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About Total Hip Replacement


A total hip replacement or hip arthroplasty is a surgical treatment procedure that involves the replacement of a damaged or worn-out hip joint with an artificial implant. This miraculous option might be a great help, to improve your mobility, and improve your quality of life. The surgical team, headed by the most skilled surgeons in the field, employs the latest techniques to ensure the most appropriate outcomes for the patients.



A total hip replacement or hip arthroplasty is a surgical treatment procedure that involves the replacement of a damaged or worn-out hip joint with an artificial implant. This miraculous option might be a great help, to improve your mobility, and improve your quality of life. The surgical team, headed by the most skilled surgeons in the field, employs the latest techniques to ensure the most appropriate outcomes for the patients.



A total hip replacement is a surgery consisting of the removal of a damaged hip joint and replacing it with an artificial joint. This method is applied to patients with severe hip joint problems or injuries to relieve the pain, enhance mobility, and return the function.

What Situations Demand Full Hip Replacement Surgery for a Person?

Total hip replacement may be needed for patients who suffer from persistent hip pain, stiffness, poor functioning and limited mobility as a result of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, hip fractures, avascular necrosis, hip dysplasia or bone tumours.

Conditions that can require Total Hip Replacement

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Rheumatoid arthritis

  • Hip fractures

  • Avascular necrosis

  • Hip dysplasia

  • Bone tumors

Requirements & Evaluation for Total Hip Replacement

A complete evaluation is performed to evaluate whether a patient is a candidate for complete hip replacement. This may include a review of the patient's medical history, physical examinations, imaging tests (such as X-rays and MRI), blood tests, and conversations regarding the patient's symptoms and general health.

Different Types of Total Hip Replacement

There are a variety of total hip replacement procedures and prostheses available. The type of technique and prosthesis used are decided based on the patient's need and the doctor's suggestion.

Traditional Total Hip Replacement: In the classical total hip replacement method, the diseased bone and cartilage from the hip joint are removed and replaced with artificial prosthetic components. This is the most frequently applied technique as a hip replacement.

Minimally Invasive Total Hip Replacement: Unlike the conventional approach, which requires a larger incision, this treatment uses tiny incisions that may cause less muscle and tissue damage and a faster healing time.

Anterior procedure Total Hip Replacement: This method is done by the surgeon cutting the front of the hip to offer a chance to reach the joint without destroying very important muscles. This procedure promises a faster recovery and less pain.

  • Posterior Approach: The posterior approach to total hip replacement includes making a surgical incision on the rear or side of the hip. It improves joint visibility and enables the adoption of a variety of hip implants.

  • Robotic-Assisted Total Hip Replacement: Robotic technology helps surgeons in correct preoperative planning and implant placement, potentially directing to better outcomes.

Procedure- Hip Replacement Surgery

A total hip replacement operation involves the removal of diseased bone and cartilage from the hip joint. The prosthesis is then placed to replace the hip joint. The procedure can be performed using a variety of surgical approaches, including posterior, anterior, and lateral.

Before the procedure

Before the surgery, patients may undergo preoperative exams, medical preparations, and discussions about anaesthetic options. The medical team will provide thorough instructions for eating, drinking, taking medicine, and making any necessary lifestyle adjustments.


Following the procedure

Following surgery, patients are observed in the recovery area before being transported to their hospital rooms. Physical therapy and rehabilitation usually begin soon after surgery to help heal and restore mobility. Pain management, wound care, and medication are all part of the postoperative care regimen.

Follow-up Care During Recovery

The patients will have regular follow-ups with the medical team to be checked on their progress, the healing process, the medication prescription, the physical therapy needs, and any concerns or complications that may arise.

Risks and Benefits

Although hip replacement surgery is considered safe and effective, it comes with possible complications as any other operation: infection, clots, loosening of the implant, nerve or blood vessel injury are among them, as well as anaesthesia-related risks. The benefits include minimizing pain, improving mobility, and having a higher life quality.

