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Sunway Medical Centre, located in Bandar Sunway, Selangor, Malaysia offers patients Knee Replacement procedures among its total of 9 available procedures, across 6 different specialties. The cost of a Knee Replacement procedure ranges from RM25,000 to RM35,000, whilst the national average price is approximately RM25,000. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by the lead specialist at the Hospital, and they are accredited by ACHSI - The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards International
Went to Your Physio for a bruised Achilles tendon and had pain when walking. Gan was the physio tending to my injury. Within two sessions, the pain had subsided. Helpful, friendly and professional.
I had a terrible sprain on my left ankle from futsal, doctor recommended physio but i was reluctant to go. As this is not my first sprain, normally sprain will heal within 2 weeks. Sadly after 2 weeks of healing, there were no significant progress as this was really a bad sprain. I decided to give it a go. Ms Tan was my physician, she open my eye into another world of sports rehab. As my normal practice are treatment from Chinese Physician. Physio is much more than that, other that healing there is so much knowledge on muscle strengthening, stretching, warming up & posture during exercise. I would definitely recommend Ms Tan.
I am really happy and thankful to "Your physio - Kepong" for giving me opportunity to complete my internship here and it has been a great and valuable experience to me. All the therapist here are extremely helpful and constantly guide me through doubts I encountered. Besides, from their years of experience in this field, they also willing to share the knowledges and help me in confirming diagnosis sometimes. I would say the therapists here are very passionate and dedication in the field towards patient, they always prioritize the patient's needs and work towards the ultimate goals together. At this centre, I also get the chance to perform some hands on skills to treat patient which helped me to learn and grow the skills. After this internship, it has instill much confidence in me than before in handling patient. I like the environment here so much, with all those abstract and meaning arts hanging along the walls and music played are rhythmically soft which can help patient to easily feel relaxing and comfortably from pain. Besides, the centre here is so clean and you can even smell the freshness in the air from the plants planted. Fret not to visit, during this epidemic period, the place is strictly following SOP and constantly sanitize before and after the treatment. The centre here also perfectly equipped with tools and machine for patients, they do provide special equipment like shock wave therapy and dry needling technique that not all physio centres offer. Once again, thank you to "Your physio Kepong" and the therapist team for this 4 weeks - Mr Ben, Miss Fei, Miss Jing Yi, Miss Xin Yi and Mr Yong 😁 From Edwin Cheong, MAHSA university (3/8 - 28/8/20).
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Arthroplasty or Knee Replacement is a surgical procedure involving the exchange of a damaged and weakened knee joint with an artificial one. It is commonly performed for different types of arthritic knee diseases such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriatic arthritis mostly brought on with old age. Other causes can be accidents which lead to meniscal tears, joint dislocation, ligament tears, and cartilage damage. Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of knee replacement. Genu Valgus and Genu Varus can also be treated by the surgery. Arthroplasty can either be partial (Partial Knee Replacement [PKR]) or complete (Total Knee Replacement [TKR]) depending upon the degree of damage.
The front of the knee joint is exposed by detaching a portion of the patellar tendon. This makes the patella visible which is displaced to one side. In this way, the distal end of the femur and the proximal end of tibia become visible. Cutting guides are used to cut the bones in appropriate shape and size. Cartilages and anterior cruciate ligaments are ligated. Posterior cruciate ligament might also be removed depending upon the type of surgery. While fibular and tibial collateral ligaments are conserved anyway. After this, artificial metallic components are surgically implanted at the joint. A substance called polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) cement is used to fix the metallic parts at the exact place. Besides this cement, porous metal prostheses and Osseointegration methods can also be used.
This is a 1 to 3-hour procedure after which you have to stay at the hospital for 1 to 4 days. You may suffer from severe pain which needs to be managed with the assistance of your medical Team and physio will be required to help recover the movement. Period of stay in the hospital may vary depending upon the type of surgery. Complete knee replacement needs more care and healing time as compared to partial knee replacement. Also, your physical condition and will power contribute to your stay at the hospital. Once discharged, you will need to stay local for at least 10-14 days for follow up procedures and early-stage physio, as the first week is so important to the full recovery.
6 weeks are required for complete recovery, however, it may take 3 months for inflammation and pain to subside and the knee continues to repair up to 2 years after the surgery. During the first 6 weeks, you cannot walk properly and experience pain and inflammation, therefore, walking aids such as walkers, crutches, walking sticks, etc. will be required. You can start walking again 12 to 24 hours of surgery with the help of your medical assistant. You can drive again 4 to 6 weeks after the operation. The replaced knee can work for 15 years after which metallic parts wear out and start causing problems.
following points should be kept in mind for the aftercare of a knee transplant patient:
More than 90% of people who have gone through a knee replacement surgery told that they have a tremendous amount of relief in pain and their ability to walk around. 85 to 90% of surgeries are reported to be successful. 60% of these surgeries were undergone by women. Knee replacement surgery can go wrong if there is an infection, however, only 2% of cases are reported in which severe knee joint infections prevailed. Other complications include the formation of a blood clot which can lead to a pulmonary embolism and ultimately death, though this is extremely rare. The risk of infection and clot formation increases with age.
This is the best solution for severe and continuous aching of the knee, but the following are some non-surgical alternatives you may consider first:
Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 28/11/2020.