Arthroscopic Treatment

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedureArthroscopy is a surgical procedure that allows the doctor to look inside of a joint inside the body through a thin screening instrument called an arthroscope. It involves looking at the joint surfaces and the surrounding soft tissues, such as tissue that link bone to bone (ligaments) and the tough tissues. This procedure is also used to diagnose a joint problem, perform surgery that repairs a joint problem, remove a loose or foreign body, or monitor a disease or the effectiveness of treatment. Arthroscopy is commonly performed on the knee, shoulder, and ankle. It also can be done on the hip, elbow, and wrist.

Arthroscopic surgery can be used for various procedures which include:
  • Joint replacement
  • Hand surgery
  • Foot and ankle surgery
  • Shoulder and elbow surgery
  • Trauma and fracture care