A painful, stiff hip can keep you from doing the simple things in life, even walking without
pain. Hip replacement surgery involves replacing the hip joint with an artificial joint when it is
irreversibly damaged due to arthritis, injury or degenerative conditions and cannot be treated by
Mehndiratta hospital offers the complete range of hip replacement surgeries to improve your
quality of life by giving you a stable, pain-free hip with excellent angle of motion. Depending on
the severity of a patient’s condition and the doctor’s judgment, various surgical interventions for
hip replacement are available.
Total hip replacement surgery
Total hip replacement surgery completely replaces the worn-out hip joint with an artificial hip
joint. At Mehndiratta hospital we would choose the best prosthesis like cemented, un-cemented
and hybrid after the careful diagnosis of patient’s particular hip problems, life style and age.
Partial hip replacement surgery
In some patients only one part of the hip is damaged or diseased. In such a situation our team of specialists may advise the patient to undergo a partial hip replacement surgery. This enables the patient to return to his/her normal activities with minimal to no restrictions.
Revision hip replacement surgery
An artificial hip can wear out with time and may need revision replacement surgery which is
challenging and needs deep expertise. The deep expertise of our specialists and our track record of superior clinical outcomes has made Mehnditatta hospital the centre of choice for revision hip replacement surgeries.
Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery
Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery facilitates the surgeons to operate with greater
accuracy and less injury to the body. It allows a more natural reconstruction after the artificial
joint is placed and makes it possible for the patient to return to normal function and activity in a
The Orthopaedic Trauma Service carries on the tradition of excellence in clinical care to provide
comprehensive treatment for all musculoskeletal injuries.
The Trauma Service physicians care for patients with recent or acute injuries as well as those who have chronic problems or complications of previous injuries. Treatments are highly individualized and often include operative procedures as well as non-operative care such as splinting, bracing, and casting. . Rehabilitation after injury is a critical part of the treatment plan. Restoration of function, return to normal activities, and prevention of pain and deformity are our goals as we care for the total patient in a multidisciplinary environment.