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Knee arthroscopy offers several benefits over traditional open surgery, including smaller incisions, reduced pain, quicker recovery, and lower risk of complications. It allows for better visualization of the joint and can be used for both diagnosis and treatment.
After knee arthroscopy, patients typically experience swelling and discomfort, which can be managed with pain medication and icing the knee. Physical therapy is an important part of the recovery process and aims to restore strength, flexibility, and mobility to the knee joint. The duration of recovery varies depending on the complexity of the procedure and individual factors.
Knee Arthroscopy Treatment, a comprehensive medical package includes:
Knee Arthroscopy Treatment Package with Dr. Amar Al-Omar at Medcare Hospital, Dubai.
Postoperative care and follow-up.
Travel and accommodation arrangements.
Language interpretation services.
These services are part of the medical package and aim to provide a convenient and comprehensive experience for patients undergoing treatment, from evaluation to treatment and postoperative care.
During knee arthroscopy, the surgeon makes small incisions around the knee and inserts an arthroscope, which transmits images of the joint to a screen. The surgeon can then diagnose the problem and perform necessary treatments, such as repairing or removing damaged tissue. The procedure is typically performed under anesthesia, and recovery time is generally faster compared to open surgery.
Knee arthroscopy can be used to treat various knee conditions, including meniscus tears, ACL and PCL tears, cartilage damage, synovitis (inflammation of the joint lining), and patellar (kneecap) problems. The specific treatment will depend on the nature and severity of the condition.
During knee arthroscopy, the surgeon makes small incisions around the knee and inserts the arthroscope and surgical instruments. The arthroscope transmits images of the inside of the knee to a monitor, allowing the surgeon to guide the instruments and perform necessary procedures. The procedure is typically done under general or regional anesthesia.
Knee arthroscopy offers several benefits compared to traditional open surgery, including smaller incisions, less tissue damage, faster recovery, reduced pain, and lower risk of complications. It is a less invasive approach that allows for quicker rehabilitation and return to normal activities.