Knee arthroscopy is a minimally invasive modern surgery used to diagnose and treat problems in the knee joint. Arthroscopy is useful in several knee problems. It has minimal risks, shorter recovery and has good outlook for most patients. Dr. Adam Farber, top knee surgeon in Phoenix, Arizona, answers most frequently asked questions about knee arthroscopy.

Osteochondritis dissecans is a condition where bone underneath the cartilage tissue gradually loses vitality and dies due to lack of vascular supply. The damaged bone and cartilage can break loose, hindering joint mobility and causing a painful condition. The disorder is common among children and adolescents who undergo high impact activities that subject their bones

Total shoulder replacement is a form of surgery which is used to limit pain in patients who have a severe cuff injury to their shoulder. The replacements will limit overall motion in the shoulder but it is a last resort solution for patients who have exercised all other available options. Total shoulder replacement is a

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