Arthroscopic & Minimally Invasive Surgery
With regard to Arthroscopic Surgery, with the application of 2-3 very small incisions, a camera with strong lighting is inserted into the joint, allowing the surgeon with magnification to fully assess the condition of the joint on the screen, and using specially designed small tools, to repair the damage. Patients undergo local, general or spinal anesthesia depending on the patient’s desire, history and joint. After the patient leaves the operating room, there should be little or no analgesia as well as prophylactic antibiotic treatment. The time a patient must be treated is usually 1 day. Recovery time varies depending on the type and severity of the damage.