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World-Class Hip Replacement Surgery in Bangalore.

Q Medical Centre & Hospital have experts at performing Hip Replacement Surgery in Bangalore. Hip Replacement surgery is safe and affordable. Get rid of pain & live your life to the fullest.

What is Hip Replacement ?

A hip replacement is a common type of surgery where a damaged hip joint is replaced with an artificial one (known as an implant).

Hip replacement is usually done on people between the ages of 60 and 80. The most common reason for hip replacement surgery is osteoarthritis (wear & tear of bone joints).

A modern artificial hip joint is designed to last for at least 15 years. Most people have a significant reduction in pain and improvement in their range of movement.

Who needs a Hip Replacement?

As Hip replacement is major surgery, our specialist will first explore all non-surgical options such as physiotherapy, painkillers, lifestyle changes, etc. He may recommend a hip replacement surgery if

  • you have severe pain, swelling and stiffness in your hip joint and your mobility is reduced

  • your hip pain is so severe that it affects your everyday tasks and sleep.

  • you're feeling depressed because of the pain and lack of mobility

Hip Joint illustration

Types of Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement is the most common form of hip replacement and involves the removal of the entire hip joint. Both the femoral head and acetabulum, which comprise the ball-and-socket joint are replaced with artificial parts.
The artificial parts may be made from different materials such as plastic, metal, or ceramic and your surgeon will discuss the pros and cons of each type. Cement may be used to hold the artificial parts in place or left uncemented, with natural bone growth holding them in place. In the UK, the vast majority of patients have cemented hip replacement as this option is very successful and allows earlier mobilization.

A partial hip replacement involves replacing the femoral head (ball component of the ball-and-socket joint) with a metal or ceramic implant which is held within the thigh bone (femur). This type of hip replacement is typically performed to repair a hip joint in which there is a fracture of the femoral head.

This is similar to a partial hip replacement but involves less removal of the femoral head. The arthritic surface of the femoral head is shaved down by a few millimetres and reshaped to allow a metal cap to be cemented on. The acetabulum (socket element of the bone-and-socket joint) is left unaltered.

Hip resurfacing is only appropriate for selected patients and your surgeon will advise you whether this is a suitable option for you.

HIP Replacement Procedure

This procedure is done under anesthesia and our specialist may recommend one dose of antibiotics to reduce the risk of infection.

During the procedure, our specialist will make an incision about 6 to 10 inches long, cut away the damaged joint surfaces and then attach the pieces of the artificial joint. Before closing the incision, your surgeon will test by bending and rotating your knee to ensure proper function. The surgery lasts for about two hours.

Post Op Rehabilitation

After surgery, you may feel some discomfort or pain as the anesthetic wears off. You'll be offered pain relief if you need it. You may have a pad or pillow between your legs to hold them apart and keep your hip joint in one position. This will help to stop your hip from dislocating (moving out of position).

Getting up and starting to walk early on is an important part of your recovery. A physiotherapist will get you up and out of bed and give you some exercises to do. You’ll be given a walking frame or crutches to help you walk.

Everyone recovers differently, but it's often possible to return to light activities or office-based work within around 6 weeks.

Why Choose Q Medical Center & Hospital?

NABH Certified

You get Best in Class Treatment

Experienced Doctors

Average experience of 20 plus years

Personalized Care

Tailored treatment plan to your needs


Affordable world class care for you

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Insurance & Cash Accepted

Most insurance are accepted

Book An Appointment

To consult our experts, you can book an appointment with us by clicking on the Call Now button below. We are available to book appointments from 9 am till 8 pm on all weekdays (Monday to Saturday). We have decent parking available. We also have a inbuilt pharmacy and diagnostics center. Our center is NABH certified.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Thinking about having Hip replacement surgery in Bangalore? It's natural to have questions and concerns. Here, we answer some of the most common FAQs patients ask our surgeons to help you feel informed and prepared:

Total hip replacement, also known as total hip arthroplasty, is a procedure of removing the damaged bone and cartilage of the hip joint and replacing it with parts made of metal, ceramic and hard plastic (prosthetic components).

This artificially created joint, known as prosthesis, improves the function of the hip and reduces the pain and discomfort at the joint area.

Each patient is unique with their own requirement. The cost of hip replacement surgery in bangalore depends upon multiple factors like patient medical condition, type of ward/room choosen (general/semi-private, private), total or partial hip replacement, Arthroscopic or open surgery, implant material selection, etc.

Implants can last around 15 to 20 years depending upon your physical activities, overall health and body weight.

Before leaving the hospital, we will ensure that you can walk easily with the help of support and are able to do your bathroom activities independently. Usually most of our clients return back to a normal lifestyle in 6-12 weeks.

Everyone recovers differently. You can to return to light activities or office-based work within around 6 weeks.

Remember: This FAQ is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Always consult a healthcare professional for personalized guidance concerning your hip replacement surgery and potential surgical options.

We hope this FAQ has brought some clarity to your journey with hip replacement surgery in Bangalore. Wishing you all the best for a smooth and successful recovery!
Disclaimer Statement : The contents of the website is not meant to replace an in-person consultation. Please follow the advise of your doctor via
in-person consultation. This website will not assume any legal responsibility for the patient’s medical condition.


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