POST OPERATIVE RECOVERY WARD/ICU • The patient will remain in the post operative recovery ward/ICU for 24-48 hrs as per advice of the anaesthetist. • And the patient will be given medication for infection control , DVT prevention and pain control. • We have dedicated pain control management team including professional doctors and pain managing nurses • You may also have to adapt certain measures for DVT preventions that include DVT pumps and stockings MEDICATION 1. PAIN CONTROL a. Pain management team comprising of pain management doctors and nurses b. Pain controlling modalities c. Patient controlled analgesic (PCA) d. Epidural catheters e. Anti-inflammatory analgesics 2. ANTIBIOTICS 3. OTHERS a. Medication for DVT prophylaxis b. Suction drainage tubes usually placed deep in the wound to remove blood which collects after surgery. These drains are removed 2 days after the surgery. c. Urinary catheter might be inserted for helping you pass urine. d. All these tubes are usually put for 24-48 hrs e. Dressing: First dressing is expected to be changed on second day post operatively. f. Physiotherapy will be started from day one. 4. PHYSIOTHERAPY a. As soon as you are shifted from recovery room physiotherapy will be started. b. Early rehabilitation will accelerate your postoperative recovery. c. Early stage physiotherapy will focus on:-  Bed side sitting
 Standing with walker
 Initiating walking in ward
 Day to day Activity Training
 Patient education about precautions
 Pain relief (Cold Packs)
 Gaining active ROM
Dr. Maichand is very much concerned about pain control, and does everything possible to keep your pain to minimum. You will be amazed at how little pain you will have.  Major reason for this is that the surgery is minimally invasive and lesser tissue is cut, that causes leser pain.
While you are in the hospital, please let us know if you have calf pain, chest pain or shortness of breath. These may be signs of blood clots.

Upcoming Events
  • Coming up with a mega campaign "Lets Fight Arthritis" on the occasion of World Arthritis Day, at A4 Block, Gauri Shankar Mandir, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi. The campaign will be on 9th October 2016(Sunday). 

  • Health Awareness Campaign on 28th August at Gurudwara Singh Sabha E Block Karampura, Delhi.

  • Coming up with a mega campaign on Spine & Back Pain on 5th June 2016 at Gurudwara New Ranjeet Nagar (near Satyam Ciema), Patel nagar, Delhi in association with Sukhmani Charitable Trust, Delhi.

  • Coming up with an awareness campaign on Arthritis Management & Control on 22nd May 2016 at Guru Ram Dass Charitable Medical Centre - Gurudwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Moti Nagar, Delhi.  

  • Mega campaign on Arthritis Management on "Mother's Day" 8th May 2016 at West Patel Nagar, Delhi - 110008

  • Mega campaign on Arthritis Management in association with "Varishth Nagrik Kesari Club" - Punjab Kesari Delhi on 6th April 2016 (Wednesday)

  • Dr. Ashwani Maichand Participated in Shoulder Conclave 2016 at JWT Marriott, Pune

  • Dr. Ashwani Maichand was the Table instructor for young doctors at Cadaver Joint Replacement Training on 21st February 2016 at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)

  • Arthritis Awareness campaign on 28th february 2016 from 10 am to 1 pm at Minomax Knee & Shoulder Clinics (8/29, West Patel nagar, Delhi, India)

  • Participating as a speaker on "Dificult cases of Hip & Knee Replacement" in 2nd Masters Course in Arthroplasty at Meril Academy, VAPI, Gujarat from 4th to 6th February 2016






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Contact Us
Dr Ashwani Maichand
M.S., M.Ch. (Ortho)
Fellowship Joint Replacement
Specialist : Knee & Shoulder
Dr. Rahul Kakran
M.s., M.Ch (Ortho)
Specialist : Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS)
Dr. Rajni Koundal
Consultant Physiotherapy
For Appointment : 9999074745
( Mr. Sunny ) 
For Upcoming Events : 9999071715
( Mr. Sarabjeet Singh)
Address : 
MinOmaX Knee & Shoulder Clinics
8/29, West Patel Nagar,opp. D.A.V. Sr. Secondary School (near Metro Pillar no. 198, Delhi-110008)
Timings : Daily 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM  ( Except Sunday).
Please Take Prior Appointment to avoid inconvinience.