HEALTHA MEDICAL PARK

Pelvic Surgery

Your doctor may recommend hip arthroscopy when you have pelvic bone pain that does not respond to non-surgical treatments. Non-surgical treatments include rest, physiotherapy, and medication or injections that reduce inflammation. Inflammation is one of your body’s normal responses to injury or illness. In an injured or diseased hip joint, inflammation will cause swelling, pain, and stiffness.

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Pelvic Surgery

Hip Arthroscopic Rehabilitation
The surgeon will set up a rehabilitation program for you based on the surgery performed. In some cases, a cane is needed, but only until the limping stops. If your surgery is very extensive and involves a lot of surgery, you may need to use a cane for one to two months. In most cases, physiotherapy is needed to achieve the best return to the first state. Certain exercises must be performed to restore strength and movement. Your therapist can advise you on what to do and what not to do during rehabilitation.

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Packages Price

In terms of the price of health services, Healtha aims to offer the most competitive prices with other countries so that the price of Healtha services is much lower than the price of similar services around the world.

EIP

Treatment

$1875 - 2736

VIP

Treatment + 3 Star Hotel

$1986 - 2847

CIP

Treatment + 5 Star Hotel

$2075 - 2935

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Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

Will surgery relieve all of my symptoms?

There is no guarantee that any treatment—including surgery—will relieve all of your symptoms. Also, new problems may occur after surgery, such as pain during sexual intercourse, pelvic pain, or urinary incontinence.

How long does it take to recover from pelvic surgery?

Physical therapy, the use of crutches and, rarely, surgery may be recommended. Healing can take eight to 12 weeks. Severe injuries to the pelvis that involve several breaks can be life-threatening.

How successful is pelvic prolapse surgery?

Approximately 94% achieved surgical success when it was defined as the absence of prolapse beyond the hymen. Subjective cure (absence of bulge symptoms) occurred in 92.1% while absence of re-treatment occurred in 97.2% of participants.

Is pelvic floor surgery painful?

Expect some pain. Pain is common for several days following any pelvic prolapse surgery. Pain tends to resolve more quickly after vaginal and laparoscopic procedures.

Pelvic Surgery