Australian Patient Is A Living Proof That It’s Not An End After Total Hip Replacement Surgery

Hi everyone my name is Brayden Wlod, 53 years old and expat Australian living a life of double hip replacement and I am a living proof that I haven’t ended the adventure after the surgery even.

I live a life of unlimited adventure, rowing. I have been athletic all my life, running, marathon and performing extreme kinds of stuff in the army are few of the examples. I never thought that there would be the day that I would have a total hip replacement surgery at the age of 50.

My life was extraordinary and challenging, long marches and 20 km of the walk was normal for me, and definitely, it became my life. Most importantly, I visited beautiful India for the surgery.
Now let me tell you how I came across India for my surgery, the tragedy started in 2015 after completing a long Marathon in Australia, I started feeling a bit stiff. So I started with a couple of massages but the stiffness and burning didn’t go away. After that, I started having pain in the hip so I consulted an orthopedic surgeon in Australia and he told me that I needed a total hip replacement surgery.
It was essential for me to look after the best replacement surgeon, so I started surfing for the best doctors in India and I found Dr. Ameet Pispati, Best Orthopedic Specialist in India. I thought to connect him and I started my search again to how should I contact him through the internet. I came forward with a Joint Replacement Surgery Hospital India medical tourism provider and contacted them with the given number on the website. A lady spoke and I told her about my suffering, she in return answered all my questions. She asked me to give all the reports details that would help Dr. Ameet Pispati to recognize and study the case.
Through WhatsApp, I shared all the reports and therefore with proper interaction the consultant lady and I fixed an appointment with the doctor.
Being so much active I have lots of friends so I have heard quite a lot about Mumbai and India and of course their culture. As I am a expat Australian, I have seen many cities and countries due to my work. I sometimes in my life wished to see India as well, and maybe India was calling me too. So I thought to give a chance.
Therefore by the end of the year, my appointment was fixed and I reached two days before the day of my surgery. Joint replacement surgery hospital India group member came to receive me and they have made all the arrangements prior to my visit.
With my research, I got to know that Dr. Ameet Pispati is the Best Surgeon for Total Hip Replacement Surgery in India and he is extensively trained internationally in joint surgery, sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery. He is a pioneer with various methods and techniques in hip surgery and computer-aided hip replacement that gives long-lasting results. The overall experience of more than 20 years makes him a specialist in replacement surgeries. He even uses the implants made of titanium and ceramics that have excellent success rate and can last for a lifetime.
These were the qualities that made me impressed and finalized to go for Total Hip Replacement Surgery in India.
My surgery was successful, and Dr. Ameet Pispati suggested me for all the precautions for a few months. I am really grateful to the doctor and his whole team, and of course Joint Replacement Surgery hospital India group, because of them my adventurous life is continued. I was really tensed with my situation, I loved my profession and I never wanted it to end. Its been a year now that I am back with my work but yes with little precautions.

Thank You
Brayden Wlod
(Patient from Australia)

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