Arthroplasty is an orthopedic surgical procedure where the articular surface of a musculoskeletal joint is replaced, remodeled, or realigned by osteotomy or some other procedure. It is an elective procedure that is done to relieve pain and restore function to the joint after damage by arthritis or some other type of trauma.
Knee and hip replacements are the most common types of arthroplasty performed, but surgeons can also perform arthroplasty on other joints too, including the:
After carrying out thousands of successful knee and hip replacements, Dr. Pawar is an established name in Madhya pradesh and central India, catering patients from across state and country.
Complex Trauma Surgeries
Complex fractures are a result of acute trauma cases or due to other reasons like accidents of various kinds. Such situations are quite complex and really tough to handle. These require highly expert Orthopaedic surgeons and best post-operative care which Dr. Nameet Pawar ensures at all the stages. Be it comminuted fractures, non-healing fractures, mal united fractures, infective fractures, periprosthetic fractures; he handles them very efficiently.
Arthroscopic surgery is a procedure to visualize, diagnose, and treat joint problems.Arthroscopic surgery is used to identify, monitor, and diagnose joint injuries and disease; or to remove bone or cartilage or repair tendons or ligaments. It is a surgical approach that can be used for many different procedures used to diagnose a joint problem or treat acute and chronic joint conditions. It is a minimally invasive orthopedic procedure used to diagnose and treat joint problems. It involves the use of a narrow scope, called an arthroscope, and specialized surgical tools to access a joint through tiny “keyhole” incisions. Because arthroscopic surgery requires smaller incisions than open surgery, recovery times tend to be shorter. Dr. Nameet Pawar is certified in doing such minute procedures successfully.
The Ilizarov method is a surgery involving an orthopedic external fixator applied to the limb to reconstruct, reshape or lengthen bones (usually of the limb).External fixation is a surgical treatment where rods are screwed through an incision into the affected bone and exit the body to be attached to a stabilizing structure outside of the body.
Ilizarov surgery involves the use of a special device called an ‘Ilizarov apparatus or Ilizarov fixator’. It is recommended in cases that are not amenable to other reconstruction techniques.
The Ilizarov technique is also used in the treatment of complex resistant clubfoot deformities. The Ilizarov technique involves placing tension wires through the bony structures of the clubfoot to realign the joint surfaces and foot anatomy. Dr. Nameet Pawar has performed this procedure successfully on many occasions and have helped many patients over the time.
Osteomyelitis is a bone infection caused by bacteria or fungi. It causes painful swelling of bone marrow, the soft tissue inside your bones. Without treatment, swelling from this bone infection can cut off blood supply to your bone, causing bone to die. Osteomyelitis affects people of all ages and genders. Children younger than 3, the elderly and people with serious medical conditions are more prone to the condition.
SYMPTOMS AND CAUSES: Osteomyelitis signs vary depending on the type and cause. Some people with chronic osteomyelitis don’t have any symptoms.
In addition to pain, the infected area may be red, warm, swollen and tender to touch. Other signs of osteomyelitis include:
- Drainage (yellow pus).
- Irritability or lethargy.
- Limited, painful movement.
- Loss of appetite.
- Lower back pain.
- Nausea and vomiting.
- Sweating or chills.
Dr Nameet Pawar is a certified, trained and specialist surgeon in handling diseases like bone infection.
Old Failed Ortho Cases
Orthopedic implants are artificial devices or components that are used in the skeletal system of the human body for different purposes, such as replacing joints or bones, supporting bones and reattaching ligaments or tendons. Implants are designed using different kinds of biomaterials like stainless steel, polymers, Titanium, and composite materials, When performed using a good biomaterial, orthopedic implants show great biological and mechanical compatibility, along with corrosion resistance. An implant.
So, what leads to failed ortho cases ? What is implant failure? Well, when there is a need for premature removal of an implant, the surgery or treatment process is considered to have failed and requires another surgery or more appropriate treatment option.
Implant failure is the inability of a medical implant to stand by claims of the health care provider (the hospital or medical professional who installs it) or its manufacturer. The success rate of an orthopedic implant also depends on its type, patient’s age and location. If you have undergone an orthopedic surgical/implant treatment that failed due to whatsoever reasons, we are here to help you with a detailed diagnosis.
Dr Nameet Pawar is skilled and experienced to work on failed ortho cases with a fresh take by studying the medical history and previous treatment closely, to come up with the best course of treatment.