• Precision in Exploration

    Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique revolutionizing joint diagnostics and treatment. This procedure involves the insertion of a small camera, known as an arthroscope, into the joint through tiny incisions. Surgeons can visualize the internal structures in real-time on a monitor, allowing for precise examination of joint conditions. Arthroscopy is commonly employed for knee, shoulder, and hip joints, offering advantages such as reduced recovery time, minimal scarring, and lower infection risk compared to traditional open surgery.

  • Applications: Arthroscopy in Medical Practice

    Arthroscopy finds diverse applications in orthopedics, including the diagnosis and treatment of conditions such as torn ligaments, inflamed synovium, or cartilage damage. Therapeutic interventions during arthroscopy range from removing loose debris and repairing injuries to addressing conditions like osteoarthritis. This technique has become integral in sports medicine, enabling efficient examination and treatment of joint injuries in athletes. Arthroscopy exemplifies medical progress, providing a less invasive means to accurately assess and address a spectrum of joint-related issues.

Understanding Arthroscopy: Purpose and Benefits

Exploring the Reasons Behind this Minimally Invasive Procedure

  • Diagnose Joint Disorders with Precision Imaging
  • Treat Joint Injuries such as Ligament Tears
  • Remove Loose Cartilage or Bone Fragments
  • Repair Damaged Cartilage or Soft Tissues
  • Relieve Symptoms of Chronic Joint Conditions

Arthroscopy: Advantages for Joint Health

Exploring the Positive Outcomes of Minimally Invasive Surgery

  • Minimal Scarring for Improved Aesthetics
  • Faster Recovery Time Compared to Open Surgery
  • Reduced Risk of Infection for Enhanced Safety
  • Precise Diagnosis and Treatment of Joint Conditions
  • Less Pain and Discomfort During Postoperative Period

Post-Arthroscopy Care: Recovery Essentials

Navigating the Healing Process After Minimally Invasive Surgery

  • Rest and Elevate Operated Joint to Reduce Swelling
  • Follow Physical Therapy Exercises for Joint Strengthening
  • Take Prescribed Pain Medications as Directed for Comfort
  • Monitor Incision Sites for Signs of Infection or Complications
  • Attend Follow-Up Appointments for Progress Assessment and Guidance

Why People Choose Us?

Exemplifying Surgical Excellence and Academic Leadership in Orthopedics

  • Advanced Qualifications: Holds MS in Orthopedics, DNB Orthopaedics, and MBA
  • Specialized Fellowships: Extensive training in arthroplasty, arthroscopy, and Orthorheumatology
  • Academic Excellence: Presents at conferences on complex orthopedic cases
  • Surgical Proficiency: Demonstrates success in joint replacements and trauma surgeries
  • Patient-Centered Care: Prioritizes precision and patient well-being in treatments

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Dr. Bushu Harna-
Dr. Bushu Harna

Orthopedic Surgeon

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