Knee Arthroscopy

  • ACL/PCL/MCL/PLC Tear: Surgical reconstruction of the torn ligament using a graft, typically using a portion of the patient’s own tendon or a donor tendon.
  • Meniscus Injury: Repair or trimming of the damaged meniscus tissue to restore knee function and reduce pain.
  • Cartilage Injury: Microfracture, autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI), or osteochondral autograft transfer (OATS) to repair damaged cartilage.

Shoulder Arthroscopy

  • Shoulder Instability: Repair of torn ligaments or labrum using arthroscopic techniques to stabilize the shoulder joint.
  • Rotator Cuff Tear: Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair involving reattachment of the torn tendon to the bone using sutures or anchors.
  • Frozen Shoulder: Arthroscopic release to break up scar tissue and adhesions, allowing for improved shoulder movement.

Knee Joint Preservation (HTO/DFO)

  • High Tibial Osteotomy (HTO): Realignment of the knee joint by cutting and repositioning the upper shinbone to shift weight off the damaged area.
  • Distal Femoral Osteotomy (DFO): Realignment of the lower end of the thighbone to redistribute pressure and correct knee misalignment.

Shoulder Replacements

  • Reverse Shoulder Replacement: Reversing the socket and ball of the shoulder joint to compensate for damaged muscles or tendons, providing stability and improved function.
  • Shoulder Hemi-Arthroplasty: Replacing only the damaged part of the shoulder joint with a prosthetic component, typically the humeral head.

Ankle and Elbow Arthroscopy

  • Ankle Arthroscopy: Treatment of conditions like ankle impingement, ligament tears, or removal of loose bodies using minimally invasive techniques.
  • Elbow Arthroscopy: Addressing conditions such as tennis elbow, osteochondritis dissecans, or removal of loose fragments within the joint.

Sports-related Injuries and Trauma

  • Rehabilitation Programs: Tailored exercise regimes and physical therapy to restore strength, flexibility, and function after an injury.
  • Surgical Interventions: Depending on the specific injury, surgeries like ligament reconstructions, tendon repairs, or fracture fixations might be necessary.
  • Preventative Measures: Educating athletes on injury prevention techniques, proper warm-ups, and training modifications to reduce the risk of future injuries.