Minimally invasive surgery in Aurangabad
Our surgical department is led by Dr. Gajanan Deshmukh, a renowned minimally invasive surgeon who focuses on performing procedures using tiny insertions rather than long cuts. Many procedures that were previously performed via open surgeries are now performed via minimally invasive surgeries because of technological advancements. Minimally invasive operations have a number of advantages, including less discomfort, smaller scars, a shorter hospital stay, a lower risk of bleeding and infection, and a faster recovery. Minimally invasive operations are referred to by a variety of terminology, including keyhole, laparoscopic, and robotic surgery.
Minimally invasive surgery, sometimes known as keyhole surgery, is performed through a series of small incisions rather than a single big opening. This reduces the amount of stress to the soft tissues around the surgical site while maintaining the same surgical result.
This refers to the difference between exposing the entire joint through a wide, open incision or employing small, focused incisions to address only the problem area in orthopedic surgery.
Patients get faster recovery times, lower risk, and less discomfort compared with traditional surgery because the incisions are small.
Joint replacements and arthroscopies (hip, knee, ankle, wrist, shoulder, and elbow, as well as knee osteotomy) are examples of minimally invasive orthopedic surgery (realignment).
What Are the Most Common Orthopedic Surgeries?
- Knee Replacement.
- ACL Surgery.
- Hip Replacement.
- Shoulder Replacement.
- Joint Fusion.