Joint Reconstruction Surgery 

The Basic Treatment, Joint Reconstruction Vs Joint Replacement and Joint Injury Surgery. 


It can be solved with some physical therapy.  If it is not effective, you have to undergo surgical solutions like joint replacement and joint reconstruction surgery. 

The Basic Treatment:

The first step to recover from any joint injury is the RICE method – Rice, Ice, Compression and Elevation. You should start using braces with joint movement.

At the same time, it is essential to maintain your weight and manage muscle tone for a healthy body and rapid recovery. If your muscles atrophy, it can cause more pressure on joints.

Joint Reconstruction Vs Joint Replacement:

Joint Reconstruction is a surgical procedure that is done to repair and restore the function in a joint.

Conventional DMARDs:

When you take these drugs Conventional DMARDs slow down the progression of rheumatoid arthritis. Common DMARDs include:Methotrexate (Trexall, Otrexup, Others), Leflunomide (Arava).


Knee multi-ligament reconstruction. 


Cartilage transplant. 


Deformity correction. 


Patella realignment. 

Joint Replacement:

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Joint Replacement is necessary for a patient with a degenerative disease, traumatic injury or late-stage osteoarthritis. It is usually recommended for patients only.

Shoulder resurfacing. 

Should replacement. 

Partial knee replacement. 




Total knee replacement. 


Hip replacement. 


Joint Injury Surgery: What to Expect? 

Before opting for the surgery, ensure to consult Dr. L. Bharath, the best orthopaedic surgeon in Chennai.

The joint reconstruction surgery is commonly known as joint fusion or arthrodesis.

What is the Surgical Reconstruction of a Joint? 

What Should be the Types of Joint Reconstruction? 

There are several types of joint reconstruction surgery depending on the symptoms and disorders of the affected joints.

What is a Major Complication of Joint Surgery? 

The possible complications of joint reconstruction surgery are wound infection, infection around the prosthesis, malfunction of the prosthesis. 

Contact details:

Sri Singhvi Health Centre TVH Lumbini Square # 127, Bricklin Road, Purasaiwalkam,

+91 044-2641 6755