Hip replacement is a surgical procedure to replace your hip joint with an artificial
version of it. It provides long-term solution for worn or damaged hip joints caused by
injury or disease, such as osteoarthritis, which can cause severe pain and loss of
mobility. Orthopedic surgeons at KABERA specializes in advance hip replacement
techniques that can help ease hip pain and restore mobility in people with severe
arthritis. If you’ve tried alternatives to hip replacement without success, talk to a
doctor about this common hip replacement surgery.
Hip Replacement at KABERA
1. Anterior Hip Replacement
2. Hip Arthritis Treatment
3. Total Hip Replacement
4. MIS 2-Incision
During your surgery, you will be given anaesthetic which will numb your lower body.
You will be given either general anaesthetic or an epidural.
The operation usually takes between an hour and an hour and a half.
Your consultant orthopaedic surgeon will make an incision on the side of your hip
and will completely remove the damaged ball and socket, which will then be
replaced with an artificial joint.
The new joint will be made of metal, plastic, ceramic or a combination of these