Knee arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique used to treat knee conditions such as torn meniscus, torn ACL, torn articular cartilage, loose fragments of bone or cartilage, and inflamed synovial tissue.
During a knee arthroscopy procedure, your knee doctor will insert a small camera, called an arthroscope, into your knee joint. The camera gives your doctor a clear view of your knee joint, allowing your doctor to guide miniature surgical instruments through your joint, repairing the tear or damage in your knee.
To learn more about knee arthroscopy, complete the appointment box or call to schedule a consultation with a specialty trained SCOI knee doctor at (818) 901-6600.
OUR THOUSAND OAKS OFFICE HAS MOVED | Our new facility is located off Russell Ranch Road in Westlake Village. MRI and physical therapy will not be moving to Westlake until February 13, but both are still available in our old Thousand Oaks office.x