- Knee Replacement
- Shoulder Replacement
- ACL Reconstruction
- Arthroscopic Joint Surgery
- Arthritis of the Hip
- Knee Arthroscopy
- Arthroscopic Hip Surgery
- Knee Surgery
- Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
- Arthroscopic Shoulder Repair
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Hammer Toe Repair
- Hip Replacement
- Partial Knee Replacement
- Knee Ligament Reconstruction
- PCL Repair
- Shoulder Surgery
- Total Hip Replacement
- Total Knee Replacement
- Knee Cartilage Treatment
During arthroscopy of the hip, the surgeon uses a tiny camera called an arthroscope to see inside your hip.
- An arthroscope is made up of a tiny tube, a lens, and a light source. A small surgical cut is made to insert it into your body.
- The surgeon will look inside your hip joint for damage or disease.
- Other medical instruments may also be inserted through one or two other small surgical cuts. This allows the surgeon to treat or fix certain problems, if needed.
- Your surgeon may remove extra pieces of bone that are loose in your hip joint, or fix cartilage or other tissues that are damaged.
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