Minimally Invasive Joint Replacement

What is minimally invasive surgery on joints?

Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgery most often used to treat a sports injury to a joint. The majority of the surgery is done with the assistance of a microscopic camera that is placed into the joint through a small incision.

Minimally invasive knee replacement is performed through a shorter incision—typically 4 to 6 inches versus 8 to 10 inches for traditional knee replacement. A smaller incision allows for less tissue disturbance. In addition to a shorter incision, the technique used to open the knee is less invasive.

Category: Minimally Invasive Joint Replacement
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