Best Knee Replacement Surgeon in Jaipur

Orthopedic Knee Specialist with 15000 Successful Surgeries

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Dr Pratul Jain

Orthopedic and Knee Replacement Surgeon

Best knee replacement surgeon in Jaipur with experience in the comprehensive management of trauma and joint disorders.

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Best Knee Replacement Hospital in Jaipur

We’ve been offering services to ailing people and trauma patients since 1991. The hospital is a dream seen by Dr. Pradeep Jain to serve humanity.

Ginni Devi Hospital: Your NABH Certified Destination for Comprehensive Orthopedic Care. Receive a Full Range of Treatments by an orthopedic knee specialist to Ensure Healthy, Disease-Free Bones and Optimal Orthopedic Well-being.

GDMH is a prestigious institution in the field of orthopedic speciality. The hospital has earned remarkable goodwill due to its exceptional patient care and state-of-the-art facilities.

At GDMH, we offer a comprehensive range of treatments in the field of orthopedics, including Knee replacement and Hip Joint Replacement, Arthroscopic Surgeries, Spine Surgeries, Fracture and Trauma, and more.

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Why Choose GDMH for Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Qualified Doctors

Our Knee Replacement surgeon are experienced and effective, and our staff is caring and supportive.

Affordable Treatment

Our treatment is affordable and provides top-notch facilities, reassuring our patients.

Modern Clinic

We provide safe, custom medical procedures with advanced equipment and experts.


We provide 24/7 emergency medical assistance through ambulances and doctors.

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We offer top orthopaedic treatment with high cure rates. Visit us for effective therapy.

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Get the best advice and health care system from top orthopedic knee specialist at GDMH.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Knee Replacement Surgery

Is it the right time to undergo a knee replacement surgery?

Deciding when it’s the right time for a knee replacement surgery isn’t straightforward. Typically, the main indicator is discomfort. If you’ve tested everything from adjusting your lifestyle to taking medication and therapy without success, then knee replacement surgery might be the step to think about.

Before you think about surgical procedures, your doctor will usually recommend you try several kinds of nonsurgical options.
These may include:

  • physical therapy
  • weight loss (if appropriate)
  • anti-inflammatory medication
  • steroid injections
  • hyaluronic (gel) injections
  • alternative treatments such as acupuncture

In some cases, these solutions may help manage knee problems. However, if the symptoms stay, then surgery may be the best option.

If a total knee replacement (TKR surgery) is required, postponing surgery for an extended length of time could lead to a more complex procedure and a less desirable outcome.

Questions to ask yourself include:

  • Have I tried everything?
  • Is my knee preventing me from doing the things I enjoy?

Get more information to help you determine if you should consider knee surgery.

The orthopedic knee specialist will create a cut over the front of your knee to reveal the injured joint.

The normal cut size ranges from about 610 inches in length.

Following the surgery, the surgeon positions your kneecap to the side and removes the damaged or worn-out cartilage and a small portion of the bone.

Surgeons then repair the injured tissue with new plastic and metal parts.

The components are joined together to form an artificial joint that is medically suitable and replicates the movement of your knee joint.

Usually, knee replacement surgeries take between 60 and 90 minutes to complete.

Artificial knee implants are made up of metal and polyethene (plastic), a medical-grade material.
There are two options for connecting the components to the bone. One option is to apply bone cement, which typically takes approximately ten minutes to set. The other option is cement-free, with the components coated in a porous material that permits bone to grow onto them.

In some situations, a surgeon may employ both procedures during the same procedure.

Any operation done with anesthesia has risks, although it is rare that severe complications result from any type of anesthesia.

The options for TKR surgery include:

  • general anesthesia
  • spinal or epidural
  • a regional nerve block anesthesia

An anesthesia team will decide on the most suitable options for you but most knee replacement surgery is done using a combination of the above.

There is likely to be some discomfort after your procedure, but your surgical team will do everything necessary to keep it bearable and limited.

You may be given a nerve block before your surgery, and your surgeon may also use a long-lasting local anesthetic during the surgery to help with pain management afterwards.

Your doctor will prescribe medicine to assist you in managing the discomfort. You may receive this intravenously (IV) right after surgery.

When you leave the hospital, your doctor will offer you pain relief pills or tablets.

After surgery, your knee should feel significantly less painful than before. However, exact results cannot be predicted, and some people may experience knee pain for months after surgery.

Following your doctor’s recommendations right after the surgery is the most effective method for controlling pain and obtaining the best possible outcome.

After undergoing anesthesia, it’s common to wake up feeling a bit disoriented and sleepy.

Upon waking, your knee may be raised to reduce swelling.

You might also find your knee gently moving in a motion machine, which helps with leg movement while you’re lying down.

Your knee will be wrapped up with a drainage tube to collect any fluid.

If a urinary catheter is inserted, it is typically removed on the day or the following day by a healthcare provider.

To improve blood flow, you may be advised to wear a compression bandage or stocking around your leg.

To reduce the risk of developing a blood clot, you might need to take medication (blood thinners), use foot/calf pumps, or both.

