We can often diagnose problems with an MRI scan, but we may still need to perform surgery to treat the problem.

During an arthroscopy, we look inside your knee using a small telescope with a light attached to a camera. This technique works with any joint in the body, although it is most commonly used with knees. Knee problems can happen at any age, and an arthroscopy is a safe and effective way to identify them and treat your knee. Our orthopaedic experts can diagnose and treat your knee in a hospital near you.


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