Joint Arthroscopy

Hip Arthroscopy

Using the most advanced arthroscopic equipment available, our acclaimed surgeons can perform a variety of procedures to address the conditions causing your hip pain. They can trim bone spurs, smooth or repair torn cartilage, remove inflamed synovial tissue, and even conduct a total hip replacement, all with minimally invasive surgical techniques.

Knee Arthroscopy

Our experienced surgeons can treat a wide variety of conditions using knee arthroscopy. They can repair a torn meniscus, reconstruct a torn ACL, remove inflamed synovial tissue, trim damaged cartilage and more. If you are still suffering from knee pain after a course of conservative treatments, you may benefit from a partial or even a total knee replacement.

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Common arthroscopic procedures of the shoulder include rotator cuff repair, ligament repair, and bone spur removal. Nerve release, fracture repair and cyst excision can also be performed using an arthroscope. Shoulder replacement, like other joint replacements, requires open surgery. Our team of orthopedic experts operates with precision and compassion to resolve your shoulder problems and relieve your pain.

Foot and Ankle Arthroscopy

Our foot and ankle surgeons are well-versed in the many diseases, deformities, conditions and injuries that can affect your every step. They are uniquely qualified to detect the early stages of diseases that exhibit warning signs in the lower extremities. From bunions to broken ankles, hammer toes to tumors, our surgeons lead the orthopaedic community in treating conditions pertaining to the feet and ankles.

Hand and Wrist Arthroscopy

Your hand and wrist have multiple joints, myriad small bones and many connecting ligaments. Arthroscopic surgery can be used to diagnose and treat a number of conditions of the hand and wrist, including arthritis, fractures, ganglion cysts, ligament tears, carpal tunnel syndrome, and even joint replacement. Our skilled hand surgeons understand the complexities of these critical body parts.

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