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“You can walk normally just after the second day of your surgery!” This sentence had persuaded thousands of people to have joint replacement surgery. Patients suffering from avascular necrosis are in so much anguish that any hope is welcome. Every AVN patient wants to be able to walk without pain, stiffness, or limping. 

I have a strong esteem for the individuals on the opposite side of the fence. I don’t despise allopathy or surgeons. Never cheated the system because everyone wants to help the patients. But people’s impatient and greedy attitudes irritate me. It is understandable for someone to accept this in the name of the company. However, there should be a fine line between ethical and just practises.

If joint replacement had been a viable treatment option for Avascular necrosis, I would have been the first to refer all of my patients to surgeons. As I do with Ayurvedic therapy of Avascular Necrosis cases with bad prognoses. It’s not horrible, and I’ve never felt bad about it.

And I do have some logic when I say “Joint replacement is not a solution.” Logic combined with facts and conclusions from modern science. And I’m not concerned about little issues like infection or pain following surgery.

Cancer Risk as a Result of Joint Replacement

You might be thinking that I mentioned earlier that I don’t mind surgery and am now spreading dread about it. It’s difficult to believe, but it’s true. Here are four (I’m just sharing four).

According to WJ Gillespie’s publication in The Bone and Joint Journal, “Implantation caused a significant rise in the development of lymphatic and hemopoietic system tumours within the first decade, while also suppressing expected rates of breast, colon, and rectum cancers.” This is not a work of fiction or a coincidental occurrence.

The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery affirmed the same thing in a 2001 research paper. The risk of malignancy after total hip and knee replacement. National Cancer Institute Journal, Volume 87, Issue 1, January 4, 1995 – Cancer Risk Following Hip Replacement with Metal Implants: A Swedish Population-Based Cohort Study. According to the paper, “statistically significant increases in kidney and prostate cancers, as well as a decrease in gastric cancer, merit further investigation.”

However, your surgeon has not read any of these study studies. They solely looked at the companies’ packages and offers. So it’s not only about temporary pain alleviation. 

Total Joint Replacement: Putting Your Genes to the Test

Stranger than cancer?

Although it may appear strange, total joint replacement might cause alterations in your DNA. This is what causes cancer and autoimmune diseases.

“The surgeon does have a choice between different materials to implant in a young patient, but there is no clear indication as to which is the most biocompatible in the long term.” This statement is from The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery’s editorial.

Surprisingly, doctors recommend and patients select joint replacement materials based on the “Price and Benefit” of the materials.

Do we refer to it as “quality of life” when patients agree to “joint replacement”?

Common Joint Replacement Issues

Avascular necrosis is a dangerous disorder that should not be underestimated, and joint replacement may not always be the best treatment option. Here are some of the reasons why:

Joint replacement surgery is a big procedure with a lengthy recovery period and potential dangers. Avascular necrosis can drastically affect one’s quality of life, but if surgery is unsuccessful, these issues can worsen.

A joint replacement is difficult to forecast, and it may not last as long as expected. This means that a person who has had this surgery may need to have it again in the future.

Joint replacements are pricey and necessitate significant aftercare, such as physical therapy and medicine, thus a person with Avascular necrosis may be unable to finance them or obtain proper care for them.

In some situations, joint replacement might cause additional damage to surrounding bones and tissues as a result of increased pressure on them when the implant is put or an infection caused by bacteria entering the surgical site during the procedure.

Finally, there is always the possibility that a person will be unable to tolerate or reject a joint replacement. This could result in major complications and, in some circumstances, death.

Given all of these concerns, it is critical to consult with a doctor to determine whether a joint replacement is the best option for someone suffering from Avascular necrosis. Other therapies may be more appropriate, and a doctor can assist identify what is best for each individual instance.

Why is Ayurvedic Treatment a better and safer alternative to Joint Replacement?

You should not blame the other side of the queue unless you have a better and safer option. It has “moral” and “ethical” implications.

I’ve answered all of your questions about why it’s worthwhile to try to save your joint and avoid hip replacement. However, there should be some benefits to this.

All joints are safe with Ayurvedic treatment. No surgery or treatment can secure the safety of the remainder of the body’s joints like Ayurveda can. Because Ayurvedic medicine focuses on pathological reversal. As a result, the entire system will return to normal. This is the most significant benefit of the treatment.


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