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About Hip Replacement

Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery is performed by the best orthopedic surgeons in Delhi to eliminate or reduce the tissue trauma associated with total hip replacement. The benefits of minimally invasive hip replacement surgery include a much smaller incision, lesser blood loss during surgery, speedy recovery, early return to normal lifestyle including driving, and exercise.



Best hip replacement implant brands in India

Johnson & Johnson Hip Implant

Stryker Hip Implant

Zimmer Hip Implant

Smith & Nephew Hip Implant

Difference between partial and total hip replacement

Partial hip replacement only replaces the ball portion of the hip joint with an implant.

Total Hip Replacement (TKR) replaces both the ball and socket portion of the hip joint.

Contraindications of a hip replacement

Knee sepsis

An ongoing infection

Extensor mechanism dysfunction

Vascular disease

Recurvatum deformity (knee deformity in which the knee bends backwards) secondary to muscular weakness

Presence of knee arthrodesis

Hip replacement exercises to do

Quad squeezes

Glute squeezes

Heel slides

Ankle pumps

Side step ups


Hip abduction (while lying on the side)

Hip extension

What exercises should be avoided after hip replacement?

Crossing one leg over the other

Turning foot inward and ankle rotations

Side leg raises


Doctor holding hip replacement implant used in hip replacement


The orthopedic surgeon will ask you to have some tests before hip replacement surgery, including-

  • X-Ray
  • MRI
  • Echocardiogram

These imaging tests will help in better diagnosis of the condition, the surgeon will suggest the best suitable treatment option for you after evaluating your condition based on the test results.


The patient will be given general or spinal anesthesia so that he or she does not feel any pain or discomfort during the surgery. The orthopedic surgeon will make an incision over the outside of the hip, cutting through the skin and muscle. The surgeon may make 1 or 2 small incisions of 3 to 4 inches. Best uncemented implants are used during the procedure. With the use of the latest technology and surgical approach, the patient would be able to walk from the next day after surgery. Orthopedic experts recommend to undergo physiotherapy for proper recovery after the surgery.

In our Doctor’s Words

Dr. Ashish Taneja

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics

17 Years Experience Overall

In our Doctor’s Words

While hip replacement surgery is now increasingly becoming a more popular choice, a common thread among all is the delay. Patients keep living through the worst of arthritis and injuries but see hip replacement as only the last option. I think this is also because they feel a replacement does not look natural or will last only a few years. This is completely untrue. A good hip replacement surgery lasts an average of 20-25 years and looks and feels very natural. Also, its a myth that you will take months to start walking again. The truth is, you can walk the same day and recover completely within 10 days. So my honest advice is, if you really want the surgery, dont delay it. It will only further the complications and serve no benefit.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When can I walk after minimally invasive hip replacement in Delhi ?

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Key points to note about hip replacement surgery

  • Hip replacement removes damaged, diseased or worn out parts of a hip joint and replaces them with a new joint or implant.
  • The goal of hip replacement procedure is to relieve pain, increase mobility of the hip joint, and improve your quality of life.
  • Hip replacement surgery may be needed to treat diseases including osteoarthritis, osteonecrosis, rheumatoid arthritis, fractures or due to broken bones from trauma or a disease.
  • How long it takes for you to recover after the hip surgery depends on several factors, including your age or overall health. After returning home, it is very important to take proper care and preventive steps to avoid injuries.

Find relief from constant hip pain with minimally invasive hip replacement surgery in Delhi  

Sometimes, it becomes necessary for people to consider hip replacement surgery when everyday tasks become difficult. Over time, the hip joint can get damaged or worn out by arthritis, fractures or other joint degenerative conditions. Older injuries can also affect the quality of life, and may make simple tasks like walking, standing up and getting out of bed painful. Such complications can make everyday life extremely distressing. A hip replacement surgery should be considered when-

  • The hip joint has limited motion and movement and there is stiffness in the joint.
  • Pain while performing simple things like walking, bending and other everyday activities.
  • Pain continues even when no exertion or pressure is applied or when the hip joint is being rested.

Total hip replacement surgery is only considered when you have tried and failed several other nonsurgical treatments, yet you continue to experience significant pain, stiffness, or other problems with the functioning of your hip joint. A hip surgery can provide a drastic reduction in pain, with almost all patients getting relief from arthritis and other hip pain. 

