• Knee Replacement

    nexgen-knee-recallMIOT Hospitals is pioneer in knee replacement surgeries with 37 years of experience.

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  • Knee Conditions

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  • Why Knee Replacement Surgery

    nexgen-knee-recallYou need your knee to stand, sit and squat. MIOT dreams of a world where you are pain free.

  • Knee Surgery Procedures

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  • Preparation for Surgery

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  • Knee Replacement Surgery Information

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  • Hospital Stay

    nexgen-knee-recallWhile you’re at MIOT, we prepare you before the surgery, operate and treat you further.

  • Recovering at Home

    nexgen-knee-recallYour knee replacement should give you years of service protect it by taking few simple steps.

  • How much would it cost?

    nexgen-knee-recallKnee replacement surgery cost varies with the type of implant and the knee condition.

  • Videos

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  • FAQ

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Your knee replacement should give you years of service. You can protect it by taking a few simple steps:

Watch for and prevent infection. Because your new knee is sensitive to infections, you must be diligent about preventing them. You may need to take antibiotics before seeing the dentist. If you suspect a bacterial infection of any kind, notify your physician right away.

Follow-up care. When you leave the hospital, you will be given a schedule of follow-up visits. These visits will ensure the long-term success of your operation. Your physician may want to check you several times during the first year and annually thereafter. Often, follow-up X-rays will confirm proper placement and alignment of the implant.

Weight control. Keeping your weight under control will reduce the amount of pressure and stress on your new knee. Avoid high-impact sports and participate regularly in low-impact activities such as walking, swimming, golfing or cycling. These are excellent ways to strengthen your knee and get the exercise you need to stay fit.