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Obese patients can enjoy normal life after replacing joints: Dr Avtar Singh
4/20/2017 10:13:10 PM

Early Times Report
Jammu, Apr 20: Now a days, people suffering from obesity often worries whether there is any treatment available for obese patients suffering from joint problems? Answer to this is yes, it is available.
Obese patients suffering from joint pains, problems can be treated very well with the long experience of surgeon & ultra modern techniques & can be relieved from pain. After getting treated, they can live a normal life.
Dr. Avtar Singh, Chief Orthopedic Surgeon, Amandeep Hospital, Amritsar has already performed more than 1 Lac surgeries of Hip, Knee & orthopedic which includes more than 1500 surgeries of such obese patients. Amandeep Hospital added a feather in its cap by launching navigation technique in North India at a time when most of the hospitals were even not able to think about the same.
Amandeep Hospital always tries to bring the latest technology available world-wide to Amritsar for the people of this region. Dr. Avtar Singh is specialist in treating obese patients. Many obese patients visit him regularly for consultation & treatment.
Balwinder Kaur (57 yrs) resident of Jammu, who is also obese, got treated by Dr. Avtar Singh & now living a very satisfied life. She told the media " Few years ago, I was suffering from severe knee pain & life was just like a hell to me. My weight was 120 Kgs. I was not able to perform my daily jobs also. Then I somehow met Dr. Avtar Singh of Amandeep Hospital, Amritsar, whom I believe is a second God for me. 2 years ago, I got my knees operated & my knees were replaced. Now, I am living normal life & doing my routine jobs very well."
Dr. Avtar Singh informed the media that obese patients always fear about the success of their surgery. With vast experience of surgeon & latest computer techniques, obese patients can be treated successfully. After 2 years of surgery, Balwinder Kaur is living normal life. Now, she can do her all routine works properly.
Dr. Avtar Singh continued that obese people do not need to worry anymore. They can be treated successfully with navigation technology. Now days, joints are improved & work like natural joints for approx. 30-35 years.
While concluding, Dr. Avtar Singh informed that on the heavy demand of business & serving fraternity, Amandeep Hospital. Amritsar has started evening OPD on every Tuesday & Friday from 6.00 PM to 8.00 PM.
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