Knee Arthroscopy/ Keyhole surgery

Knee Arthroscopy is a form of surgery which is used for the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of various conditions affecting the knee joint.


What is a Knee Arthroscopy?
The procedure is minimally invasive, requiring 2-3 small incisions made on the front of the knee, so that the arthroscope (which is a small camera) can be inserted into the knee. Once the arthroscope is inside the joint, the surgeon can assess and deal with the knee problem, using small surgical tools, if necessary.