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Dr. Ashish Jain is the best orthopaedic doctor in Delhi NCR India!

Dr. Ashish Jain is an internationally trained and experienced Joint Replacement Surgeon, currently practicing in New Delhi, India. Dr.Ashish Jain has years of surgical experience and has special expertise in Joint Replacement Surgery. After completing his MBBS: Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, Karnataka. He did his M.S [ORTHO.] from the same college.

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About Me

  • M.B.B.S Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, Karnataka
  • MS. Ortho, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, Karnataka
Max Healthcare Since Last 5 Years (Joint Reconstruction & Trauma)
Jaipur Golden Hospital Rohini
Fortis Healthcare 3 Years (Joint Reconstruction &Trauma)
More than 10 years experience in Joint Replacement Surgery primarily Computer Assisted TKR
  • Complex Total Knee Replacement
  • Hip & Shoulder Replacement
  • Joint Reconstruction & Trauma
  • Life Member: Indian Arthroplasty Association
  • Life Member: Indian Society of Hip & Knee surgeon


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Knee Joint Replacement

The stage comes with knee replacement surgery finally when the patient has been failed to recover from medicines and other necessary medical treatments.

Shoulder Replacement

While reverse shoulder replacement is quite different from traditional methods of shoulder joint replacement surgery. When the patient has been suffering from prolonged arthritis

Total Hip Replacement

The process by which the destroyed cartilage and bone of the hip joint is substituted along with metallic plates or other artificial materials are referred to as total hip replacement

Fracture Fixation

The main aim of fracture fixation is to recover the fractured bone using metal screws and pins. Stabilizing the fractured bone and to enable fast healing of the injured bone!

Treatment For Arthritis

Knee osteoarthritis is the most common type of osteoarthritis. More than 10 million Americans have knee osteoarthritis. It is also the most common cause of disability in the United States

Computer Assistance Surgery

A growing number of surgeons are using camera-computer systems to help them apply their skills to the utmost advantage for patients undergoing joint replacement.

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Joint cartilage is a tough, smooth tissue that covers the ends of bones where joints are located. It helps cushion the bones during movement, and because it is smooth and slippery, it allows for motion with minimal friction.

Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, is a wear and tear condition that destroys joint cartilage. Sometimes, as the result of trauma, repetitive movement, or for no apparent reason, the cartilage wears down, exposing the bone ends. Over time, cartilage destruction can result in painful bone-on-bone contact, along with swelling and loss of motion. Osteoarthritis usually occurs later in life and may affect only one joint or many joints.

The term total hip replacement is somewhat misleading. The hip itself is not replaced, as is commonly thought, but rather an implant is used to recap the worn bone ends. The head of the femur is removed. A metal stem is then inserted into the femur shaft and topped with a metal or ceramic ball.

The worn socket (acetabulum) is smoothed and lined with a metal cup and either plastic, metal, or ceramic liner. No longer does bone rub on bone, causing pain and stiffness.

The term total knee replacement is also misleading. The knee itself is not replaced, as is commonly thought, but rather an implant is used to recap the worn bone ends. This is done with a metal alloy on the femur and a plastic spacer on the tibia and patella (knee cap). This creates a new, smooth cushion and a functional joint that can reduce or eliminate pain.

Knee or hip replacement surgery may be considered for those suffering from arthritic pain that severely limits the activities of daily living.

It is only recommended after careful examination and diagnosis of your particular joint problem, and only after more conservative measures such as exercise, physical therapy and medications have proven ineffective.

All implants have a limited life expectancy depending on an individual’s age, weight, activity level, and medical condition(s). A total joint implant’s longevity will vary in every patient.

It is important to remember that an implant is a medical device subject to wear that may lead to mechanical failure. While it is important to follow all of your surgeon’s recommendations after surgery, there is no guarantee that your particular implant will last for any specified length of time.

Most surgeries go well, without any complications. Infection and blood clots are two serious complications. To avoid these complications, your surgeon may use antibiotics, blood thinners or compression devices. Surgeons also take special precautions in the operating room to reduce the risk of infection.

Our goal is that all patients get out of bed and walk the same day as their surgery. The next morning patients get dressed in their own clothing, get up to a recliner chair for breakfast and participate in physical and occupational therapy. Most patients leave the hospital the day after their surgery.

The hospital reserves approximately 2-3 hours for surgery. Some of this time will be taken by the operating room staff to prepare for surgery.

Most patients have spinal anesthetic for surgery which numbs your legs but does not require you to be fully asleep. You will discuss your anesthesia options further when you meet with an anesthesia provider prior to surgery.

You will have some discomfort following surgery, but our goal is to keep your pain level at a 4/10 or less. This pain level will allow you to eat, sleep, walk and do your exercises so that you can recover comfortably.

Pain after surgery is quite variable from person to person, and not entirely predictable, but advancement in medication and improved anesthetic techniques greatly enhance our ability to control pain and discomfort after surgery. Expect pain to be at its worst the first two weeks after surgery.

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