Arthroscopy is the treatment of intra-articular lesions of the knee without opening the joint by passing through two small incisions, using miniaturized and thin instruments (approximately 3 to 4 mm)
Bunion surgery (Hallux Valgus) is the only treatment possible to cure the deformity of the big toe and forefoot. The hallux is the first toe, also called the big toe.
Disc Hernia Surgery can be the only option for many who have been suffering from neck, back, and leg pain due to compressed nerves.
Elbow replacement is a surgical intervention during which the surgeon will replace the elbow joint with a prosthesis (implant). This surgery provides significant improvement in pain and function in the affected area.
The fracture of the intertrochanteric femur is usually treated by osteosynthesis, an intervention using nails and screws to attach the bones. Hip fractures are very common among the elderly, mainly because of osteoporosis.
The cartilage can be worn out due to some factors, among which the most common is old age. When the wear is too advanced, hip replacement surgery is the best choice.