Dr. Vivek Logani Joint Replacement Surgeon in Paras Hospital Gurgaon | Quick Medical Evaluation
Dr. Vivek Logani top joint replacement surgeon is associated with Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon as Chief – Joint Replacement Surgery & Sports Injury Centre.He comes with extensive clinical experience of over 17 years having performed more than 5100 joint replacements including more than 300 revision joint replacements. He has completed MS (Orthopedics) and DNB (Orthopedics). He has done extensive work in the field of joint replacements at the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). His major areas of sub-specialization are Computer Navigation for Joint Replacement, Complex Primary and Revision Joint Replacement of Knee, Hip, Shoulder and Elbow, Unicondylar Knee Replacement and Allograft Bone Banking. He has been one of the pioneers of computer navigation surgery, which is being performed at very few centres across India and abroad. His journey of computer navigation started in 2009 and he is one of the select few surgeons in India who perform 100% of knee replacement surgeries with navigation.
CURRENT PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS AND FUTURE PLANS
Currently involved in exclusive high volume hip and knee arthroplasty practice with a special interest in difficult primaries and complex revision joint replacements. The difficult primary knees in his practice include severe varus, valgus, fixed flexion deformities (including a large series of crawling patients), stiff knees with fibrous or bony ankylosis, extraarticular deformities, previous implants in situ, severely osteoporotic patients of rheumatoid arthritis, gross ligament laxity, etc. The difficult primary hips include fused hips with fibrous or bony ankylosis, dysplastic hips, acetabular defects, severe shortening, flexion deformities, protrusioacetabuli, previous implants in situ and extraarticular deformities, etc.
OUR FREE HEALTHCARE CONCIERGE SERVICES FOR MEDICAL TRAVELERS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
1. Consulting Services & Treatment Package Development: To accurately assess a treatment plan, a personal medical record is required.
2. Physician Curriculum Vitae: Medical records are transferred to the physician for treatment and pricing options.
3. Second Opinion: Medical report for review by your specialist doctors, with a response expected within 72 hours [3 days].
4. Cost-Effective Treatment Plans: Expect to receive numerous referrals from various hospitals outlining their second opinion and treatment costs.
5. Medical Visa Assistance: Once the patient is satisfied with the recommended treatment and hospital and has finalised their plans to visit India, we will assist them in obtaining a medical visa. The patient must apply for the visa on his or her own at the High Commission of India (Indian embassy) in their home country. We provide the patient with an invitation letter from the appropriate hospital, which is required for submitting their visa application. In addition, our team is trained to answer any questions the patient may have about medical visas and medical attendant visas.
6. Treatment Program: When seeing a doctor, extra contact information for the wardroom is provided.
7. Personal case manager: Once the patient arrives in the designated country for treatment, he or she is completely under our care. To handle any cases involving hospital/doctor negligence or malpractice against patients. We will also be responsible for the accommodation and stay of the members accompanying the patient.
8. Interpretation: If necessary, interpretation assistance is provided.
9. Communication: Help with communication with family and at home. Phone card or mobile phone.
10. Airport arrival and departure assistance: complimentary airport pick-up and drop-off in a cab.
11. Post-acute care rehabilitation: Post-acute care rehabilitation and nursing needs.
12. Wellness and spa packages: Pre and post-procedures have been added to the wellness and spa packages. Palade, yoga, and spiritual classes are available. 4 to 5-star resort accommodations.
13. Follow-up care: Provide free care when patients return to their home countries.