Arthroscopy

In a nutshell, arthroscopy is a surgical procedure for diagnosing and treating joint complications. It is a minimally invasive surgery done primarily on an outpatient basis. The procedure allows the surgeon to inspect the joint without making large incisions and recommend a proper treatment method. Arthroscopy is ideal for any joint problem, ranging from the knee to the elbow, hip, wrist, shoulder, and ankle.

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What is Arthroscopy?

Total Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement, otherwise known as hip arthroplasty, is a procedure designed to treat hip pain that significantly affects the quality of life and does not respond to non-surgical treatments.

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What is Total Hip Replacement?

Total Joint Replacement

Total joint replacement is a surgical procedure that involves removing damaged or arthritic joints and replacing them with metal, ceramic or plastic devices known as a prosthesis, which are made for replicating healthy, regular joint movements.

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What is Total Joint Replacement?

Total Knee Replacement

Knee replacement surgery is a procedure used to resurface a damaged knee. Plastic and metal parts are used to cap the bones forming the knee joint. The surgery is considered for people with a severe knee injury or arthritis. Knee replacement surgery helps you relieve pain and restores function in your knee.

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What is Total Knee Replacement?

Total Shoulder Replacement

When you have a healthy shoulder, your cartilage surfaces allow your bones to move comfortably against one another. Total shoulder replacement is a procedure that involves replacing the shoulder joint with artificial parts. The surgery aims to reduce pain and restore mobility. In addition, the procedure helps treat end-stage arthritis.

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What is Total Shoulder Replacement?