Bilateral knee replacement- Freedom from pain for patient from Nigeria

: Nigeria

"I am patient of bilateral knee replacement. I am from Nigeria and had no idea about medical treatment in India for treatment and pain relief. I was very worried initially about the treatment but when I came across EasyCure through internet, they invited me to Gurgaon and assured us that they will take care of the treatment logistics and all other things." Patient from Nigeria

“I came across EasyCure while looking for treatment options for continuous pain in my knees.  They helped us to find the best Doctor along with a good accommodation near to the hospital. Doctor’s treatment was excellent and the person from EasyCure who attended is in the Hospital during the treatment was very helping and caring. I’d like to extend my deepest gratitude to the team and doctors at Manipal Hospital.”-Patient from Nigeria


Before arrival itself the patient’s medical visa documentation was handled by EasyCure through the embassy to ensure their entry into the country was smooth.  Our ground team was waiting at the airport to welcome them to India and take them to the predetermined place of accomodation. They were presented with several options of the best orthopedic surgeons for their surgery. They chose Dr Ramneek Mahajan a 15 year experienced doctor at Manipal Hospitals, Dwarka.  A bilateral knee replacement surgery is one in which both knees are replaced with artificial joints. People with severe arthritis in both knees are often good candidates for this as it is better able restore a normal, balanced gait.


The procedure was scheduled after various medical and physical tests deemed the patient fit for surgery. The procedure was completed as per time schedule without any complications. The excellent team of doctors and medical professionals at Manipal Hospital ensured that the patient was well taken care off with maximum emphasis on comfort and speedy recovery. He was discharged after 9 days of observation and light physiotherapy.


EasyCure was with him throughout his stay here providing assistance for all manner of things which were necessary for his stay in India. In the last day we say him off at the hospital wishing him all the best for recovery.