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A minimally invasive procedure, Arthroscopic Surgery is conducted to efficiently view, diagnose and treat conditions within the joints of the body. OINJ’s Orthopedic Surgeons are experienced in using advanced technology to evaluate the source of symptoms of the joint and assist in repair of certain disorders.
During the procedure, a small incision is made and a scope is inserted into the joint. Video is then transmitted through fiber optics within the scope onto a television screen. This gives the surgeon the ability to view the muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones and cartilage of the joint without the need for invasive exploratory surgery. Depending on the condition, this can be an outpatient procedure.
Several surgical procedures may be combined with arthroscopic surgery through the use of tiny instruments that are inserted into the joint via additional incisions including:
- Reconstruction of Anterior Cruciate Ligament in Knee
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- Release of Carpal Tunnel
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- Removal of Inflamed Lining (synovium) in the Knee, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Ankle
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- Removal of Loose Bone or Cartilage in the Knee, Shoulder, Elbow, Ankle and Wrist
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- Repair of Torn Ligaments
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- Repair or Resection of Torn Cartilage (meniscus) from Knee or Shoulder
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- Rotator Cuff Surgery
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- Recovery Following Surgery
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Our specialists may even recommend a rehabilitation program that will serve to reduce recovery time and protect future joint function.