Get in touch with us and book your consultation with an orthopedic doctor for your case and know if a hip replacement is right for you. 

Advantages of minimally invasive hip replacement  

  • High success rate – Minimally invasive hip replacement is a successful surgery and is an effective, safe, and durable way to treat many of the problems that come with severe hip arthritis.
  • Relieves pain- This is the greatest benefit that the hip replacement procedure offers and the main reason for surgery.
  • Improved mobility and hip function- After the reduction in pain, increased mobility is the next major benefit. A hip replacement should allow you to get back to walking without restraint.
  • Long lasting effect- A hip replacement is a long-lasting approach to treat the problems that come with severe hip arthritis.

Consult the best orthopedic surgeons at Pristyn Care to undergo the most advanced minimally invasive total hip replacement surgery in Delhi.

Why choose us for your hip surgery in Delhi?

We provide high-quality, expert and personalised orthopaedic and musculoskeletal care, tailored as per the individual needs of a patient. Our clinic is present in various locations in Delhi and nearby cities like Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, and more. Our orthopedic surgeons offer cutting edge diagnostics, treatment and personalised care to each patient. Our expert medical team includes more than leading orthopaedic surgeons, and doctors in Delhi. We aim to offer our patients access to the latest, less-invasive orthopedic treatments, with the feeling of trust and safety. Our doctors can help you reduce pain, improve mobility and improve your quality of life. Wait no more and contact us to enjoy a pain free and active life. 

What happens after minimally invasive hip replacement surgery? 

In the hospital- After your minimally invasive hip surgery, you will be taken to the recovery room in the hospital where you would be under observation. Once your vitals, including pulse, blood pressure and breathing are stable, you will be taken to your private or semi private hospital room. Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery typically requires you to stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days. 

You will be encouraged to walk the same day after your surgery, most patients are able to walk on their own or with the use of walking aids such as cane the same day after the surgery. It is important to begin moving your new hip joint after the surgery. Your orthopedic surgeon will meet with you soon after the surgery and may also recommend an exercise program for you. You will be strongly recommended to continue physiotherapy after hip surgery until you regain complete muscle strength and maximum range of motion.

At home- Once you are at home, it is important to keep your incision area clean and dry. You will also be given an exercise plan to follow at home after discharge. Postoperative pain will be controlled with medication and may also be prescribed medications to prevent infections and promote recovery. Take your medications as recommended by your doctor. Your surgeon will recommend you to take a healthy, protein-high diet to promote tissue growth and recovery after the surgery. You may also be given specific bathing instructions. Aspirin and certain other pain medicines can increase the chance of bleeding after surgery. Be sure to take only prescribed medicines and do not take any other medication without your doctor’s approval. In case you experience complications or have other concerns regarding your recovery, feel free to contact our doctor or your concerned medical coordinator. 

Meet our expert orthopedic surgeons for your hip replacement surgery in Delhi

Contact us to schedule an appointment with our best orthopedic surgeons to find out if hip replacement surgery is right for you. Pristyn Care accepts coverage by most insurance providers in the country and our dedicated insurance approval tema will assist you to get your insurance approval from the hospital without any hassles. Give us a call or use our query form on this page to make your appointment. 

Treatments for Degenerative Joint Disease in the Hip

Patients suffering from degenerative joint disease are advised to undergo prompt treatment. There are a number of treatment options for degenerative hip disease, ranging from nonsurgical to surgical treatment. The treatment option for each patient is chosen based on several individual factors, such as age, activity level, extent of cartilage loss the joint has experienced and the effect of the disease on the patient’s life.

Different treatments for degenerative disease in the hip joint you that may discuss with your orthopedic doctor include-

  • Medication- Medications can help reduce the inflammation and swelling and can help manage the pain.
  • Physiotherapy- This can help strengthen the muscles around the affected joint and thus improve mobility and reduce pain. However, patients with severe pain or symptoms may require physiotherapy for several weeks or months.
  • Hip operation- If other treatments are not successful, the orthopedic surgeon may advise hip joint replacement procedure. The surgeon will replace the injured hip joint with a metal or ceramic implant to restore function and quality of life.
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