Knee Arthroscopy

Knee Joint Arthroscopic Procedures:

Ligament reconstruction
A) Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction :
One of the most commonly injured ligament of the knee because of sports injury or accident. It is reconstructed arthroscopically by using either Hamstring or Patellar Tendon Autograft from the same limb. Ligament is fixed on thing and leg bones by endobutto,metal or bio-absorbable screws. Patient can be mobilized from second day onwards.
B) Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Usually gets tear in major sports collition or in vehucular accidents. Patient may have histry of knee dislocation.it is reconstructed arthroscopically with Autografts from same limb.Rehabilitation protocol for this treatment is little differnt and should be followed for long period of time.
C) Medial Patellofemoral Ligament reconstruction
Recurrent dislocation of patello following trauma caused this ligament failure. it takes place usually in teenagers.
D) Posterolateral corner repair and reconstruction
E) Medial Collateral ligament repair
Meniscus surgery for Meniscus tears and congenital meniscus problems
  • Meniscus repair
  • Partial meniscectomy
  • Discoid meniscus surgery
Cartilage disroders - Chondroplasty, Mosaicplasty Patella realignment procedures for unstable knee cap Arthroscopy Assisted Tibial Pleateau fracture fixation