Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure to improve joint pain, joint injuries and early arthritis of the joint. This innovative orthopedic procedure aides in joint preservation, allowing for greater range of motion and improved joint mobility. Not everyone is a candidate for Arthroscopic surgery. A thorough examination of your condition is important before considering surgery.
Smaller incisions, less scarring, less damage to surrounding tissue and a faster recovery are all advantages of Arthroscopic surgery. This procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis.
View our FAQ page for post-op instructions after Arthroscopic surgery here.
Joint Replacement Shoulder, Hip and Knee
Joint replacement is a surgical procedure to replace the worn or damaged surfaces of the joint. The affected areas of the joint are removed and replaced with artificial parts to improve your pain and use of the joint. You may be a candidate for joint replacement if you have severe pain that limits your daily activities and has not been relieved by non-invasive approaches. These include medications, physical therapy and other treatments.
We provide an individualized approach to each patient and their condition to get them back to leading a healthy lifestyle.