ARTHROSCOPY Advanced Procedures to Treat Joint Injuries

Diseases and injuries that affect the bones, ligaments, cartilage, tendons and muscles can impede your everyday routine. Conditions like arthritis also cause pain and discomfort. Fortunately, treating the condition and getting rid of the symptoms has become expedient – thanks to the latest developments in orthopedic care.

At Granite Orthopaedics, we offer arthroscopy – an advanced surgical procedure we use to diagnose and treat joint problems. During an arthroscopic procedure, our orthopedic surgeon will make a tiny incision and insert a pencil-sized instrument, which is equipped with a small lens. Using the arthroscope, we are able to get an interior view of the affected joints, muscles, ligaments or tendons without resorting to invasive procedures.

With the help of our highly skilled and experienced orthopedic surgeon, we do these procedures:

  • Arthroscopic knee surgery (knee arthroscopy)
  • Arthroscopic shoulder surgery
  • Hip arthroscopy

Over the years, arthroscopy procedures have received recognition from both surgeons and patients. Athletes, in particular, who are prone to orthopaedic disorders find the advanced procedure an extremely valuable tool in getting relief from the pain and other symptoms arising from their musculoskeletal injuries. We also perform knee cartilage repair, frozen shoulder surgery, and knee joint and ligament repair. As part of our orthopedic services, we also offer preventative health care, treatment for sports injuries and physical therapy.

If you want to learn more about arthroscopy, please get in touch with Granite Orthopaedics. We serve the communities of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Williamson, Dewey-Humboldt and nearby areas. 

Don’t spend another moment living with the pain
or dysfunction of a musculoskeletal injury or condition.

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