Arthroscopy – A surgical procedure that doctor’s use in diagnosing and treating problems associated with the joints. It can be performed using general, spinal, regional, or local anesthetic. To produce anesthesia, doctors use these anesthetic drugs. But, its dose and type rely on patient health, medical condition and type of surgery.

Why Choose Arthroscopic Surgery

  • Smaller Incision
  • Less Blood Loss
  • Fast And Speedy Recovery
  • Less Invasive Than “Open” Surgery
  • Short Stay At Hospital
  • Less Pain After Surgery
  • Fewer Stitches
  • Less Risk Of Complications

How Is It Carried Out?

Arthroscopy came into existence in the 1960s with the arrival of fiber optic technology. Now, it is usually available around the world. Arthroscopy is most likely performed as an outpatient by orthopedic doctors. That means, patients can generally return back to home on the same day of operation.

The surgeon inserts a pencil shape narrow tube attached to a light and fiber-optic video camera called arthroscope through a small incision (size of a buttonhole). The transmitting video from the arthroscope displays inner structure to the surgeon on a monitor. Thus, Surgeons diagnose and treat injuries in more comprehensive way.

Even though Shoulder and knee arthroscopy are the most common arthroscopic procedures, it can be performed on any given joint. Have a cursory glance on given joint or orthopedic procedures that can be done arthroscopically.

Common Types Of Arthroscopic Surgery

  • Shoulder Arthroscopy
  • Knee Arthroscopy
  • Ankle Arthroscopy
  • Hip Arthroscopy
  • Wrist Arthroscopy
  • Elbow Arthroscopy

Lose No Time, If You Are Experiencing Any Of The Given Symptoms!

  • Knee Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Ankle Pain
  • Joint Stiffness
  • Swelling & Pain
  • Limited Range Of Motion
  • Instability

Rush to make an appointment with Dr. Manit Arora to know the cause and more about arthroscopy? He is the best Arthroscopy surgeon in Haryana. He has completed Master of Surgery degree at UNSW, Sydney, Australia and orthopaedic training in Mumbai (India). He then undertook a Master of Sports Medicine degree at University of Queensland (Australia). He further attended world’s top notch training programs in shoulder, hip and knee arthroscopy from Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Manit Arora also did several more advanced fellowships like – shoulder arthroscopy, Joint arthroscopy and replacement, and Hip Arthroscopy and Hip Preservation Surgery to get high quality proficiency in Arthroscopy from the Melbourne, Australia.