Arthroscopic Knee Surgery

Arthroscopic knee surgery is a minimally invasive procedure to diagnose and treat knee issues. Surgeons insert a tiny camera, called an arthroscope, through small incisions to inspect and repair the knee joint. Common procedures include removing damaged tissue, repairing ligaments, and smoothing cartilage. This technique reduces recovery time, postoperative pain, and scarring compared to traditional open surgery, promoting quicker return to normal activities.