Arthroscopy

An Arthroscopy is a type of keyhole surgery which is used for the diagnosis and treatment of joint problems.

Arthroscopy is mainly used for the treatment of shoulders, elbows, hands and wrists. It is predominantly a same day case procedure, meaning that most patients will be out of hospital in one day with no overnight stay necessary.

 

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