Knee Scopy

Knee arthroscopy is a surgical procedure whereby a visualizing device known as the arthroscope is inserted inside the knee through a key hole incision. This can be a diagnostic as well as a theraputic procedure. Mostly this involves a diagnostic scopy followed by treatment of the underlying cause.

Arthroscopy has lead to a lesser morbidity and a faster recovery as compared to an open procedure with minimal risks of infection and other surgical complications. The usual theraputic procedures done include:

  • Ligament reconstruction
  • Cartiage surgery
  • Meniscus Surgery
  • Patello-femoral Joint evaluation
  • Synovectomy
  • Loose Body removal
  • Diagnostic Arthroscopy

The procedure is usually done under a regional anaesthesia (Spinal/epidural) anaesthesia. The patient is usually mobilized on next day of surgery and discharged on the third day after comfortable ambulation.


Rehabilitation programme remains the key to functional recovery. Consult our orthopaedic for more information on what exercises are best for you !! Your physical therapist plays an important role in diagnosing and tailoring your exercise patterns as per your symptoms. There are multiple ways to perform the same exercise and there may be some forms which may aggravate the pain in a patient.

We suggest a close follow up and supervised exercises in all cases !

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