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Knee Procedures

Manipulation of Knee Under Anesthesia

Manipulation under Anesthesia is a technique for treating stiffness and poor range of motion following total knee arthroplasty or knee revision surgery.



Arthroscopic Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Repair 

ACL reconstruction surgery uses a graft to replace the ligament. The most common grafts are autografts using part of your own body, such as the tendon of the kneecap (patellar tendon) or one of the hamstring tendons. Another choice is allograft tissue, which is taken from a deceased donor.

With Autograft


With Autograft *includes implants



Knee Arthroscopy (Includes Menisectomy, Meniscal Repair, Lateral Release, Synovectomy, and/or Microfracture)

Arthroscopy is a common surgical procedure in which a joint
(arthro-) is viewed (-scopy) using a small camera. Arthroscopy gives doctors a clear view of the inside of the knee. This helps them diagnose and treat knee problems.



Partial Knee Replacement (Unicompartmental) *includes implants

A partial knee replacement is surgery to replace only one part of a damaged knee. It can replace either the inside (medial) part, the outside (lateral) part, or the kneecap part of the knee.


Knee Ligament Reconstruction

When ligaments are damaged, the knee joint may become unstable. Ligament damage often occurs from a sports injury. A torn ligament severely limits knee movement, resulting in the inability to pivot, turn, or twist the leg. Surgery is an option to repair a torn ligament if other medical treatment is not effective.


Total Knee Replacement

The surgeon replaces the damaged portions of the knee with plastic and metal parts. Total knee replacement: In this procedure, the knee is replaced with an artificial joint. It requires a major surgery and hospitalization.


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