An arthroscopy is a keyhole procedure that examines the joints. The procedure involves inserting a thin, flexible tube with a camera and light on the end (arthroscope) into the joint through a tiny incision. Arthroscopy is commonly used to examine and treat ankles, elbows, hips, knees, shoulders, and wrists. If your joint is inflamed, injured, or worn out, your doctor may propose an arthroscopy.
Your Arthroscopy Specialist
Dr. Mayur performs significant research in arthroscopy, including the indefinite follow-up of all of his patients. He can provide the most advanced procedures in the world, and he can back them up with extensive outcome data.