Arthroscopy is a common surgical procedure in which a joint (arthro-) is viewed (-scopy) using a small camera.
Arthroscopy gives the doctors a clear view of the inside of the injured joint. This helps them to diagnose and treat joint problems. It also helps patients recover quickly since it utilizes smaller incisions.
With Seneca Healthcare District’s Ortho Program, an arthroscopy procedure can be performed on the following joints:
The Orthopedic Program at Seneca offers sports medicine procedures for athletes at the high school, college, and professional levels, as well as recreational athletes from every age group.
We provide the following sports medicine services:
- Meniscus problems and tears
- Patella pain
- Loose body removal
- Synovial problems
- Torn ACL
- Shoulder pain
- Fully or partially torn rotator cuff
- Repair detached labrum
- Trimming torn labrum
Seneca’s Orthopedic Specialty Program offers a variety of surgical and non-surgical treatment options for hand and wrist problems.
With their many moving parts, the hand and wrist are among the most complex parts of the musculoskeletal system.