Qualification: MBBS, D.Ortho, DNB, Diploma in Hospital Administration, MNAMS.
Experience: As Junior Resident From 1/9/2009 to 30/9/2012 in the Orthopedics Department.
As Senior Resident from 1/10/2012 to 31/3/2013 in the Orthopedics dept.
As Registrar from April 2013 to Feb 2014 in Ortho dept.
As Consultant from Feb 2016 and June 2017 to March 2019 As HOD of Orthopedics dept.
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Kanishk Hospital provides expert treatment for all aspects of Orthopedic injuries including inpatient and outpatient surgical care. The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery focuses on patient care in each of these orthopedic sub-specialties: adult reconstruction and joint replacement, sports injuries, spine surgery, surgery of the hand and wrist, surgery of the shoulder Hip and elbow, surgery of the foot and ankle, orthopedic trauma Surgery. Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty
Kanishk Hospital is the best orthopedic hospital in Dehradun, it contains a top orthopedist doctor. Being an Orthopedic specialist gives a solution for every bone, joints, and muscle problem. If you have symptoms like Swelling, warmth, or redness in the joint, constant joint pain, Joint stiffness, or any other bones or muscle problems then you can take the appointment with.
DR.Sandeep.M.Rajebahadur is one of the best orthopedic doctors in Dehradun. Orthopedic specialist DR.Sandeep.M.Rajebahadur is available in Kanishk experience and provides services like Back Pain Physiotherapy, Portable X-Ray, Joint Replacement Surgery, Hip Replacement, Fracture Treatment, Hip Pain Treatment, Knee Pain Treatment, Spondylitis, Arthroscopy, and relocation of compressed nerves, Knee Replacement, Minimally Invasive Hip Correction, Trauma Surgery, Joint Dislocation Treatment, ACL Reconstruction, and Knee Osteotomy.
Total Knee Replacement
Knee replacement, or knee arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure to replace the weight-bearing surfaces of the knee joint to relieve pain and disability. It is most commonly performed for osteoarthritis, and also for other knee diseases such as arthritis and psoriatic arthritis. Various types of arthritis may affect the knee joint. Osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint disease that affects mostly middle-aged and older adults, may cause the breakdown of joint cartilage and adjacent bone in the knees. Rheumatoid arthritis, which causes inflammation of the synovial membrane and results in excessive synovial fluid, can lead to pain and stiffness.
Anatomy of the knee
The knee consists of the following:
- This is the shin bone or larger bone of the lower leg.
- This is the thighbone or upper leg bone.
- This is the kneecap.
- A type of tissue that covers the surface of a bone at a joint. Cartilage helps reduce the friction of movement within a joint.
- Synovial membrane: A tissue that lines the joint and seals it into a joint capsule. The synovial membrane secretes synovial fluid (a clear, sticky fluid) around the joint to lubricate it.
- A type of tough, elastic connective tissue that surrounds the joint to give support and limits the joint’s movement.
- A type of tough connective tissue that connects muscles to bones and helps to control a movement of the joint.
- A curved part of cartilage in the knees and other joints that acts as a shock absorber increases the contact area and deepens the knee joint.
There are four basic steps to a knee replacement procedure.
- Prepare the bone: The damaged cartilage surfaces at the ends of the femur and tibia are removed along with a small amount of underlying bone.
- Position the metal implants: The removed cartilage and bone are replaced with metal components that recreate the surface of the joint. These metal parts may be cemented or “press-fit” into the bone.
- Resurface the patella: The undersurface of the patella (kneecap) is cut and resurfaced with a plastic button. Some surgeons do not resurface the patella, depending upon the case.
- Insert a spacer: A medical-grade plastic spacer is inserted between the metal components to create a smooth gliding surface.
Two major types of Knee Replacement Surgeries
TKR (Total Knee Replacement)
- The surgery involves the replacement of both sides of the knee joint. It is the most common procedure.
- The surgery lasts between one and three hours.
- Experts say that the implant will last from 15 to 20 years.
- Despite having much less pain and better mobility, there will be scar tissue, which means there will always be some difficulty in moving and bending the knees.
PKR (Partial Knee Replacement)
- This surgery is done when only one side of the knee joint is replaced. Hence, it does not last as long as a total replacement. Less bone is removed, so the incision is smaller.
- PKR is suitable for around one in four people with osteoarthritis. Post-operative rehabilitation is simpler, there is less blood loss, lower risk of infection, and blood clots. PKR, in general, includes a shorter hospital stay and recovery period.
- PKR often results in the more natural movement in the knee. Most PKR patients are able to get up and about after their operation more rapidly than TKR ones.
Our orthopedic trauma surgeons specialize in the treatment of:
- Fractures of the arms, legs, and joints
- Reconstruction of the hip and pelvis
- Complex cases of deformity or limb lengthening
- Complications as a result of fractures, such as mal-union (healed fracture deformities) and non-union (unhealed fractures)
- Poly-trauma patients with orthopedic injuries
Orthopedic specialists treat people of all ages, including:
- newborns and children with deformities – such as congenital dislocation of the hip, clubfoot and scoliosis
- young people who need joint preserving surgery – such as arthroscopic surgery or osteotomy.
- older people with irreversible degenerative joint problems
Some of the most common operations orthopedic surgeons carry out include:
- Repairing Fractured Bones – for more information, you can read about:
– Broken Arm or Wrist
– Broken Ankle
– Broken Collarbone
– Broken Hip
– Broken Leg
– Broken Ribs