Total Hip Replacement
Total Knee Replacement
SPARSH hospital is uniquely positioned to offer the finest comprehensive joint replacement care. SPARSH hospital and its multidisciplinary staff have responded both academically and technologically to patient needs in the area of joint reconstruction, with the mission of rendering exceptional care to improve the quality of life for patients suffering from joint diseases, disorders and injuries. A detailed evaluation of patients is performed before formulating a treatment strategy. A range of treatment procedures are available and are thoroughly discussed with each patient. The range of interventions include:
Hip and knee replacement surgery – The team is extensively trained in this field and have between them decades of successful operative experience. In addition to their inherent medical skills, cutting edge technology and proven surgical techniques are utilised to optimise the treatment outcomes. This has resulted in SPARSH hospital enjoying the fastest growing arthroplasty practise. Based on the patient's complaints, an individualised plan combining physical therapy, medications, and/or surgical treatment, is recommended.
Complex joint reconstruction to rectify a failed joint replacement – This is a challenging procedure for any orthopaedic surgeon requiring specialised expertise and equipment. The team at SPARSH hospital goes to extraordinary lengths to ensure these patients leave the hospital with a positive outcome.
Treatment of arthritis in younger individuals – Younger individuals can have painful and unstable joints following childhood disorders such as congenital hip dysplasia, Legg-Perthes disease, fractures, infections and avascular necrosis. These challenging problems can be managed with non-operative measures, osteotomies, arthrodesis and rarely joint replacement surgery.
Dr. Ravi Kumar M
Fellowship in Arthroplasty (Depuy, SPARSH India) Fellowship in Septic and Aseptic Revis...
Dr. Ananya Puttaraju
Dr Ananya graduated from J.J.M. Medical college, Davangere in 2003 ...