Recovery Time

How long it takes to get back to a normal routine after complete hip replacement varies from person to person. Usually, it is at least a few weeks or months before patients can completely restore their normal activities. Rehabilitation and physical therapy are key components of the rehabilitation process in restoring strength, mobility, and function during the recovery.

How to get a Hip Replacement Treatment with Yapita Health

Yapita Health, with its Hip Surgery Hospitals partners, delivers advanced Hip Replacement across many parts of the world. Our Expert Hip Surgeons can help in getting Hip Replacement done in many countries including Turkey, India, Thailand, the UK, UAE, and many more. Book a consultation with us to get the cost of a Hip Surgery personalized for your needs.

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Treatment Related Information


Types of Total Hip Replacement

  • Traditional Total Hip Replacement

  • Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement

  • Hip Resurfacing


Recovery Time for Total Hip Replacement

The recovery time for total hip replacement varies, but it generally takes several weeks to months to fully recover and resume normal activities.


Success rate of Total Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement has a high success rate ranges from 80% to 90% 


Average hospital stay Days after hip replacement

The typical hospital stay after hip replacement surgery is one night, although some patients may stay longer while others may be able to go home on the same day as the surgery.

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Total Hip Replacement At Yapita Health

Yapita Health is a medical tourism site that offers high-quality services so that you can get the best medical care abroad. We provide our experienced doctors and advanced facilities that will enable you to get the best care and support you need. The medical personnel on board will be along with you throughout your recovery process, so you will be in good hands and their expertise and support will help you to have the smoothest and most successful recovery. Consult today.

FAQs Related to Total Hip Replacement

Who needs Total Hip Replacement?

Total hip replacement may be appropriate for individuals who have severe hip pain, stiffness, limited mobility, and reduced quality of life due to various conditions, including:

1. Osteoarthritis
2. Rheumatoid arthritis
3. Avascular necrosis
4. Hip fractures
5. Hip dysplasia
6. Bone tumors
A consultation with a healthcare professional is necessary to determine if total hip replacement is the right solution for an individual's specific situation.

Is Total Hip Replacement safe?

Total hip replacement is generally safe, but like any surgical procedure, it carries risks. The risks can include infection, blood clots, anesthesia-related complications, implant loosening, nerve or blood vessel damage, and dislocation.

What is the average hospital stay for a patient?

The average hospital stay for a patient undergoing total hip replacement is typically around 2 to 4 days. However, the length of hospitalization can vary depending on the individual's overall health, surgical approach, and the extent of the procedure. Your healthcare team will determine the appropriate length of stay based on your specific circumstances.

How long will the operation take?

The duration of a total hip replacement surgery can vary, but it typically takes around 1 to 2 hours. The specific factors that can affect the duration include the complexity of the case, patient anatomy, and the surgical technique employed.

What are the risks of Total Hip Replacement?

Although rare, there are risks associated with total hip replacement, including:

1. Infection at the surgical site
2. Blood clots in the leg veins or lungs
3. Implant loosening or dislocation
4. Nerve or blood vessel injury
5. Anesthesia-related complications
6. Allergic reactions to anesthesia or medication
It's important to discuss these risks with your surgeon and follow all post-operative instructions to minimize potential complications.

Are life-long medicines necessary after Total Hip Replacement?

In most cases, life-long medications are not necessary after total hip replacement. However, your healthcare provider may prescribe pain management medications, antibiotics (if needed), and medications to prevent blood clots during the recovery period. It's important to follow your doctor's instructions regarding medications and attend any follow-up appointments to ensure proper healing.

Does a person have high infection rates and lead a very restricted life after Total Hip Replacement?

The risk of infection after total hip replacement is relatively low, occurring in less than 1% of cases. With proper surgical technique, infection control protocols, and post-operative care, the chances of infection can be minimized. Following a successful recovery, most individuals can resume normal activities and enjoy an improved quality of life with reduced hip pain and increased mobility.

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