A minimally invasive procedure used by orthopedic surgeons to view and diagnose joint problems, arthroscopy is the insertion of a small instrument equipped with a lens, light and magnifying abilities through a tiny incision in the skin. Once the arthroscope is established within the joint, your arthroscopic surgeon in NYC will examine the image transmitted from the instrument to a computer screen. This allows your surgeon to assess the damage without major surgery, and even repair joint problems using arthroscopic equipment.
Since arthroscopy requires only one or two small incisions, recovery is quicker and less traumatic than traditional surgery. Arthroscopic surgery also results in fewer complications, does not include the high costs of major surgery and presents high success rates.
Arthroscopic surgery is often recommended to treat the following conditions:
Although an arthroscopic surgeon in NYC can see inside nearly all your joints using an arthroscope, the most commonly examined joints are the hip, shoulder, knee and ankle.
Arthroscopies enable visualization of joint interiors. Alternately, endoscopies permit viewing of the digestive tract (stomach, intestines, esophagus and colon). Laparascopies allow surgeons to see the inside of the abdomen to perform liver biopsies or other related procedures. Bronchoscopies are used to see the respiratory tract (larynx, trachea and the lung’s bronchial passages), obtain biopsies and fluid samples.
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