Dr. Om Prakash Agarwal is the Best Arthroscopic Doctor in Hyderabad. With an experience of over 25 years in the field of bone-related science, he is the best in the field. He completed his MS (Ortho) postgraduate studies and training at MR Medical College in Gulbarga and also was a Senior Resident at Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences in Hyderabad.


Best Arthroscopy Doctor in Hyderabad

He is presently the Chief orthopedic surgeon at Bhagwan Devi hospital, Chairman since 1994 April at Juhi clinics shaikpet. Also a senior and experienced surgeon in complicated trauma management, joint replacement surgery, and pediatric orthopedic treatment. We have an expert team for the management of spine surgery, and arthroscopic surgery. In 2000 October, he has visited Switzerland for the AO fellowship program and attended several national and international conferences. The faculty in the Dept. of orthopedics, Nizams institute of medical sciences from 1990 to 1994. He graduated from Osmania medical college in 1982.

What is Arthroscopy?

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure that is used to look at, diagnose and treat the joints. It is usually recommended when you have inflammation in the joint. It is also recommended when you might have an injured or damaged joint. The arthroscopy treatment can be done on any of the joints like knee, shoulder, hip, elbow, ankles or wrist.

What is the procedure of Arthroscopy treatment?

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The arthroscopy treatment is done on an outpatient basis. The treatment usually completes within a day which means there is no hospital stay required for the same. Anesthesia is administered. However, the amount of anesthesia depends on the part that is being examined. General anesthesia is given or it is administered to the spine of the patient. The doctor might numb the area that he is performing the treatment on.


procedure of Arthroscopy treatment

A thin, pencil-like instrument is inserted into the area through a small incision. A tool called an arthroscope is inserted which has a camera lens and a light that allows seeing the joint. The camera projects an image of the joint onto the screen. The surgeon then fills the joint with sterile fluid so that it is easier to see the joint.

The surgeon then examines the joint to see what the problem is. Once the diagnosis is complete, the doctor suggests if there is any surgery needed. If there is any surgery needed, then the surgeon will insert special tools called portals through small incisions. These portals are then used to cut, shave and anchor the stitches.

Once done, the arthroscope and other instruments are removed and the wound is closed with stitches or special tape. If the doctor decides to opt for the traditional method, then “open” surgery is performed at the same time as your arthroscopic surgery.

How does the recovery happen after the surgery?

There will be pain after the surgery just like any other normal surgery. The doctor will prescribe the medication. This medication needs to be taken at the proper time to prevent any kind of blood clots. Crutches, splint or a sling is used for support as you begin to recover.


recovery happen after the surgery

Arthroscopy surgery requires very little recovery time. Usually, arthroscopic surgery results in less joint pain and stiffness when compared to the traditional method.

Will the surgery leave any marks or wounds?

There might be mild scarring due to the incisions made by the surgeon to insert the instruments in that area. You will have small puncture holes where the instruments were inserted.

The day after the surgery, the bandages are removed and small strips are used to cover the incisions. If you have had non-dissolvable stitches, then the doctor will remove them after a week or two.

The site must be kept dry as the wounds require some time to heal. It is advisable to cover the wounds with a plastic sheet in order to avoid them from getting wet.

When can I go back to my normal life after the surgery?

There are a certain precautions you must take after the surgery. The surgeon might advise you to take time off work and rest for a few days. Certain physical activities like heavy exercises and other such activities must be avoided. The full joint recovery usually takes a few weeks. However, it will take months to get back to normal.

Why Choose us?

Bhagwan Devi Hospitals is known as the Best Arthroscopy hospital in Hyderabad. With many years of service in the field of medical sciences, we have made a name for ourselves. With a team of well-qualified and expert surgeons with years of experience, we provide you with world-class services and amenities.

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