How Long Does the Surgery Take?
The duration of THR surgery typically ranges from 1 to 2 hours, but it can vary based on factors like the complexity of the case.
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What Type of Anesthesia Is Used?
General anesthesia or regional anesthesia, such as a spinal or epidural block, is commonly used during THR surgery.
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How Soon Can I Bear Weight on the Operated Hip?
Weight-bearing on the operated hip typically begins with the guidance of a physical therapist and varies among patients but often starts within a day or two after surgery.
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How Long Will the Artificial Hip Last?
The longevity of the artificial hip joint varies but can last for 15 to 20 years or more with proper care and activity modification.
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Will I Regain Full Range of Motion?
Most patients experience improved hip joint range of motion after THR, but the extent of improvement can vary among individuals.
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What Is the Rehabilitation Process Like?
Post-operative rehabilitation involves physical therapy to strengthen the hip and improve mobility. The specific rehabilitation plan is tailored to each patient's needs and progress.
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