If you have nagging knee pain that is impairing your mobility and is not getting better with treatments like rest, ice, medication, and even physical therapy, your orthopedic knee doctor may recommend an outpatient knee procedure called knee arthroscopy. This treatment allows your knee doctor not only to investigate the internal structure of the knee and see what may be causing your knee pain, but the doctor can also correct the problem – such as by removing small bone shards which may be in [Read More]
Why Do I Need Knee Arthroscopy?
Knee pain, swelling, and stiffness bother millions of Americans every day. When physical therapy, medications, and other interventions don’t relieve symptoms sufficiently, knee arthroscopy may help. Here’s more about this surgical procedure and why you may need it. What Is Knee Arthroscopy? Knee arthroscopy is a small incision orthopedic surgery that allows knee doctors to view and treat the interior of the knee joint. During this short procedure, an orthopedic surgeon uses small operating [Read More]