After surgery, some patients experience stomach upset. This is an occurrence, and your healthcare provider may recommend medication to ease any discomfort.

Your physician will also prescribe medications to decrease the likelihood of infection.

Antibiotics can be beneficial in preventing infections. It’s important to be aware of the signs of an infection following knee surgery.

Most patients typically start walking with a walker or crutches within a day, after the surgery.

Following the operation a physical therapist will help you with knee movements getting out of bed and gradually relearning to walk with your knee. This usually takes place on the day as your surgery.

Patients are usually discharged from the hospital 23 days post surgery.

home you will undergo regular therapy sessions for several weeks. Tailored exercises will be provided to enhance the functionality of your knee.

If necessary based on your condition or if you lack support, at home your doctor may suggest spending some time in a rehabilitation or nursing center.

The majority of people recover within 3 months, although some may take 6 months or longer.

If you live in a house with floors, it’s an idea to set up a bed and some space on the ground floor so you can avoid using the stairs.

Make sure your house is free of obstacles and dangers like wires, rugs, clutter and furniture. Focus on keeping pathways, corridors, and other areas you frequently walk through clear.

Make sure that:

  • Handrails are secure
  • There’s a grab handle in the tub or shower

You might also find it helpful to have a seat for the bath or shower.

Some surgeons recommend using a CPM (continuous passive motion) machine in the hospital as well as at home while lying in bed.

A CPM machine helps increase knee motion during the first few weeks after surgery.

It can:

  • slow the development of scar tissue
  • help you maximize your early range of motion following your operation

If you were provided with a CPM machine to use at home, follow the instructions carefully.

Your doctor will recommend any mobility devices you may require, such as a walker, crutches, or a cane.

Patients typically need a device, like a walker, crutches or cane, for 3 weeks following knee replacement surgery, though this can vary from person to person.

Around 6 to 8 weeks post-surgery, you can start exercises such as using a bike, walking, and swimming. Your physical therapist will guide you on incorporating activities during this period.

It’s recommended to steer clear of activities like running, jumping, and other high-impact exercises.

If you have any questions regarding your activities, it’s best to consult with your surgeon.

Research indicates that over 82% of knee replacements remain operational after 25 years. However, regular use can lead to wear and tear, affecting its durability over time.

Young people are more likely to require a revision due to their higher activity levels. It is advisable to seek advice tailored to your circumstances.

According to orthopedic knee specialist, some reasons for knee replacement surgery are severe knee pain while resting, stiffness in joints or those who has severe knee injury.

Yes, you will need physiotherapy post-surgery. Knee replacement doctors always recommend physiotherapy because it helps strengthen the knee joint.

Knee replacement surgery can be avoided only if non-surgical methods provide relief to the patient. Other methods are weight loss, physical therapy, steroid injections and medications.

Generally, most knee surgeon suggest their patients take at least one month off from work. If your job requires a longer moving process, then you need to take more time to rest.

What Our TKR Patients Say About Us!

Delivering world-class knee treatments to all their issues and ailments.

I was suffering from severe joint pain. I couldn't move. Not only my body had stopped working but even my life went to a standstill. I couldn't carry out my daily activities and was dependent on my family for almost everything. And for an independent woman like me who always believes in doing things by herself, it was very difficult. But then after doing treatment from Ginni Devi Orthopedic hospital, I could stand on my feet again and got my independent self-back. Not only I could move but even my life that went to a standstill due to my joint pain gained momentum. And even the hands of my clock finally moved from the bad time and showed a good time. Thank you so much doctors and hospital team.

Shilpi Jain


We took our mothers treatment of knee replacement from Ginni Devi Hospital. This hospital is actually a hub for joint replacements. Staff here is very caring and fully trained in managing such cases. My mother started walking on same day of surgery. Highly recommended for Knee replacement cases.

Meenakshi Kumawat


I recommend this as one one of the best hospital for bone & joint care surgery in Jaipur. Doctors are highly experienced and staff is also very good. Ginni Devi Hospital is one of the best place for quality and affordable orthopedic treatment in Jaipur.

Chetan Gupta


Dr. Pratul Jain is very friendly, honest and professional doctor. Dr. Pratul Jain is one of Tha Best Joint Replacement Surgeon in Jaipur

Ramkishan Gurjar


What is Knee Replacement Surgery?

Knee replacement surgery is a surgical treatment suggested for those who have a damaged or worn-out knee joint. This surgery involves using plastic and metal parts in place of damaged cartilage and bones. The goal of this surgery is to reduce the pain.

Types of Knee Replacement Surgeries
Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Total knee replacement is recommended when you are feeling severe pain while doing everyday activities, like walking or even when you are resting or sitting. This surgery involves using an artificial joint in place of a damaged joint.

Partial Knee Replacement Surgery

Partial Knee Replacement Surgery

In partial knee replacement only the damaged parts of your knee joint are replaced. The damaged section is replaced with plastic and metal components.

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When do you Need a Knee Replacement Surgery?

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