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Arthroscopy & Ligament Reconstruction

An arthroscopy is a type of keyhole surgery that is used both to diagnose problems in the joints and to repair damage of  the joints.
The procedure is most commonly used on the knees, wrists, elbows, ankles and shoulders.
If you have problems with your joints, such as swelling or stiffness, and initial imaging tests have not been able to find what is causing the problem, an arthroscopy might be recommended to look at the inside of the joint.
As well as allowing a surgeon to look inside a joint, an arthroscopy can also be used to treat a range of problems and conditions. For example, an arthroscopy can be used to:
  • repair damaged cartilage
  • remove fragments of loose bone or cartilage
  • treat frozen shoulders
Surana Group of Hospitals, had the most advanced arthroscopy equipments, with the best clinical practice to ensure best post operative result for our patients.