Arthroscopy is a procedure that involves examining the inside of a joint with a
special illuminating instrument inserted through a small incision or 'portal.' The
examination and surgical repair of the knee joint is a common use through
arthroscope. With services such as arthroscopic joint surgeries, shoulder
arthroscopy, ankle arthroscopy, knee arthroscopy, and arthroscopy procedures,
KABERA delivers cutting-edge treatment in the field of arthroscopic joint surgeries
like arthritis, shoulder arthroscopy, ankle arthroscopy, and knee arthroscopy.
Arthroscopy is a type of keyhole surgery that is employed to treat joint pain
Arthroscopy Treatment at KABERA
1. Knee Arthroscopy
2. Shoulder Arthroscopy
3. Hip Arthroscopy
4. Ankle Arthroscopy
5. Elbow Arthroscopy
6. Wrist Arthroscopy
Before surgery, the area to be examined is shaved and washed with a special surgical
scrub to reduce the possibility of infection. The arthroscopy is usually performed
under local anaesthetic, which is injected into the area surrounding the joint to be
If further surgery is to be performed, a spinal or general anaesthetic may be used. If
you are having a general anaesthetic, you have 'nil by mouth' - no food or drink - for
a period of time beforehand. After you are given anaesthesia, the surgeon will make
a small incision and then pass the arthroscope through the skin into the joint. A
special camera sends the images to a television monitor. If necessary, instruments
that can cut or shave are inserted into the joint through other small incisions.
After the procedure, you can expect:
- Healthcare workers will monitor your vital signs.
- You will be offered pain medication.
- You can drink fluids straight away, as long as you don't feel sick.
- Your limb may be raised for a period of time.
- Ice packs may be used to reduce swelling.
- If no further procedure is performed, you should be able to go home the same