1) Hip Arthroscopy
2) Key hole surgery for disorders of the knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle
3) Trauma and Fracture surgery
4) High quality Swiss 'AO' systems help stabilize fractures
5) Image intensifier, confirms perfect fracture fixations
6) Ilizarov and External Fixation Device
7) Management of open fractures
8) Infected non-union of long bones
9) Limb lengthening
10) Correction of deformities
11) Fusion of joints
12) Meniscal Repair
Arthroscopy involves the inspection of the inside of the knee hip or any joint with a small telescope. The image is projected onto a television monitor via a fibreoptic cable. This modern technique allows the surgeon to fully inspect all of the interior structures of the knee joint without needing open surgery.
Arthroscopic surgery is usually performed as an outpatient procedure in a hospital or day surgery unit.