Joint Fusion

Joint fusion is popularly known as Arthrodesis. Doctors mainly perform this surgery on arthritis patients to relieve them of extreme joint pains. The surgeons perform joint fusions in different parts of the human body like the thumb, fingers, wrist, spine, and ankle.


Benefits of Joint Fusion treatment -

  • It relieves severe joint pain.

  • It helps in achieving stability in the joint.

  • It improves alignment.

  • Patients can bear weight on the fused joint without any difficulties.

Benefits of Joint Fusion Treatment From Us-

⦁      We have advanced technology-based laser equipment.

⦁      Treatments are done by the best Orthopaedics..

⦁      We always use the best precautions before and after treatment.

⦁      We always care for you till the complete treatment.

Precautions before Joint Fusion -

  • Stop taking medications such as blood thinners a week or more before surgery, as instructed by your doctor. 

  • Inform your doctor of any medications or supplements you are taking. 

  • Prepare your home to be ready for you to move around with a wheelchair, walker, or cane.

  • Coordinate to have someone drive you home after surgery.

  • Do not eat or drink anything after midnight on the day before surgery.

Precautions after Joint Fusion -

  • Keep the leg elevated to reduce pain and swelling.

  • Use pain medications exactly as prescribed.

  • Use your crutches to move around.

  • Avoid putting weight on the affected knee for 12 weeks.

Step by Step Joint Fusion treatment-

  • For joint fusion you have to visit our hospital.

  • Meet our orthopaedic specialist.

  • Test to Joint Fusion.

  • Start your treatment and follow the instructions

  • Follow the precautions rule and take medicines on time.

  • Take rest and be healthy.

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Most fusions cannot be reversed once a solid arthrodesis has been achieved, especially if circumferential fusion has occurred.

Because the bone fuses during the healing time following the surgery, continued pain and other symptoms can be expected, but will typically begin to alleviate within a few weeks. The entire recovery process for sacroiliac joint fusion can take up to 6 months.

Depending on the location and extent of your surgery, you may experience some pain and discomfort but the pain can usually be controlled well with medications. After you go home, contact your doctor if you exhibit signs of infection, such as: Redness, tenderness or swelling.