Joint Replacement Surgery
Joint replacement surgery is a medical procedure in which a damaged joint is replaced with an artificial one. The joint may be in an arm, leg, hip, knee, or any other joint in the body. This procedure is typically done to improve the patient's quality of life and reduce pain associated with the damaged joint. During the procedure, the surgeon will remove the damaged joint and replace it with an artificial one. The artificial joint may be made of metal, plastic, or ceramic. After surgery, physical therapy is often required to help the patient regain strength and mobility in the area.
- Types of Joint Replacement Surgery
- Preparation for Surgery
- Risks and Complications
- Recovery After Surgery