The Arthroscopy and Joint Replacement Center is a medical department that specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of conditions related to joints, bones, and cartilage. This center provides a range of services, including medical and surgical treatment, physical therapy, and rehabilitation for patients with joint and bone problems.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique that involves using an arthroscope, a small, flexible tube with a camera and light source, to view the inside of a joint. This technique is used to diagnose and treat a wide range of joint conditions, such as torn ligaments, meniscal tears, and cartilage damage.
Joint replacement is a surgical procedure that involves removing a damaged or diseased joint and replacing it with an artificial joint made of metal, plastic, or ceramic materials. This procedure is commonly performed for patients with severe arthritis or joint damage.
The Arthroscopy and Joint Replacement Center provides a range of services for patients with joint and bone conditions, including:
Arthroscopic surgery: This includes procedures to diagnose and treat joint conditions such as torn ligaments, meniscal tears, and cartilage damage.
Joint replacement surgery: This includes procedures such as total hip replacement, total knee replacement, and shoulder replacement.
Rehabilitation and physical therapy: This includes exercises and therapies to help patients regain strength, mobility, and function after an injury or surgery.
Non-surgical treatment: This includes treatments such as medication, injections, and physical therapy to manage joint pain and inflammation.
The Arthroscopy and Joint Replacement Center utilizes the latest surgical techniques and technology to provide safe and effective care to patients with joint and bone conditions. The surgeons and specialists in this center work closely with other healthcare providers to ensure that patients receive comprehensive care. They also provide pre-operative and post-operative care to help patients prepare for surgery and recover after the procedure.