Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used for diagnosing and treating joint problems. During Arthroscopy, a surgeon makes a small incision and inserts a narrow tube with a fiber optic video camera attached to one end of the tube. The video camera transmits the view inside your joint to a high-definition video monitor.
With Arthroscopy, surgeon get inside view of your joint without making a large incision and can even repair some types of joint damage, with pencil-thin surgical instruments inserted through additional small incisions.
Why is Arthroscopy done:
Arthroscopy helps diagnose and treat a variety of joint conditions, most commonly those affecting the:
Conditions treated with arthroscopy include:
Arthroscopy is a very safe procedure and risks and complications are uncommon. Problems may include:
At Citizens Bone & Joint, we specialize in the prevention, diagnosis, surgical and non-surgical treatment of problems impacting the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons. The specialty covers a gamut of services including Joint Replacement Surgery, Spine Surgery, Arthroscopy (keyhole) Surgery, Limb Reconstruction Procedures, Complex Trauma, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and Complete Rehabilitation Program.
We offer comprehensive Bone & Joints treatment for adult and orthopedic patients of all ages
Bone & Joints
Orthopedics involves diagnosis of any kind of injury or disorder; medication, surgery or any other form of treatment; rehabilitation through exercises or physical therapy to restore movement, strength and function; and preventive care with regards to the muscular skeletal system.
There are many conditions which require a joint replacement. The most common being Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis, which result in stiff and painful joints that curtail normal activities severely.
The knee is one of the most injured joints in the body. The knee joint bears three to six times the body weight during various activities and susceptible to injury due to sudden twisting and turning like in racquet sports like badminton, tennis or twisting injury.
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