Arthroscopy knee surgery may be appropriate for patients who have knee discomfort or reduced knee function due to injuries or accidents. A minimally invasive procedure can help most patients who have a knee injury or degeneration and haven't received the relief they need from nonoperative therapy.
Some of the common arthroscopy techniques are simple knee arthroscopic debridement, arthroscopic cartilage reconstruction, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, PCL, MCL, and meniscus repair.
When returning to your workout routine following knee surgery, it's important to be cautious. Check with your doctor to see whether it's safe to resume exercise.
It usually takes around 12 weeks to resume all of your routine activities.
The cost of arthroscopy knee surgery varies a lot based on the hospital and the city. You need to check the individual package from the hospitals.
Arthroscopy is a sort of keyhole surgery that is used to detect and treat joint disorders. Mostly it is used in knees, ankles, shoulders, elbows, wrists, and hips.
Patients may use crutches or a walker for a few days after the surgery. Most patients are able to walk with a small limp one or two weeks after the surgery. Within 4 to 6 weeks, the majority of the patients see an improvement.
Some of the complications of arthroscopy are: