Arthroscopic joint surgery
It is a very effective minimally invasive surgical procedure to diagnose and treat joint problems.
What does it consist of?
A través de una técnica llamada artroscopia, busca mirar dentro de la articulación utilizando una cámara de 4.0 mm o 2.7 mm, de manera que las incisiones en la piel no pasan de 0,5 cms.
It is a technique that can be applied to the knee, shoulder, ankle, elbow, wrist and hip. Nowadays it is a procedure that, when performed, is diagnosed and cured at the same time, so it is so successful.
When the rest of the more conservative treatments fail, such as rehabilitation and physiatry, surgery is responsible for repairing the joint, restoring the function of the injured joint.
The most common arthroscopic surgeries are:
Reconstruction of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Recoveries of condal cartilage
Shoulder rotator cuff repairs
Clavicular acromium dislocation
Intra-articular free bodies