It's a beautiful Saturday afternoon, and your friend calls, asking you
to come for a hike. The invitation sounds tempting, but you pass,
remembering how bad your knee felt after your last outing. Lately,
your knee pain has become so troublesome that activities like jogging,
cycling, or playing in a pick-up game of basketball just don't
seem possible anymore.
Being physically active brings energy, enthusiasm, and balance to
your life. Arthroscopic, or minimally invasive, knee surgery can
help get you moving again. Using advanced medical technology, your
surgeon may be able to assess what's causing your pain and,
through arthroscopic surgery, may be able to repair your injury.
Compared to traditional knee surgery, arthroscopic surgery results
in smaller scars, less postoperative pain, and a faster return to
the physical activities you love.
What is Arthroscopic Knee Surgery?
What is a Candidate For Arthroscopic Knee Surgery?
Anatomy and Funcation of the Knee
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Preparation for Arthroscopic Knee Surgery
Day of Surgery
Minimally Invasive Knee Surgery
Postoperative Care and Rehabilitation