Minimally Invasive surgeries & Fracture fixation
Minimally invasive surgery has revolutionized many fields of medicine. Its key characteristic is that it uses specialized techniques and instrumentation that enable the physician to perform major surgery without a large incision
The procedure does not disturb as many muscles and tendons in the hip area as the classic total hip procedure. This allows for a potentially more natural reconstruction after the prosthesis is in place and the potential for a quicker return to normal function and activity.
The smaller incision and reduced muscle disruption indicate that patients may have a shorter recovery time and less scarring. With MIS hip replacement, there may be less blood loss, less time in surgery and possibly a shorter hospital stay.