Arthroscopy – Key Hole Surgery of The Joint
This is a high-tech minimally invasive procedure done by an Orthopedic Surgeon. A minute fiber-optic camera attached to a tube is inserted into the joint. Through this the surgeon can study the joint and even repair it. This is most commonly done for the knees and shoulders. Occasionally, it is done for the ankles or elbows.
a) Anterior Cruciate Ligament
b) Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
d) Tumor excision
e) Many Other Procedures
a) Rotator Cuff Tear Repair
b) Treatment for Recurrent Shoulder Dislocation
c) Shoulder Instability
These are mostly day care procedures and the patients are sent home walking. These services are backed up by our physiotherapy and rehabilitation department.