Knee Arthroscopic Surgery

Knee Arthroscopic Surgery

ACL/PCL Reconstruction

In the knee, the ACL is positioned in front of the PCL. It is common to miss and go undetected a torn PCL. Preventing posterior knee translation at greater knee flexion angles is the posterior cruciate ligament's primary job.

Meniscal Balancing/Repair

A meniscal repair is a surgical procedure to replace a torn meniscus. A minimally invasive technique, it is frequently completed as an outpatient. Success is influenced by the age of the patient, the location and pattern of the tear, the tear's age, and any accompanying injuries.

Osteocondral Defects

A concentrated area of damage that affects both the cartilage and a section of underlying bone is referred to as an osteochondral defect. These can result from either an underlying bone condition or an acute traumatic injury to the knee.