Arthroscopic & Minimally Invasive Surgery

Regarding the Arthroscopic surgery, by applying 2.3 very small incisions, one camera is introduced with strong light into the joint, allowing the surgeon with an enlarged, full evaluation of the situation of the hinge on the screen, and with the use of specially designed small tools to restore the damage. Patients are given a local, spinal or general anesthesia depending on the patient’s wishes, background and articulation. Upon removal of the patient from the surgery should be minimal or no analgesia and prophylactic antibiotic treatment. The time must be hospitalized a patient is usually 1 day. The recovery time varies depending on the type and severity of the lesion.