Arthroscopic surgery is a common procedure that uses a small camera to view the inside of a joint to diagnose and treat problems. For the knee, the surgeon makes tiny incisions at the site to insert the arthroscope, or camera, and surgical instruments needed. A knee arthroscopy can be for:
- Meniscal or other cartilage tears
- Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears
- Dislocating kneecaps
- Removal of loose bodies
- Removal of inflamed tissue
To learn more about this procedure and how a knee arthroscopy could benefit you, please contact us at Triangle Orthopaedics and we will be happy to give you more information on how we can help.
Common surgeries performed by our total joint specialists include:
Pelvis and Hip Joint
Common Non-Surgical Treatments:
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