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Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive technique where small incisions are made at the shoulder, knee, or ankle. One incision is for the arthroscope, a small camera that allows the surgeon to see inside the joint, and the other incisions give access for the surgical instruments. This surgical technique involves significantly less trauma to the muscles compared to open procedures. Recovery time is quicker and less painful, and this surgery allows for better joint stability.