Hip Replacement Surgery is a medical technique of helping patients suffering from chronic hip injuries or degenerative diseases that lead to joint damage. The surgery is carried out by making an incision over the affected area, to expose the damaged joint which is then removed and replaced by an artificially created graft. The material used for making graft is of very high quality and is designed keeping in mind the specific needs of the patient. Hip Replacement Surgery can help the patient to restore normal movement of the hip joint and get rid of the pain and discomfort.
Computer-Assisted Navigation for Hip Replacement Surgery
It is one of the most advanced ways of treating complex orthopaedic conditions with improved outcomes. It allows doctors to obtain real-time feedback during the operation regarding the position of surgical instruments and implants which is displayed on a monitor. The Computer-Assisted Navigation technology helps surgeons in decreasing intra-operative errors and has the potential to improve surgical accuracy and outcome.