Knee scope - arthroscopic lateral retinacular release; Synovectomy; Patellar debridement
Use of arthroscopy has reduced the need to surgically open the knee joint. This has resulted in less pain and stiffness, fewer complications, decreased length (if any) of hospitalization, and faster recovery time. Expectations vary widely with the indication for the surgery.
Surgery done for a meniscal tear or loose bodies when the patient has no other...Read more
Do you feel stiff and achy? Do your joints hurt? If so, there is a good chance you have osteoarthritis or OA, one of the oldest and... Read more »
Osteoarthritis (OA) is by far the most common joint disorder in the United States and throughout the world. It is a leading cause of pain... Read more »
Bone marrow edema (BME) of the knee is a painful, but self-limiting disease that can occasionally progress to irreversible osteonecrosis (bone cell... Read more »
Bone graft material is used whenever there's a need for extra bone to support a fracture site or defect in the bone. It's easily available (taken... Read more »