Is Procedure in which small incision is made in the skin and through which telescope (4.5 mm) is inserted into the joint and images are seen on the monitor to operate with high accuracy.
is a surgical procedure to replace the weight-bearing surfaces of the knee joint to relieve pain and disability. It is most commonly performed for osteoarthritis, and also for other knee diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis.
Robotic Knee Surgery
Robotic knee surgery is robotic-arm assisted technology that provides you with a personalized surgical plan based on your unique anatomy. A 3D model of your hip or knee will be used to pre-plan and assist your surgeon in performing a partial knee replacement.
Hip Arthroscopy refers to the viewing of the interior of the acetabula femoral (hip) joint through an arthroscope and the treatment of hip pathology through a minimally invasive approach. This technique is sometimes used to help in the treatment of various joint disorders and has gained popularity because of the small incisions used and shorter recovery times when compared with conventional surgical techniques (sometimes referred to as “open surgery”). Hip arthroscopy was not feasible until recently, new technology in both the tools used and the ability to distract the hip joint has led to a recent surge in the ability to do hip arthroscopy and the popularity of it.
Hip Replacement Surgery
Hip replacement surgery is a procedure in which a doctor surgically removes a painful hip joint with arthritis and replaces it with an artificial joint often made from metal and plastic components. It usually is done when all other treatment options have failed to provide adequate pain relief.
Shoulder arthroscopy is surgery that uses a tiny camera called an arthroscope to examine or repair the tissues inside or around your shoulder joint.
The shoulder is the most complex and unstable joint in the body and it can get injured easily. Shoulder surgery is a means of treating injured shoulders. Many surgeries have been developed to repair the muscles, connective tissue, or damaged joints that can arise from traumatic or overuse injuries to the shoulder.
Elbow arthroscopy is a sterile procedure that allows direct visualization of the elbow joint to diagnose and treat several elbow conditions. This procedure is often used to release scar tissue, remove loose bodies or resurface the bone to decrease pain and improve range of motion. Elbow arthroscopy can also be used to repair lesions of the cartilage or for diagnostic purposes. The process involves making 1-2 cm small incisions (2-6) for insertion of an arthroscope (pencil-sized camera) and instruments. During the procedure, fluid is pumped into the joint to allow for visualization and wash the joint of debris
Elbow surgery can be challenging, not only because the elbow is a relatively small and complex hinge joint, but also because next-generation arthritis drugs have created healthier patients who need longer lasting, more durable treatments, including joint replacement surgery.
For severe fractures or arthritis that causes constant pain and disability, elbow replacement may be the best – or only – option for relief. Elbow replacement involves removing the damaged joint components and replacing them with metal and plastic implants. One implant is attached to the humerus, another is attached to the ulna and the two are connected to form a hinge.