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Knee Arthroscopy

Knee arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique that facilitates a quicker return to physical activity, less pain following surgery, and a quicker postoperative recovery. At our centre many knee arthroscopic surgeries are done on day care basis where we discharge the patient same day of surgery. We have all the advance arthroscopic instruments and techniques with cutting edge technology. Our expert doctors performed thousands of knees arthroscopic procedures over the last 14 years with best results and expertise. Some of these reasons add definite value to the centre and surgeons. We are first choice for our patients as they get triple advantage of early mobilization, best results and low cost benefit.


Knee arthroscopy replacement, also known as knee arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure to replace a damaged or diseased knee joint with an artificial implant. It aims to relieve pain and improve function in individuals with severe knee arthritis or injury.

Candidates for knee arthroscopy replacement typically have significant knee pain, stiffness, and mobility issues that haven't responded well to conservative treatments like medication or physical therapy. Generally, candidates are individuals with advanced osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or knee trauma.

Recovery from knee arthroscopy replacement involves a period of rehabilitation and physical therapy to regain strength, flexibility, and range of motion in the knee. Patients may need assistive devices like crutches or walkers initially and gradually transition to walking without assistance. Full recovery can take several months.

While knee arthroscopy replacement is generally safe, like any surgical procedure, it carries certain risks, including infection, blood clots, implant loosening, stiffness, and nerve or blood vessel damage.

The longevity of a knee arthroscopy replacement can vary depending on factors such as the patient's age, activity level, and the type of implant used. On average, a knee replacement can last 15-20 years or more. However, some individuals may require revision surgery if the implant wears out or complications arise over time. Regular follow-up with your orthopedic surgeon is essential for monitoring the implant's condition and addressing any issues that may arise.