As we grow older, we sometimes forget that our body isn't as strong as our spirit. We enthusiastically agree to a game of hoops with our friends, some mogul-hopping or off-road biking, or we decide to start jogging again. Unfortunately, in many cases, older individuals (that new generation called Baby Boomers), end up with injured knee joints instead. This isn't to say that boomers should sit in a chair and watch TV all day. Quite the contrary they may enjoy restored movement, range of motion and function through a variety of knee surgical procedures that will get you back on your feet without breaking the bank.
However, individuals diagnosed with a variety of knee conditions such as:
can get the latest advances in knee surgery at the Madras Joint Replacement center (MJRC).
Get Back on Your Feet
Dr. A. K. Venkatachalam of the Madras Joint Replacement Center in Chennai, India, offers a wide range of need surgery options for patients traveling to India from Europe, Africa, and North and South America. Some of the most popular knee surgeries offered at the Madras Joint Replacement Center include:
The Madras Joint Replacement Center offers world renowned techniques and technologies in joint replacement procedures. It has gained a reputation of pioneering high flexion knee replacements, Oxford partial knee, gender specific knee, and Oxinium knee replacements. Always on the cutting edge of technologies and treatments for joint replacements, MJRC also specializes in stem cell knee cartilage regeneration, a growing trend in orthopedic surgery.
Offering board certified, highly trained and experienced orthopedic surgeons in Chennai, Dr. Venkatachalam and his staff have gained experience in joint replacement surgeries throughout the Middle East, the United Kingdom, Belgium, and of course, Asia. Since the early 1990s, Dr. Venkatachalam has received qualifications from the University of Madras, Delhi University, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, and the University of Liverpool, as well as permanent registration with GMC in London, and with a DOHMS of Dubai, and UAE as a specialist in orthopedics.
The Madras Joint Replacement Center has been on the leading edge of treatments and procedures that restore movement and mobility to baby boomers, individuals involved in sports injury, as well as those seeking more control and power over their medical care and treatment.
Cost of treatment at Madras Joint Replacement Center
The Madras Joint Replacement Center is a popular destination for self-insured individuals or those not covered by national health insurance plans (as well as some who are). Travelers from African countries, the Middle East, and North and South America have long known that Madras Joint Replacement Center offers affordable, effective, state-of-the-art technologies and procedures to treat over a dozen knee conditions and injuries with long-term positive prognosis.
Baby boomers or individuals suffering from sports injuries enjoy all-inclusive costs for their stay at Madras Joint Replacement Center, including a seven night stay, the cost of the knee joint replacement prosthesis, surgeon's fees, operating theatre charges, meds, laboratory procedures and physiotherapy.
A total knee replacement procedure in the United States costs about $50,000, and that doesn't include hospital stay, pre- and post-op care, or other incidentals (labs, imaging, doctor's fees, etc.). The same procedure performed at the Madras Joint Replacement Center in Chennai costs approximately $9500 - for everything, including a week stay at one of the most beautiful vacation destinations in India.
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