Arthroscopy (ahr-THROS-kuh-pee) is a diagnostic and treatment technique for joint issues. A surgeon makes a tiny incision about the size of a buttonhole and inserts a slender tube coupled to a fiber-optic video camera. A high-definition video monitor displays the image within your joint. Arthroscopy is a procedure that enables the surgeon to view into […]

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orthopedic trauma

Orthopedic Trauma

Any serious damage to the bones, joints, and/or soft tissue induced by an external source is referred to as orthopaedic trauma. These injuries are often, but not always, the consequence of a sudden event, such as a vehicle accident or a fall. Trauma may also be produced by overuse; for example, tibial stress fractures, which

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Joint Surgery

Joint Surgery

Arthroplasty, commonly known as joint replacement surgery, is a procedure that involves replacing a broken joint with an artificial one (made of metal, ceramic or plastic). The whole joint is routinely replaced by providers (total joint replacement). They merely repair the damaged component of the joint in a minority of cases. The most frequent joints

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