Orthopedic Surgery

Arthroscopy for Ankle Problems

By admin
August 5, 2014

Arthroscopy has been a popular choice among orthopedic surgeons for correcting shoulder and knee joint problems for over 30 years. However, arthroscopy is becoming increasingly popular in the treatment of ankle conditions. Arthroscopy of the ankle can be used to treat conditions such as tendinitis, arthritis, tendon tears, chronic instability, bone spurs, and articular cartilage damage.  ... read more


Top Facts About ACL Injuries

By admin
February 4, 2014

Injuries to the Anterior Cruciate Liagment (ACL) of the knee are extremely common- and can be extremely painful. The ACL connects the upper leg bone (the femur) to the tibia (the lower leg bone). Let's take a closer look at some of the top facts about these injuries. There are three "grades" of ACL injuries. ... read more


Top 3 Benefits of Arthroscopic Surgery

By admin
March 5, 2013

When professional athletes sustain sports-related injuries, do you ever wonder how they get back in the game so fast?  This is due in no small part to medical advances such as arthroscopic surgery. A minimally-invasive approach to orthopedic medicine, arthroscopic surgery is made possible by a device known as an arthroscope.  Essentially a small camera, ... read more