Our experienced team of doctors are supported by the in-house state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. The doctors’ collective depth of knowledge and expert understanding allows them to provide quality, personalised care to each and every patient.
Prior to the operation, our expert surgeons utilise minimally invasive techniques, such as arthroscopy, a procedure, which is used to examine, diagnose and consequently treat issues that occur within the joints. The procedure involves the surgeon inserting gracile tools fitted with fibre optic lighting into a minute incision. The probe is fitted with an extremely small camera, enabling the surgeon to determine the scope of the problem, without causing unnecessary damage to the joint.
After surgery, all patients’ needs are met with an individualised rehabilitation and management care programme, designed to allow individuals to return to normal life, in a swift and safe manner.
What is ArthroscopyThe arthroscope is so slim that it can be inserted into the joint through one or more tiny "keyhole" cuts through the skin, rather than longer incisions. The arthroscope is fitted with a state-of-the-art miniature camera and a specialized lighting system that enables the structures inside the joint to be viewed on a monitor.
The surgeon can attach special tools to the end of the arthroscope to shave, cut, or remove tissue or bone that are causing problems. Arthroscopic or keyhole surgeries of the joints are routinely performed.