Joint Replacement & Arthroscopic Surgery

Joint Replacement & Arthroscopic Surgery

Joint Replacement Procedures

  • Total Knee Replacement Surgery

  • Revision Knee Replacement Surgery
  • Partial Knee Replacement Surgery
  • Shoulder Joint Replacement Surgery
  • Reverse Shoulder Joint Replacement Surgery
  • Total Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Revision Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Partial Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Direct Anterior Hip Replacement Surgery

Arthroscopic Procedure

While no procedure is set in stone, a typical path to arthroscopic surgery begins with an X-ray or MRI to obtain a diagnosis. Then, during the procedure two or three small incisions are made for the camera, or arthroscope, and the specialized surgical instruments.

Benefits of Arthroscopic Surgery

The minimally invasive nature of arthroscopy offers many benefits to the patient over traditional surgery:

  • No cutting of muscles or tendons
  • Less bleeding during surgery
  • Less scarring
  • Faster recovery and rehabilitation